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Paint Bros MA | Painting & Drywall Professionals

Paint Bros MA | Painting & Drywall Professionals Service

Paint Bros MA | Painting & Drywall Professionals

90 Pleasant Valley St
Methuen Massachusetts 01844
United States

(978) 228-1279

Business Description

Are you looking to improve the look and feel of your residential or commercial space to make it more appealing and comfortable? Look no further than Paint Bros MA, an experienced painting company with several years of experience turning clients' dull spaces into beautiful ones. We respond quickly to your calls and guide you on the right paint color option to meet your unique needs. Additionally, we use high-quality paint that offers a good look and durability without washing away easily and leaving the building looking bad. Call us today for a remarkable service.

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About Methuen

Methuen () is a 23-square-mile (60 km2) city in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 53,059 at the 2020 census. Methuen lies along the northwestern edge of Essex County, just east of Middlesex County and just south of Rockingham County, New Hampshire. The city is bordered by Haverhill to the northeast, North Andover to the southeast, Lawrence and Andover to the south, Dracut (Middlesex County) to the west, Pelham, New Hampshire (Hillsborough County) to the northwest, and Salem, New Hampshire (Rockingham County) to the north. Methuen is located 17 miles (27 km) southwest from Newburyport, 30 miles (48 km) north-northwest of Boston and 25 miles (40 km) south-southeast of Manchester, New Hampshire. == History == Methuen was first settled in 1642 and was officially incorporated in 1726. Methuen was originally part of Haverhill, Massachusetts. In 1724 Stephen Barker and others in the western part of that town petitioned the General Court to grant them permission to form a new town above Hawke's Meadow Brook. Although opposed by their fellow townsmen, the petition was approved the following year (December 8, 1725), and the General Court gave them an act of incorporation under the name of Methuen. The town was named for Sir Paul Methuen, a member of the King's Privy Council and friend of acting Provincial Governor William Dummer.

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