Listen to JC Licht’s Owner and Chairman Elliot Greenberg speak on 95.9 The River, about the Company’s involvement in the local community and the products and services it provides the entire Chicagoland area.
Ready Seal® is an oil-based, semi-transparent stain and sealer in one. This biodegradable product has a unique blend of resin, pigment, oil and algaecide that penetrates deeply into wood providing beauty and superior protection from the elements.
Nerto’s Painting was established in 2009 by Javier Hernandez. Javier has spent almost 20 years perfecting his passion for painting, and expanded his business to cover a full spectrum of services including tile installation, carpentry, wood staining, refinishing and wallpaper.
C Licht, a near-legendary brand in Chicago’s retail paint industry, has been acquired from Benjamin Moore by private investors with extensive industry experience who will pursue an expansion of Licht’s retail business.
J.C. Licht prides itself in offering customers the best products in the industry. Since adding Festool’s industry best sanders and dust extractors to its product lineup, the Company has sent over 40 sales associates and managers to Festool’s headquarters outside Indianapolis, IN for intensive hands-on training.
DiVinci Painters was established by Jim Berardi and Mike Foley over thirty years ago on a simple premise — Deliver exceptional service and superior craftsmanship to their residential and commercial customers.
Precision Painting & Decorating Corporation was established in January of 2003 by Aaron Moore and Sean Buruato. Sean’s 13 years of experience in the painting industry combined with Aaron’s B.S. in Business and 5 years of industry experience, ensure both quality work and professional service.
Challenger® is a biodegradable alternative to hazardous solvent-based cleaners that can stand up to any residential or commercial cleaning task. Challenger is available in convenient spray bottles, as well as cost effective concentrated containers that can be diluted to the appropriate strength.
If you’re experiencing wetness on interior masonry walls, it’s important to determine what’s causing it. Check for leaky gutters and downspouts, blocked drainage pipes, improper grading or ruts that direct water towards your foundation.