PAINTERS DOVE CANYON, WITH PRIDE

PAINTERS ORANGE COUNTY.
Call Us, We Will Answer.
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DOVE CANYON PAINTING

PAINTERS DOVE CANYON with OC -----. Since 1984

CREDENTIALS

We are 2nd generation owners of this family run business established in 1984. At OC ----- Painting, we hold the distinction of one of the longest in business of all Dove Canyon House Painting contractors, our license proves it, (4------ & 3----- CSLB classes #B & C33, C39, General Building, Painting, Roofing) .

OUR Dove Canyon PAINTERS SERVICES INCLUDE, Interior and Exterior Painting, Dry Wall Repair, Ceiling Repair, Dry Rot Repair, Termite Repair, Roof Repair, Patio Cover Repair and Rebuilds, (Residential only).

Dove Canyon House Painting with Pride. Exterior Painting

Our Weatherproofing Uniqueness: We are also a Roofing and General Contractor since 1980. We were trained using roofing/weatherproofing standards and techniques that far surpass today's (Long story, I won't get into it here). How that relates to painting houses is as follows: Simply put, we blend the functional aspects of our weatherproofing techniques with exterior painting. We can identify and correct problem areas that promote dry rot and termites, such as fascia board joints, exposed decorative beams, patio cover workmanship, etc...

 

CONSUMER TIP 1:

The Lower The Lic Number, The Longer In Business

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Compare ours with the other Dove Canyon painting contractors.

PAINTERS DOVE CANYON, cslb

 PAINTERS DOVE CANYON, contractors state license cert. PAINTERS DOVE CANYON, Workers Comp Cert.

Our Contractors License Number

Lic. 4------/ OC ----- Const./1984

 

PAINTERS DOVE CANYON, Interior Only


Our attention to detail is unsurpassed...

This is not the average painting craftsmanship in Aliso Viejo. OC ----- House Painting systems are engineered with the correct balance of function and esthetics as defined by us.


Here is a link to the CSLB License Classes.

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City Of Dove Canyon

"Dove Canyon, (Also Known as RSM) is an affluent city in Orange County, California. One of Orange County's youngest cities, Dove Canyon, (RSM) is a master planned community set upon rolling hills. Most neighborhoods in Dove Canyon, () are within various homeowners associations. The population was 47,853 at the 2010 census, up from 47,214 at the 2000 census. Although it is named for Dove Canyon, (RSM) Las Flores, which was in San Diego County, the city limits fall within the borders of Rancho Mission Viejo. The city seal has the brands of Rancho Mission Viejo and Dove Canyon, (RSM) and Las Flores on the border, with artwork containing Santiago Peak in the background. The tower in the foreground symbolizes the Dove Canyon, (RSM) Lake Tower. Hughes Aircraft Company's Microelectronic Systems Division moved to Dove Canyon, (RSM) in May 1988 from Irvine. In August 1992 the Hughes plant closed its facilities and moved the division to Carlsbad, California due to budget constraints in the aerospace industry. La Cañada Flintridge had the longest city name in California with 18 letters until January 1, 2000, when the title was ceded to Dove Canyon, () (20 letters) upon the latter's incorporation. Where schools, shopping centers and residential neighborhoods now stand, Native Americans once lived. On July 23, 1769, they were visited by a Spanish expedition under Captain Gaspar de Portola, who camped near the site of Tijeras Creek Golf Course in Dove Canyon, (RSM). On July 24, the expedition headed inland to avoid the many streams and swamps in the area. They found a large plateau area and camped that night on its western edge by a canyon, which the Franciscans named San Francisco Solano. This was on the eastern side of Trabuco Creek about three miles downstream from the present site of Trabuco Oaks. While camped here on July 24–25, one of the soldiers lost his trabuco, or musket, a most valuable possession to any soldier. To mark this loss, the stream was named Trabuco. The name has been associated with the mesa, the canyon, and the entire area ever since. The Spaniards founded Mission San Juan Capistrano in 1776, and ruled the region until 1821, when California became part of Mexico. The Mexican governors carved the area around the mission into three large ranchos: Rancho Trabuco, Rancho Mission Viejo, and Dove Canyon, (RSM). James L. Flood and his partner Jerome O’Neill purchased the combined ranchos in 1882. The huge estate was run as a working ranch into the 1920s. In 1940, the ranch was divided, with the Flood family taking the lower portion, in today's San Diego County, with the upper portion retained by the O'Neill family. In 1942, the Navy annexed the Flood family’s portion of the ranch for use as Camp Joseph H. Pendleton. In 1948, the O'Neill family donated 278 acres of canyon bottom land to the County of Orange for park purposes. The O'Neill family donated an additional 120 acres of parkland in 1963, the same year they founded the Mission Viejo Company and drew up plans for a master-planned community of the same name. By the 1960s, a rural cluster of homes had been present in Trabuco Canyon for decades. The area's first tract developed homes didn't arrive until late in the decade in what would become Coto de Caza, which started out as a hunting and fishing resort. The area remained fairly remote until 1986, when the first homes in the new master planned community of Dove Canyon, (RSM) were sold. The economic boom of the 1980s also fueled home construction in nearby Dove Canyon, Robinson Ranch, Wagon Wheel and a handful of smaller developments. The area became better linked to the rest of the county in 1992, when extensions of Oso, Antonio and Alicia Parkways were completed. In 1989, the people of the community of Dove Canyon, (RSM) established a Community Civic Association (CCA) for the purpose of providing a political voice for the community. The CCA, later known as the Rancho Margarita Civic Association (and still later as the Civic Council), briefly explored self-governance, but it was in 1995 that the RSM Cityhood Committee, a separate community organization, began the official drive for cityhood. Dove Canyon, (RSM) was planned to be an “Urban Village”, offering the best of two worlds: all of the elements and advantages of a small city plus the quality of life of a small village. In November 1999, area voters opted to incorporate the Dove Canyon, (RSM) Planned Community and the neighboring Robinson Ranch, Dove Canyon, Rancho Cielo, Trabuco Highlands and Walden Communities. The newly formed City of Dove Canyon, (RSM) incorporated on January 1, 2000, and became the 33rd city in the County of Orange. The City is a general law city and operates under the council-manager form of government. Dove Canyon, (RSM) is a contract city. Police services are provided through contract with the Orange County Sheriff. Fire Protection services are provided through the Orange County Fire Authority." wikipedia

 

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