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Creech's Painting Inc. of Kinston, NC works in NC, SC, and Va.  Our staff is skilled in various methods of paint application for a variety of situations.  Please visit the photo galleries attached to each service page for a picture perfect view of our work.

For any job, we offer the following services;

  • Painting Interior/Exterior-New/Repaint Work-Brush, Roll, or Spray
  • Architectural wood staining and finishing
  • Pickling
  • Textured ceiling spraying
  • Wallpaper-Removal and rehanging
  • Pressure Washing and Water Blasting
  • High Pressure Hydro-Scrub for uniform cleaning large cement, pavement, and deck areas
  • High-Volume airless production spraying capabilities
  • HVLP Portable spray units (on the job specialty spraying cabinets, doors, machinery, ect.)
  • Sand Blasting
  • Floors-Shot Blasting-Epoxy Floor Coating Systems
  • Shop Facilities ( spray finishing-cabinets, furniture, doors, small machinery, ect.)
We do the job right the first time.  Our sprayed finish cabinets are a true compliment to any home.  We offer complete turn key services which include painting, staining, pickling, wallpapering, and spray painting.
Commercial & Industrial
From small to large, we have the equipment and experienced personnel to do the complete job.  We can properly complete the work even in harsh industrial environments.
Hydro Scrub
AMAZING RESULTS GUARANTEED!!!  Make your roof look new again.  Our system safely removes the everyday elements that accumulate on your roof without damaging it.
Pressure Washing
Remove gum and stains from your sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, ect.. Also great for cleaning mobile home exteriors as well as decks.
Epoxy Floor
An epoxy finish is very chemical, moisture and abrasion resistant and in most industrial situations, it exhibits outstanding durability.

Residential Commercial & Industrial Epoxy Foor Power Cleaning
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