Tyler TX Painter

Need a Tyler TX painter? We’re here to serve you! Being a paint contracting company near a thriving city certainly has its advantages. It has afforded RRR Paint Contracting many varied and unique opportunities to build our skill level with every new challenge and project!

We are proud to have performed extensive paint-related work for the Tyler Police Department, Tyler Junior College, Andrews Center, Bergfeld Park Amphitheater, Tyler City offices, Pool Park, Preschools and Daycare Centers, and much more. Our favorite work, however, is revitalizing both modern and historical homes.

We are forever indebted to Tyler Texans for their patronage and confidence in our work!


Rose Capital of America
A Texas gem located half way between Dallas and Shreveport. Tyler offers the most extensive health care and business hub in East Texas. It is also home to the Nation’s largest municipal rose garden which draws thousands of admiring visitors every year.

This Smith Country city has a population of just over 100,000 as of the year 2016. Its metropolitan region which includes Jacksonville, has a population of just under 300,000.

Some of the more notable towns and cities surrounding Tyler are:

  • Flint
  • Gresham
  • Bullard
  • Longview
  • Whitehouse
  • Lindale
  • New Chapel Hill
  • Edom
  • Brownsboro
  • Chandler
  • Jacksonville

Humble Beginnings
The town of Tyler, Texas was officially established in 1846 and named after President John Tyler. It was specifically selected to be built at the center of Smith county named after General James Smith, a soldier, plantation farmer, and politician who quite successfully served in the War of 1812.


Booming Growth
Tyler grew more rapidly than anyone predicted and was incorporated by 1850 when its population topped 4,000 residents. Farms and plantations flourished in the rich East Texas soil, making Tyler a major center of commerce in the mid 1800s and beyond. Cotton became Tyler’s chief commercial crop.

By the late 1800s, the Tyler Tap Railroad, eventually known as the Cotton Belt Route, drove the local economy to new heights.

In 1907, the town of Tyler became a city as it reached a, then booming, population of over 10,000 people residents.

Tyler relied on truck farms and fruit orchards as the driving force behind its local economy. So, in 1920, when blight decimated much of its fruit industry, Tyler relied on rose-growing to save itself. This new focus birthed the creation of the now famous Texas Rose Festival which quickly grew in infamy drawing numbers of visitors which multiplies each passing year. The Tyler Rose Garden houses a museum of this heritage.


Tyler Strikes it Rich
The early 1930s brought another stroke of good fortune to Tyler and its surrounding municipalities with the discovery of oil. Many of Tyler’s beautifully-historic homes in the Azalea Brick District were built as a result.

With oil and World War II also came the Tyler Municipal Airport, later renamed the Tyler Pounds Regional Airport in honor of 2nd Lieutenant Jack W. Pounds.

As the oil industry boomed in Tyler, its population leaped to an unprecedented growth of nearly 30,000 by 1940.

After World War II, Tyler had secured East Texas as a major commercial, agricultural, retail and manufacturing center. From this growth and economic stability emerged high-quality educational institutions, including the University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler Junior College, and Texas College and eventually bountiful hospitals and healthcare facilities.

Tyler’s rich history is held in high regard. The Smith County Historical Society, established in 1959, helps preserve its cherished heritage. It safeguards Tyler’s historical archives and relics in a museum at the restored Carnegie Library (and now History Center) across the street from the Tyler Public Library.

When the Tyler Public Library was constructed in 1980, the old Carnegie Library was renovated by the historical society and in 1984 reopened as the Carnegie History Center and Museum which the society cares for and operates to this day.

This history center preserves and protects Tyler’s historical artifacts, archives, resource materials, and items of interest which date back to the days of American Indian Tribes, most notably their remarkable three-dimensional exhibit of the Caddo Indians.

For those interested in digging deep into aspects of Tyler history, research assistance is available for a modest fee from Tyler’s Historical Society.


Charm & Arts
The Rose Capital of America still holds true to its history of charm, culture and beautiful brick-lined streets reminiscent of the days of horse-drawn carriages which abound in the city’s Azalea District. Tyler’s allure and diversity continues to thrive in its antique malls, specialty shops, symphony orchestras, art and history museums, ballet, convention center, golf courses, scenic parks and campgrounds, lakes, and so much more!

Tyler is known for its pleasantly disproportionate quantity of quality attractions for its modest size. A major annual attraction of note is the Azalea & Spring Flower Trail which boasts stunning displays of lush gardens throughout its historic brick district.

Tyler dominates manufacturing, health care and retail in East Texas. It has also been named the first certified retirement city in Texas boasting quality, affordable living with easy access to all essentials.

The Rose Capital is also home to the award-winning Caldwell Zoo, Tyler Museum of Art, Liberty Hall, Galley Main Street, and the UT Tyler Cowan Center. The Gallery Main Street serves as a foundation of the Tyler’s downtown business, arts, and culture district which includes arts exhibits, film festivals, gallery workshops, wine events, galas and much more.


Natural Beauty
Lake Palestine, Tyler State Park, and Lake Tyler as well as smaller area lakes, make fishing, outdoor adventure, and water fun a longstanding tradition in East Texas. Allured by its beauty, Lake Tyler was chosen for the location of the 2005 HGTV Dream Home contest.


Downtown Tyler Revitalized
A nonprofit organization named the Heart of Tyler formed in 1987 with the express mission of restoring downtown Tyler and revitalizing this beloved city.

The all-volunteer group birthed the city’s Main Street program. In 2008 the two organizations joined to create a master revitalization plan now referred to as “Tyler First.”

More than $150 million has since been invested to restore, invigorate, and stimulate downtown Tyler.


Thanks to the city’s revitalization efforts, Film and music festivals now fill the streets of downtown Tyler annually drawing quality independent films, top acts and musicians from all over the world.

In 2015, Tyler’s film festival received more than 90 submissions from across the globe. 24 of the films were chosen and shown at the restored historic Liberty Hall during the four-night festival, drawing thousands and earning Tyler the title of a “Texas Film Friendly Community” by the Texas Film Commission.

Other notable annual Tyler events include the Downtown Tyler Museums’ Holiday Open House when all of Tyler museums are FREE to the public, the Downtown Wine Swirl where visitors enjoy generous and delicious wine and food samplings from local restaurants, and Juneteenth, a celebration honoring the anniversary of the abolition of slavery in Texas, to name a few!


Proud to Serve Tyler, TX
We at RRR Paint Contracting are honored to have painted, preserved, and improved countless homes, businesses, and non-profit facilities throughout Tyler: historic, modern, and new!
Projects large and small have received our undivided attention and the benefits of our finely-honed painting skills!

Churches, banks, homes, city offices, businesses and more have called on RRR Paint Contracting because of the reputation we’ve built throughout East Texas!

We have pressure washed, stained, scraped, sanded, textured, painted and improved this community’s structures for decades and are proud to drive the roads of our little city able to point out the buildings we’ve beautified on nearly every other corner!

Our specialty texture work has become sought after in our region. In addition to countless hours of experience, we spend precious resources refining our skills. We’ve travelled as far as Florida for specialized Venetian Plaster training and never rest increasing our knowledge of and ever-improving on our craftsmanship!

Interiors and exteriors, whether residential, commercial, retail, nonprofit, medical, or educational have received our full range of services which span beyond painting and often includes drywall repair, sheetrock work, wallpapering, texturing, staining, minor woodwork, sealing, protective coating, acoustic ceiling texture removal, and much more!

Several of the larger hotels and medical establishments in our region have received our expert, durable, long-lasting commercial wall vinyl services. On all of our projects, quality preparation is paramount. We want our work to last beyond our customer’s expectations. Our number one source of new customers is the word-of-mouth recommendations we receive from past clients. Many of our projects are from the same customers we serve repeatedly as new projects arise for them.


Click a link below for more information about Tyler, TX:
Smith County Historical Society
Tyler, TX – Wikipedia
Things to do in Tyler Texas – Facebook
City of Tyler Texas – Facebook