Preparation

All surfaces to be receive a thorough preparation prior to paint application to achieve good adhesion and  a professional finish. Preparation and attention to detail are the key to a high quality, lasting finish.

Telford: 07722 263416

Dust less sanding

Where possible any sanding preparation will be done with a dust extraction system that will reduce air born dust significantly so your home is not left covered in dust and for anyone with breathing difficulties this method can be ideal for use in your home. A clean working environment is not only beneficial to me but also to you and your home when painting & decorating..

Wallpapering

From a feature wallpaper on a single wall to a full room of wallpaper i have experience in both the application and removal. We recommend using good quality wallpapers such as:


Harlequin

Laura Ashley

Sanderson



Interior Painting

From Painting and Decorating walls, ceilings to painting doors, frames and skirting i have experience in achieving a professional finish for our customers. As I work alone I provide a one to one personal local service from start to finish. I can provide paint, materials, advice and colour cards to help select your preferred colours. I recommend using good quality premium paints that provides greater depth of colour, has a longer lifespan and more durability such as:


Farrow & Ball,

The Little Greene Paint company
Benjamin Moore



I  commonly use trade paints that have more pigments (the coloured dyes) in them and better opacity, meaning that the retail DIY paint will take 3 to 4 coats whereas the trade version usually takes two to achieve the desired result. Trade paints will also provide a longer lasting finish compared to the watered down retail versions often found in places like B & Q etc which are solely aimed at the DIY market. Some popular trade brands we use are:


Johnstones Trade

Leyland Trade

Dulux Trade


 Since 2010, when changes to the amount of VOC’s (volatile organic compounds) contained in solvent based paints were introduced, there have been issues with oil based paints yellowing quickly, particularly in areas that do not get much natural light. I tend therefore to recommend water-based paint finishes for woodwork and trim. Besides being more eco-friendly and virtually odourless they also retain their colour longer and are quick drying.