Wendel Williams Painting goes back to 1940 when grandpa George Williams was just married and trying to make a living during the depression. Working at odd jobs in the small farming community of Lewiston Utah, people would call him to paint fences and barns. People from all over town would call and he would ride his bike with a ladder over his shoulder and a gallon of paint in the handle bar basket. His little business grew in to houses all over the Cache Valley. He would take his sons to work with him during the summers and after they graduated from school. Wendel is the oldest son and after he was married he moved to the Ogden area to find work to support his growing family.
Since 1957 he has worked to build a reputation of quality, honesty, hardwork, and affordable price, just as his father had taught. One of his first jobs was with Saunders Construction working on President David O. McKay's home in Huntsville, Utah. Since then we have painted thousands of new homes as well as custom repaints.
Today we still carry on the tradition of grandpa George Williams. Wendel is now retired but still works in a supportive role to maintain the quality and expertice that he has learned through all his years of service to the community. Wendel Williams Painting is now run by Lenny and Kary, 2 of his sons. Our quality of service and communication with our customers is our number one priority. We maintain a small business format to ensure that this is acheived with each and every job. All of our employees are clean cut, drug tested, no tattoos or piercings and legal.