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  • 35 reviews • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2012

    We are young and dinamic company which takes pride in taking on most unusal and challenging projects.

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    Painting

    Darek and his team did a brilliant job - all woodwork, ceilings, walls and some plastering completed to very high level - very considerate and polite and very competitive pricing - already recommended to friends
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  • 128 reviews • 95% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2017

    Hello, I’m Mark, I have been decorating 34yrs, it’s a job I still love to do and to see my customers smile when I’ve finished the work I’m doing for them makes it worth everything. My way of thinking is I will continue to move on and give my next customer the best

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    Paint walls

    Punctual, Good prep, works clean, excellent work, good value will be using again would recommend
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  • 16 reviews • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2020

    Hi all.I have been in the decorating trade for 16 years now. City and guilds levels 1&2,cscs fully licensed with public liability,CITB. I have undertaken almost everything there is in the decorating sector being large industrial site work to smaller private jobs. Customer

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    Wallpapering up the stairs

    Liam is great! Managed to squeeze the job in quickly, worked swiftly and neatly, absolutely love my new wallpapered hallway! Price amazingly competitive. He’s also super friendly, and made a fuss of my dog. I’ve recommended him to all my neighbours!
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  • Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2010

    I started about 30 years ago as a Painter and Decorator and over the years I have gained valuable training and experiance in most aspects of property maintenance including vinyl floor, laminate fitting. I am also exeperianced and vary compident in wall paper hanging and

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    Stuart fitted a brand new kitchen for us which included plumbing and tiling. We found him to be a pleasant hard working young man. He was very tidy and cleaned up after himself. He was always punctual and we were very satisfied with the quality of his work. His price was really reasonable - we'd definitely use him again and recommend him to anyone.
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  • 21 reviews • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2020

    I'm Graham from GR property services have been self employed in 2019 and in the trade for 40 years. We cover new builds extensions kitchens bathrooms and plastering to a high standard.

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    Kitchen instalation

    Graham did a fantastic job on our kitchen, which involved lots of finishing details. It also needed lots of thought and joint decision making which Graham was very happy to work with us on and use his expert knowledge. We are very happy and would certainly use him again
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    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2022

    At Decorama We provide a wide range of painting and decorating services including interior and exterior painting, industrial painting, artexing/coving, wallpapering, and tiling for walls and floors. we are members of the painting and Decorating Federation, Which Trusted

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    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2022

    Self employed painter and decorator new build houses to customer care and private work

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    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2018

    Honest and reliable . I do my absolute best to do the job properly first time every time . I do wide variety of work from bathroom fitting to gardening. This way I keep it interesting and never boring.

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    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2017

    I started in 1989 painting & decorating. I have city & guilds part 1 & 2 which I qualified for in 1991. I mainly do private residential properties and new build work.

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  • 1 review • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2017

    I have over 30 years experience in the construction industry. I like to offer an honest and reliable service and take pride in doing a good job. I undertake property maintenance and refurbishment as well as new build projects

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    Fit Intumescent Seal to Fire Door

    My experience was that Steve was a very efficient Tradesman, was quick to respond to the carpentry advert, gave a reasonable quote, turned up 10 minutes early on the day and completed work to high a standard. Could'nt have asked for more, so would definately recommend.
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  • 34 reviews • 97% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2014

    If you're looking for an honest, clean and tidy, hard working craftsman to take on your work, then myself and my team are perfect for you. We specialise in carpentry and plastering. We also offer other trade's such as Tiling and roofing, and Decorating to which we are highly

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    Plasterboard and plaster

    Lewis did an amazing job completing the work almost in one day. We have hired him to do further work on our house. Thanks Lewis
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  • 2 reviews • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2021

    Garden and Property Maintenance

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    Household Repairs

    MNW Solutions I can thoroughly recommend Mike as a professional and reliable tradesperson. He did several jobs for us and I would definitely call on him again when required.
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    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2016

    Over 5 years experience employed by a general building firm. Self employed since 2016. Specialise in improving the appearance of your property, will all work under taken from a lick of paint or minor garden tidy to a full renovation or large scale landscaping project.

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  • Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2022

    I do interior and exterior painting and decorating, no job is to big or small. Very friendly and polite.

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    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2022

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  • Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2018

    Hi my name is Kristof. I'm a reliable, hard working with passion person and will complete work to a high standard. I come from a different type of business but done a lot of work in past few years renovating, painting, decorating, tiling , fitting kitchens and bathrooms,

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  • 6 reviews • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2018

    All property and garden maintenance form mowing the lawn fencing painting and decorating and much more also a licensed waste carrier

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    Hedge trimming

    Fantastic work done, came on time and was extremely professional. Would highly recommend.
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    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2021

    I can do most trades

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  • 2 reviews • 50% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2017

    My business is H.M.S home make over service. I have been in the building trade for 20 years mostly working for company's and now for myself. From building bathroom pods for the Olympics to fitting kitchens, full renovation work with all work certificates and signed of by

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    Colin has been working for us for the last 2 years. We have a 16th century Manor House with a Coach House and Wing that we let out. Colin now works here on a regular basis. He has undertaken all manner of work around the property from complete renovation, including stonework, joinery (including making new windows), fitting kitchens, plastering, decorating, replacing slate and tiled roofs. He is an exceptionally versatile, experienced and professional tradesman who takes great pride in doing every job to a high standard. He is able to plan and cost jobs accurately and ensure that they come in on time and in budget. He can also organise and manage the work of sub-contractors. I recommend him highly.
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    Painter & Decorator working in Weston Super Mare
    Trade Member since 2019

    Painter ,handyman

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  • Best Answer
    Member since 9 Feb 2011
    Hi, a mist coat is essential when preparing fresh plaster for decoration. diy stores will sell you an expensive product specifically for this purpose, but any light colour of water based emulsion is absolutely fine, so using up spare magnolia is a good idea. i mix up the paint and water in a bucket, and apply with a large brush to minimise the splatter. i know others use rollers, which is quicker, but also messier! once the mist coat has been applied, you cando any filling required, and then get on with the emulsion of choice. i hope this has answered your question. regards, david clarke (ds clarke building services)
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  • Best Answer
    Member since 21 Nov 2012
    Oil based gloss does discolour and go yellow over time as the oil content comes to the surface causing the discolouration. in future do not use oil based paints. use water based gloss, eggshell and satin instead. these water based paints are getting better as the years go by since they were first introduced to the market. i'm going to share one of my top trade secrets...when i'm applying water based gloss, eggshell etc on to existing oil based paint, i do not want to spend hours excessively rubbing down in order to provide an excellent bond between the 2 types of paint that would not otherwise adhere well to each other. so instead i use a special water based paint that 'etches' itself onto almost any surface, so it keys itself onto the gloss!...then you paint your new water based paint system on top of the special water based etching paint. if you are doing spindles for example, you wouldn't believe how much time this saves. this is the paint: zinsser 123 plus (yep, silly name!) http://www.zinsseruk.com/product/bulls-eye-1-2-3-plus/ you can generally only buy it from decorating trade shops such as leyland and brewers, or order it online. it's not the cheapest paint on the market, but i know from experience...you get what you pay for! all the paints and products i use are the most expensive on the market but my workmanship lasts and i save huge amounts of labour time when on a job by using the tools, paints and products. follow my trade top tips and you'll too achieve results you wouldn't otherwise be able to!!! happy painting
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  • Best Answer
    Member since 20 Feb 2010
    Take this from a plumber who knows better than painters the whole point and design of a rad is to produce as much heat as possible.the factory enamel coating is designed to produce optimun heat,the more non enamel paint you put on the less performance you will get from your radiator .i always advise all of my customers to never put undercoat or gloss paint on only ever use the paints designed for the correct use.
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  • Best Answer
    Member since 27 Sep 2012
    Hi novice_40, firstly, best of luck with your project - i hope you enjoy it. newly plastered walls/ceilings always need to be suitably sealed before painting begins (otherwise the paint will sit on the surface & come off very easily). you can do this either by applying a couple of emulsion 'mist coats' (dilute an initial solution of 60:40 water to emulsion, then a second mist coat with the ratios reversed, to thicken the coverage but still watery enough to allow it to continue to sink into the plaster below). or, as tom suggests, you can buy a purpose made primer. if the plasterer has 'over polished' the walls, this latter option will be the best, as the plaster will not allow the mist coat to seep in & adhere properly. if you have a large area/several walls, then the most cost effective way for you will be the mist coats - these are industry standards and a perfectly acceptable method. ordinary white emulsion is suitable and both affordable & easily available. start misting from the lowest point on the plaster and move up & out with your roller. the mist coat dries rapidly & this bottom up method stops you getting fat splashes of paint onto the plaster. cut in around the edges with a brush. if the ceiling is also bare, then progress onto the ceiling. within the hour, your walls will be ready for the second mist coat. apply this in the same order as the first. a word of caution: even with the best intentions, mist coats can involve a bit of splashing, so make sure your flooring is protected & the sockets temporarily turned off & covered. once the 2 mist coats have fully dried you can more easily assess the plasterer's handiwork. use a spatula to fill any minor dents & give these a light sanding, once cured. anything major & get the plasterer back to resolve it. you don't want to be sanding down large areas of plaster, as this will cause a rough & spoilt finish that will need copious filling & sanding to put right. now, use a proper water-based wood primer for your bare woodwork - for the same reasons as you need to seal fresh plaster. a primer-undercoat is perfectly suitable - though you will need 2 coats: one to prime, a second to undercoat. a third coat is optional, but we'll get to that in a mo. alternatively, you can buy 2 separate paints: one a specified wood primer & the second a specified undercoat. whilst the primer should be water-based, the undercoat can be oil-based - though only if your satinwood is also oil-based. this method can improve the longevity of the finish. once your primer/first layer of primer-undercoat is dry, caulk your woodwork. next, move back to your ceiling/walls. this time begin with the ceiling (either silk or matt are suitable finishes - but silk is a more reflective surface that draws the eye & can accentuate any imperfections). get your first coat on. cut in free-hand, moving your brush from 1/2 inch away from the corner inwards towards the join as your hand steadies & finds the line. don't try to leap straight into the corner unless you've got a steady hand. whether you cut in before or after rollering is down to personal preference. i prefer beforehand as it avoids a visible 'tram line' created by dragging your brush through a rollered section. whichever you choose, ensure you keep a wet edge (ie: don't allow the paint to dry between cutting in & rollering). allow the edges to dry, then move down to the walls. get your first coat of dulux endurance on. cut in free-hand. once dried, repeat the process for your second coats. if you are prepared to wait up to a couple of days between coats (dep. on drying conditions) for the paint to fully cure, you can use (yellow) frog tape to help you achieve a clean line between surfaces. be very careful when removing it however, as this can pull the paint back off if it isn't fully cured. finally, give your woodwork a light sanding to remove any splashes of paint & nibs of rough wood fibres. ideally, apply another undercoat, to improve the coverage & durability, then (when dry) apply your satinwood top coat. again, if you're happy the walls have cured sufficiently, frog tape can give you a razor sharp line where the satinwood meets the emulsion. take care when peeling it away. there you have it! any questions, feel free to give me a holla. meantime, i hope this helps. happy painting! best, alix james decorators
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