About Us

our story

Established in 1921

Schlitt Brothers Painting was started by John Schlitt, Jr. and his brother, Leo Schlitt in 1921 in Vero Beach, Florida.

They worked together for forty years until they finally decided to retire their brushes in 1962. John’s oldest son, Frank took over the business in 1946 after returning from fighting in Europe during world War II. John Schlitt Sr. and Leo Schlitt continued to work as the original Schlitt Brothers building a stellar reputation throughout Vero Beach.

Frank decided to carry on the family business making a name for himself in the painting market. While doing so he ended up painting almost every house or condominium in town.

In 1981, Schlitt Brothers Painting became incorporated, changing the name to Schlitt Brothers, Inc. At that time, all four of Frank’s sons, Tommy, Richard, Jimmy, Frankie, son-in-law Dave Prossick and two nephews all worked with Frank. This was truly a family business all the way!

In 1990 Richard, Frank’s second, and obviously favorite son became the President of Schlitt Brothers, Inc. Frank began to take some time off each year and began to think about his retirement. In 1998 Paul Schlitt, Richard’s third son, began working for Schlitt Brothers every summer and weekends throughout the school year. In 2009 he graduated from college and returned home to become Vice President of Schlitt Brothers. His hope was to one day take over the family business and carry on the impeccable reputation that has been growing since 1921. This last year marks a new era as Paul Schlitt, the fourth generation of Schlitt Brothers, became the president.

Although the name and president may have changed, the basic idea of being a company which was founded on service has not. We believe we offer the best painting service in Indian River County and we guarantee customer satisfaction every time. Even though our company’s name is strong, we also believe in backing up our work with warranties to make our customers even more comfortable with us. We have many customers who only paint every 10 years, we may not get to see them very often, but they do come in handy when we need a good reference.

Quality first

Choosing a painting contractor.

What to look for when selecting a painting contractor:

  • Drug free work place
  • Office and competent staff open every day while men are working
  • Local company
  • Capable of being bonded
  • Insured with Workmen’s Compensation, Unemployment and General Liability
  • Fully Licensed
  • Giving back to the community
  • Guaranteed customer satisfaction
  • In depth knowledge of the painting market
  • Years established

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