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Know who is in your home. Who is Gregory, Dill & Company (GD&C)?
Steve Gregory and Chris Dill founded GD&C as high school classmates. They chose to work for friends and relatives to pay for their college educations and build a business. Post-graduation they now have more than a 30 year partnership. Steve Gregory was born and raised in Seattle and has lived in Edmonds for 30 years. Chris Dill was born in Bellevue and raised in Clyde Hill. He has lived in the Duvall area for more than 25 years. They provide quality painting and remodeling services for the Greater Seattle and Eastside areas in King and Snohomish Counties.
We deal fairly and honestly with all our clients. We always act as respectful guests on our client’s premises. We do the same high quality work for our clients that we would do in our own homes. We provide an excellent job – done professionally.
How long has GD&C been in business and are we licensed?
Gregory, Dill & company has more than 30 years of experience as a licensed business in the state of Washington. GD&C became a licensed specialty contractor in 1983 specializing in residential and commercial painting. In 1991 GD&C upgraded to a general contractor license and continues to grow into a wide variety of projects. Our scope of work includes color consultation, interior and exterior painting, decorative painting, and full service residential construction which include additions, remodels and repair services. General Contractor License #GREGODC099LS and Washington UBI #601-308-577
Is our company bonded and insured?
We are bonded and fully insured up to $2,000,000 liability and maintain workers compensation insurance.You can verify contractor’s licenses, insurance and bonds at the following website. http://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/Contractors/HireCon/Verify/
What kinds of screening do we use when we hire?
GD&C looks for quality of character in their rigorous employment screening. We expect every employee to uphold our values of conduct, standards of craftsmanship and most importantly uphold our mission statement. GD&C uses Homeland Security’s E-Verify system and is a member of Drug Free Business since 2007. We require background checks and drug testing on every new hired employee. GD&C builds an environment that promotes long term relationships with our employees. They are valuable partners in our mission.
Who are our affiliates?
GD&C has been a member of Painting and Decorating Contractors of America (PDCA) since 1998, Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) since 2010, Drug Free Business since 1998. GD&C are participants of the Duvall and Edmonds Chambers of Commerce. We are also certified by the Environmental Protection Agency as a Certified Lead Safe Renovator.
We provide references.
GD&C’s website provides testimonials from a wide variety of clientele as well as a vast portfolio with many pictures. On every paint project photo, you will find clean cut lines, and beautiful finishes. Our carpentry photos display precision craftsmanship completed with excellence. It is the GD&C way. Sometimes a picture speaks more than words but if you desire to speak to somebody in person, GD&C would be happy to provide you with references.
Have we received any recognition?
GD&C was featured in a panel of home improvement experts in the April 2002 issue of the Seattle Magazine. The summer issue of House B in 2001 featured a house that was painted by our paint professionals.
What types of materials do we use?
GD&C always uses appropriate products for each job. For our professional paint projects we prefer quality paint from name brand stores like Benjamin Moore, Sherwin Williams, Daly’s, and Miller Paint Co. For our construction projects we use reputable suppliers that provide quality materials. GD&C believes that the correct choice of materials adds to the life of the project. We put quality labor into our jobs and by using the appropriate materials you can expect the best value.
Are we involved in our community?
GD&C believes in paying it forward. We seek ways to be involved in our community. Steve Gregory served on the board of directors for 3 years with the Washington State Painting and Decorating Contractors of America and 6 years with the Construction Industry Training Council. Steve actively serves the Edmonds community working with the Alderwood Terrace Rotary Club. Chris Dill served on the board for of Northwest Art Center in Duvall for two years. GD&C contributes to fund-raising auctions and loves to sponsor community events. GD&C are proud members of the .