Thorough preparation work to the walls and woodwork before applying paint brought impressive results once this job was completed. The walls were finished in the popular Polished Pebble vinyl matt emulsion giving this traditional hallway, staircase and landing a practical but longstanding appeal.
Thorough preparation work to render was undertaken, including scraping back loose and flaky paintwork where necessary and applying stabilising solution to the substrate. Gutters were unblocked, repaired and bitumen applied for instant protection/waterproofing.
The Dulux Weathershield system was used to give longer lasting protection for the exterior woodwork open to the elements, as well as three coats of Weathershield Smooth masonry for it’s unique high performance resin which resists flaking and peeling.
A major refurbishment undertaken at the Old Horns Inn Pub at High Bradfield. It is well known as it is situated next to St Nicholas Church, which attracts tourist from all over the world from the U.S. to Japan to visit the Church as it is over 900 years old.
The work undertaken at the Old Horns Inn included a full redecoration of the Bar, Carvery and Lounge areas with additional refurbishment taking place in the upstairs function room. The pub was refreshed with neutral colours and some contemporary styling to brighten the venues interiors and provide a warm and inviting place to eat and drink.
Highlighting the beauty of Dulux Weathershield textured masonry paint, this bare render had four coats of Jasmine White to brighten up this beautiful home. To provide a perfect finish, the windows were adorned with Sadolin Extra Durable Woodstain to enhance it’s original Ebony finish and complement the refreshed masonry paintwork.
Staircase and kitchen transformation using Johnstones Acrylic Durable Matt throughout. A premium quality emulsion formulated for interior use on walls and ceilings. This perfectly complements the outstanding new satinwood finish for the spindles, architraves, and skirting boards. A neutral polished pebble was used throughout, with an additional waterlily blush feature wall in the dining area.
The old wallpaper was stripped from the walls, then filled and cross lined before hanging a modern Laura Ashley wallpaper. Additional paintwork took place to give a fresh new look to woodwork after thorough preparation. Two undercoats were applied to the woodwork with a nice solid gloss finish throughout. The handrail was finished in walnut to give a complimentary contrast to the balustrades on the staircase handrail.
A complete paintwork refurbishment for Our Lady of Lourdes Church at Hackenthorpe, using a selection of trade paints to revitalise the interior areas of the building.