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ACP Painting, Inc., has recently joined the Chandler, Arizona Chamber of Commerce. Russ and Rob Byers, owners of ACP, already belonged to the Maricopa Chamber and wanted to expand their community outreach. As they both stated,

“As a team at ACP, we have decided to join the Chandler Chamber of Commerce to promote our reliability as the go-to painters and continue to market our brand as an industry leader in painting. We are very excited to be a part of this community and look forward to growing together!”

ACP Painting strives to support the local business community through membership in the Chambers. They are active participants in Chamber events. Russ and Rob and their crew understand that it “takes a village” to encourage and help local businesses succeed.

About ACP Painting

ACP Painting

ACP Painting, LLC was founded in 2005 in Maricopa, Arizona by Rob and Russ Byers, brothers who are both U.S. Army veterans. They both have a passion for painting and have expanded in the Southern Phoenix metro area. They have served thousands of satisfied commercial and residential customers in Tempe, Ahwatukee, Chandler, Gilbert, and other surrounding cities.

The skilled tradesmen at ACP deliver the best quality results with honesty and integrity. They practice an uncompromised work ethic in all matters of business. Offering a fair price, on-time completion, and a professional attitude, they treat everyone with the respect that they deserve.

ACP Painting offers a full range of painting services, including:

  • Commercial interior and exterior painting
  • Interior and exterior house painting
  • HOA painting
  • Cabinet painting
  • Metal painting
  • Stucco and drywall repairs and painting

ACP Painting provides free, no-obligation estimates for any project.

About Chandler Chamber of Commerce


The Chandler Chamber of Commerce was founded in April of 1912, just before the City of Chandler was incorporated. In the absence of a city government (before incorporation), the Chandler Chamber of Commerce operated like a quasi-government entity, helping the community get roads, flood control, cotton pickers, fire protection, a better lit downtown, and other improvements. It also advocated for businesses, promoted and hosted discussions on incorporation, and got involved in regional issues including flood control, better streets, and tourism promotion.


To support business and community by providing vital programs and services that attract and retain business while embracing our diversity.