Palette Pro Painting and Renovation of White Plains, NY was recognized with a 2016 PDCA Picture it Painted Professionally (PIPP) Industry Award from the Painting and Decorating Contractors of America (PDCA). The award was presented during the 2016 Painting & Decorating EXPO, March 9-11 in New Orleans, LA. The annual awards program is hosted by PDCA and recognizes the best performances in the coatings application industry by individuals and contracting company members of PDCA.
PIPP Awards are presented for overall project excellence and superior craftsmanship. Awards were distributed in the following categories: Commercial Decorative, Commercial Interior, Commercial Restoration Exterior, Commercial Restoration Interior, Industrial Exterior, Industrial Interior, Residential Decorative, Residential Interior, and Community Improvement Awards.
Palette Pro Painting and Renovation won the award for the Community Improvement category. Details on their project are stated below:
During the month of October in 2015, Palette Pro Painting and Renovation selected a family as the inaugural recipient of the first Painting Hope Project. As part of the project, Palette Pro Painting and Renovation donated its service to completely repaint a total of eight rooms in a tight, two-day time period.
Thanks in part to the assistance of a local paint supplier, Palette Pro received paint and supplies at no cost, including 25 gallons of ceiling and wall paint, as well as supplies to repaint the kitchen cabinets. To reduce the burden on the family, Palette Pro even booked a hotel room so the family could enjoy time together and not be disrupted.
PDCA Standards P7 and P14 were used throughout the project to help set expectations for the everyone involved. Due to Palette Pro’s diligence, the entire project was completed without issue.
The recipient of this showing of support had this to say about their experience, “We are so truly blessed and grateful to have received such a generous gift from your company. What you have done for my family is take away some of the grief. We can look around our home and know that we are thought of, we are cared about.”