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A ROYAL PAINT


Matthew Limbaugh loves what he does. Te owner of A Royal Paint began his painting


contractor business four years ago and says since then his life has been like a vacation. Te Aurora native who moved to Yorkville two years ago says he got hooked on painting while he was still in school. “I was painting a house with a friend for side cash,” Matt


remembers. “It was a Tudor-style house in Geneva. And the owner came home and he kept telling me thank you for making him proud of his house again. I felt like I gave him a gift.”


Matt says that he hires fellow painters who, like him,


love what they do, who are good, clean and friendly, and who love making the customers smile. Inside and outside painting - that’s A Royal Paint’s


“meat and potatoes.” “But what we excel at is cabinets and staircases and other tricky jobs,” Matt says. “Many people don’t know how to stain a staircase, but I can do it. We’ve refinished fireplaces. Some of what we’ve done has been on Home and Garden television - House Hunters. We do minor drywall repair, minor wood repair, but if anything is out of my scope we hire handymen to help.” He says painting is a messy job, but


they have the tools to get it done correctly and quickly. People who have a kid with asthma won’t have to evacuate. A Royal Paint’s vacuum picks up the dust, he says. A customer can go to work and come home to a newly painted bedroom. “ Customers tell me, the guys you sent


Matthew Limbaugh Photos courtesy of A Royal Paint


out were great!”


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