TRABUCO CANYON PAINTERS
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 Trabuco Canyon PAINTERS contractors, our license proves it, (4------ & 3----- CSLB classes #B & C33, C39, General Building, Painting, Roofing) .
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
Check Our Lic. 4------
Our Contractors License Number
Lic. 4------/ OC ----- Const./1984
Our attention to detail is unsurpassed...
This is not the average painting craftsmanship in Aliso Viejo. OC ----- PAINTERS systems are engineered with the correct balance of function and esthetics as defined by us.
Here is a link to the CSLB License Classes.
"Trabuco Canyon is a small unincorporated community located in the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains in eastern Orange County, California, and lies partly within the Cleveland National Forest. Trabuco Canyon is north of the town of Rancho Santa Margarita. Plano Trabuco Road leads from the top of the canyon south to Rancho Santa Margarita. History Trabuco is Spanish for blunderbuss, a type of shotgun. Some credit a Franciscan friar traveling with the Gaspar de Portolà Expedition in 1769 with the story that a blunderbuss was lost in the canyon, after which the area was named. John (Don Juan) Forster received a Mexican land grant in 1846 and established Rancho Trabuco. The grant was bordered by Rancho Cañada de los Alisos on the west, and by Rancho Mission Viejo on the east. Trabuco Canyon was the site of attempts to mine tin in the early 1900s. Mining remains from this activity include: tunnels into the sides of the canyon (closed for public safety); the stone foundation of an ore-processing stamp mill; and several dams on the creek. On October 21, 2007, a large wildfire started in Silverado Canyon and spread to Trabuco Canyon. The Canyon was evacuated by the Fire Department. 92678 "
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