Local painting business changes name, celebrates grand opening

Five Star Painting of Federal Way, a local painting services company, owned by Terry and Jeanette Koubele, hosted its grand opening recently. This event celebrates the business’s change of name from ProTect Painters of Federal Way. The Koubeles have operated the business for almost four years.

“We are thrilled to embrace the Five Star Painting systems and believe it will enable us to continue providing world-class service to our customers,” Jeanette Koubele said.

Five Star Painting of Federal Way seeks to provide reliable and professional service to the local communities.

“The customer’s needs have always been important to us, and we are here to give Federal Way and the surrounding area the best quality service possible,” Terry Koubele said.

Five Star Painting has more than 150 independently owned and operated franchise locations throughout North America. For more information about Five Star Painting of Federal Way, call 253-231-7890, or visit www.fivestarpainting.com/federal-way.

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