Every home in Stow, MA has its own character, and at JK Painting Service Corp, we honor that uniqueness through our personalized wallpaper removal services. Our team approaches each project with a keen eye for detail, ensuring that we understand your vision and style preferences. We handle everything from delicate vintage wallpapers to modern adhesives with the care and expertise they require, ensuring a flawless removal process. Our goal is to leave your walls pristine and ready for their next design chapter, be it a fresh coat of paint or new wallpaper.
In addition to our meticulous removal techniques, we also focus on providing a hassle-free experience for our customers in Middlesex County. We work efficiently and cleanly, minimizing disruption to your daily life and ensuring that your space is left tidy and ready for its next transformation. With JK Painting Service Corp, you can be assured of a service that is as respectful of your home as it is of your time. Give us a call today at 781-775-6651 to learn more about the wallpaper removal process!
At JK Painting Service Corp, we employ state-of-the-art techniques to ensure the perfect removal of wallpapers in Stow, MA. Our team is equipped with the latest tools and trained in advanced methods to handle even the most challenging wallpaper removal projects. We understand the different types of adhesives and materials used in wallpapers and have tailored strategies to deal with each, ensuring a damage-free removal and preparation of your walls for the next step.
Our commitment to using the best techniques also means we are constantly updating our methods to stay at the forefront of wallpaper removal technology. This dedication to excellence has made us a trusted name in Middlesex County for all wallpaper removal needs. Choose JK Painting Service Corp for a service that combines traditional care with modern efficiency, guaranteeing results that not only meet but exceed your expectations.
At JK Painting Service Corp, our top priority is the satisfaction of our clients in Stow, MA. We understand that wallpaper removal is more than just a physical task; it’s part of transforming your living space. Therefore, we take great care to ensure that our services align with your expectations and needs. Our team engages with you throughout the process, keeping you informed and involved, ensuring that the final outcome reflects your vision.
Our reputation in Middlesex County has been built on trust and reliability. We believe in transparency and honesty in our dealings, which means no hidden costs and no surprises. Our clients trust us to deliver on our promises, and we take this responsibility seriously. We’re not just removing wallpaper; we’re building relationships based on trust and satisfaction. Let JK Painting Service Corp be your partner in creating the home environment you’ve always wanted. Contact us today at 781-775-6651 to learn more!
Previous to its incorporation in 1683, Stow was called Pompositticut Plantation. Stow was officially incorporated in 1683. The earliest Colonial settlers, c., were Matthew Boon and John Kettell, who settled the land of Tantamous (Jethro), a Native American, whose land was called “Pompocitticut.” Boon settled by a pond (later bearing his name: Lake Boon) with a vast tract of land surrounding him. It is said that he traded all this for a single jackknife. A monument bearing his name is located on the plot of land where he formerly resided. John Kettell took up residence in a portion of land in the southwestern corner of Stow where another monument marks the alleged site of his farm. Both families were affected by King Philip’s War, an attempt by Native Americans to drive out colonists. Boon and Kettell were killed. Their families had been moved to other locations, and survived. The area that was to become Stow was not resettled by colonists for several years.
The original development of Stow-a mile east of the current center, became known as Lower Village after a meeting hall, and later, churches, were built to the west. The old cemetery on Route 117/62 is officially Lower Village Cemetery. On October 28, 1774, Henry Gardner, a Stow resident, was elected Receiver-General of the Massachusetts Provincial Congress, the government of Massachusetts during the American Revolution. After the war, Gardner served as state treasurer. Gardner’s grandson, also Henry Gardner, was the governor of Massachusetts from 1855 to 1857.
As with many colonial era Massachusetts towns, Stow started with a large area and gave up land as newer, smaller towns were created. Stow ceded land to Harvard (1732), Shirley (1765), Boxborough (1783), Hudson (1866) and Maynard (1871). Stow lost 1300 acres (5.3 km2) and close to half its population to the creation of Maynard. Prior to that, what became Maynard was known as “Assabet Village” but was legally still part of the towns of Stow and Sudbury. There were some exploratory town-founding efforts in 1870, followed by a petition to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, filed January 26, 1871. Both parent towns opposed this effort, but state approval was granted April 19, 1871. The population of the newly formed town-at 1,820-was larger than either of its parent towns. In return, the new town paid Sudbury and Stow about $23,600 and $8,000 respectively. Sudbury received more money because it owned shares in the railroad, the wool and paper mills were in Sudbury, and more land came from Sudbury.Learn more about Stow.