Commercial Painting & Decorating
Every project is different and requires different planning and design strategies. We can easily plan, organise and manage an entire commercial painting project, leaving you free to concentrate on the rest of your business. We also take the cost out of commercial painting – by working alongside the UK’s largest paint manufacturers, we can cut your costs without cutting corners.
We offer every type of commercial painting service a business might need, internal or external, using specialist coatings, or redecorating historical properties. All of our painters are fully qualified in surface preparation, prior-to-paint repairs and the correct techniques to use in different environments. We make sure your job gets the correct paint specification so that the finished result will look perfect every time.
General Building Services
We always provide tradesmen with full IPAF licences to operate any motorised working platforms and all of our operatives hold CSCS Health and Safety cards. We also provide full Risk Assessments and Method Statements prior to undertaking any work so that you can be confident in us as a company.
Out of Hours Service
We’ll do whatever it takes to guarantee we get the job done with minimal or no disruption. Our flexibility enables us to work through the night, or the weekend, to ensure your workplace is cleaned immaculately and ready for opening hours.
GlossGloss creates a high sheen finish that lasts. It is more durable than other paint finishes and for this reason it’s the most popular choice for high wear areas like doors, where gloss wood paints are the natural choice. Gloss paint is also commonly used in kitchens and bathrooms where surfaces need to be able to withstand more wear and tear. If you are looking for an exterior paint, gloss should be your first choice because of its durability.
SatinwoodA mid-sheen finish is best achieved with satinwood paint, which is used for interior painting for durability. When it comes to painting windowsills and skirting boards, satinwood is becoming an increasingly popular choice because it tends to retain a bright white colour longer than gloss paints, though water-based glosses now perform well in this area. You can more often than not skip the undercoat by using satin gloss too.
EggshellMore matte than gloss or satinwood, subtler eggshell paint is another top choice for interiors. If you want to create a shabby chic or period-style finish, eggshell may be your best paint partner. It’s great on plasterboard, which makes it very compatible with modern homes and it can be used on wood and metal too. It’s also a good base for layering paint effects.