Why Relationships Matter More than the Brush or the Ladder

Freeland Painting values the relationships we build both with our customers and our community. We want to share our business philosophy and why we’re grateful to be a small business operating in the United States of America—the land of the free and home of Freeland Painting. We’re grateful for the strong relationships we’ve built with our customers and the Greater Atlanta community.

Our Mission

At Freeland Painting our mission is to perform high-quality painting of residential, multifamily, and commercial properties, both interior and exterior. We also offer custom roofing, siding, and gutter systems, plus light carpentry work, that improve the curb appeal and efficiency of a commercial building or residence.

By narrowing our focus to these distinct services we are able to offer extremely high-quality, competent service within a focused specialty. This is one of the keys to our high level of customer satisfaction.

Community Focus

In addition to providing these services, our ultimate goal is to lead Freeland Painting into an organization that helps strengthen our entire community. We do this by doing exactly what we say we will do, and when we will do it – which builds trust with customers. We have a strong focus on our employees, and maintain the family atmosphere of our business. Our Freeland Family includes Doug Ireland, the founder and CEO, along with his wife, Keri, and kids who often ride along with Doug to check up on the progress of job sites when school is out. In fact, Doug and Keri’s two youngest children—twins—celebrate their birthdays on July 4!

We also celebrate other milestones with employees, such as getting married or welcoming a new child into their family. Freeland Painting helps put food on the table for our employees and keep the Atlanta area’s economic prosperity going. We respect and appreciate employees’ contribution and commitment to our ongoing success. This underscores our company philosophy: Relationships matter more than the brush or the ladder.

Giving Back

We maintain a strong focus on charitable giving. We are involved with organizations that improve our community, including: Right to Hike, Kingdom Kids, Turn Around Coaching, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Boy Scouts of America, Amigos for Christ, North Gwinnett Arts Association, North Gwinnett Schools Foundation, and the Gwinnett Medical Center Foundation.

Our customers can feel good about their decision to choose Freeland Painting because we are both beautifying their residential or business establishment with a fresh new coat of paint and also contributing to the betterment of our overall community through our charitable giving and involvement.

We’re proud to be a contributing member of the Greater Atlanta business community.

Call for a Free Estimate

And as always, if we can serve you by providing your home, business, or multi-family residence with a fresh new coat of paint, a new roof, gutters, or siding – call us today at 678.679.3126 to schedule a free estimate.

We look forward to building a solid relationship with you that we hope will last for years to come! 

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