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Nick Lockwood

Nick is the owner and operations manager at DBK Painting. He has been a professional painter for over 10 years and bought DBK Painting in 2020 after being a longtime employee of the company. Nick has an eye for color and a steady hand. His love of the trade is visible in the work he performs with his team.

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Recent Articles #1

Email Testimonials 2005

Filed in Customer Testimonials by on March 19, 2009 0 Comments • views: 2959

12/15/2005 Hi Mike, just a short note to let you know how happy I am with the bathroom!  It looks great!  I love that finish and the whole room looks bigger.  Thanks for leaving your cards as I will highly recommend you to others!  Thanks, again, Jan   3/02/2005 Mike, You are so sweet to […]


Recent Articles #2

DBK’s First Post

Filed in News by on March 17, 2009 0 Comments • views: 2850

Let’s get this blog going!  Hopefully I will catch on quickly and there will be useful information for all to read.


Testimonials views: 5366

Should I Paint or Replace my Kitchen Cabinets? views: 11354

Painting your existing cabinets can be a great way to update your kitchen and it can be done for a fraction of the cost to purchase and install new kitchen cabinets. The many steps we follow when painting kitchen cabinets professionally and properly are as follows; the whole process takes time, patience and attention to […]

How and with what product do you stain a deck? views: 10498

This seems like a simple question and some might make a fast recommendation of a particular brand of stain, however… Decks are a very tricky item to finish properly.  There are so many variables that have to be considered prior to applying any kind of stain.  If we were planning to stain your deck, we […]

IPE Deck Refinish views: 14974

This IPE deck was originally built in October of 2015 and was completely grayed out in the spring of 2016. The homeowners loved the original natural color of the IPE  and wanted it back so they could enjoy the rich colors of the wood. They had researched the material prior to building the deck and understood what kind of […]