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Interior & Exterior House Painting Services in Burr Ridge, IL

Painting Services Provided Throughout Burr Ridge, IL And The Surrounding Areas

LIME Painting® of Naperville is a residential and commercial painting company that specializes in the industry’s best products and procedures to ensure: quality prep, quality products, custom results, and lasting impressions. LIME’s team, which consists of Home Advisors and some of Illinois’s best craftsmen, support that effort. LIME services interior and exterior painting for residential and commercial properties in Burr Ridge, IL.

LIME’s expectation for customer excellence has made LIME Burr Ridge, IL’s most trusted and highly recommended painting company. Working with LIME Painting® of Naperville is easy, enjoyable, and refreshing!

Facts about Burr Ridge, IL 

Burr Ridge is home to just under 11,000 people. Currently, the median household income for the city is $151,900. Men in Burr Ridge currently earn an average income of $57,880. That figure is roughly 1.34 times the amount earned by females living in Burr Ridge. This leaves the community with an income inequality rating of 0.479 according to the Gini Index. That rating is higher than the current national average. 

Burr Ridge’s sales tax is at 8.0% versus the current national average of 6.2%. The income tax rate for Burr Ridge is 5.0%, higher than the national average of 4.6%.

Unemployment figures in Burr Ridge are currently at 5.4%. This compares favorably with the current national unemployment rate of 6.0%.

Just under 5,000 residents of Burr Ridge are employed. The industries offering the greatest number of jobs include Health Care & Social Assistance, Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services, and Finance & Insurance. Job hunters looking for the highest paying jobs will find them in the Finance & Insurance, Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services, and Health Care & Social Assistance fields.

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