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  • 18 reviews • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2020

    I undertake Odd Jobs, small repair, Painting et decorations. Attention to details, and good services is my priority.

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    Dining room top to bottom, possibly other room too!!

    Absolutely brilliant service & professionalism throughout. Arrived nice & early each day, worked very hard & did a great job. Lovely bloke, very reliable & highly recommended. Cheers!!!
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  • 4 reviews • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2018

    Property maintenance all aspects from plumbing ,plastering ,kitchens,bathrooms decorating .

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    Plaster ceilings, paint and decorate 2 rooms

    We are extremely pleased with the work Garry carried out in the two rooms he plastered and decorated for us.Garry works in a very methodical and tidy way, always arriving on time and getting on with the job. He has a high attention to detail. Also a very pleasant person to have working in your home. We will certainly be asking him to do other work in our house.
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  • 2 reviews • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2020

    I'm self employed painter and decorator, been decorating since 1983, city & guilds trained. I've been self employed since 1995, I'm able to take on new builds, restoration work as well as private homes taking on work from a whole house to just a room.

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    5 rooms need painting

    Very impressed with the work, excellent attention to detail. Ian very helpful with suggestions and making sure everything done as we wished. Definitely will use Ian again in the future and would highly recommend.
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  • 13 reviews • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2020

    We are an experienced team of professional Decorators,plasterers & Tilers with a wide range of skills to offer. We offer domestic and commercial decorating,plastering & tiling as well as all aspects of property maintenance. We are polite, clean and tidy and knowledgeable

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    Paint whole house (inside)

    easy process to find decorator
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  • 2 reviews • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2018

    My name is Martin, I have been trading independently as a painter for the last 6 years after spending a decade working for a variety of other firms, gaining experience in listed buildings, residential and commercial environments. Customer satisfaction is my main objective

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    Entire inside house wall paint fix settling cracks

    Martin has given us exactly what we wanted. He was diligent and did a great job. I would recommend him to family and friends in the future.
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  • 1 review • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2021

    Taylor Reay are specialists in complete refurbishments, renovations and bespoke building solutions. Our Painting and Decorating services are one of our most sought after services in the South West. With extensive experienced in project management, we working tirelessly to

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    We contracted Taylor Reay to complete renovation works to our office premises. Their service from initial quotation through to the finishing and workmanship was some of the highest quality we have encountered. I would not hesitate to highly recommend their painting and decorating services.
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  • 4 reviews • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2020

    Jay D Renovations are a family business founded 15 years ago. We have a great reputation in Yeovil & surrounding areas for great workmanship. We are a team of 5 with 3 decorators, a carpenter & a plasterer. Which means we can complete a high majority of renovation jobs

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    Large ongoing contract opportunity - Quotes needed

    These guys are brilliant - literally nothing too much hassle, we have really tested them (and their patience). The work has been to a high standard, they are tidy, efficent, realiable and a gave us a competitive price. Would highly recommend
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  • 9 reviews • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2019

    ODD JOB SOLUTIONS: HOME IMPROVEMENTS Reliable. Trustworthy. Efficient. Odd Job Solutions will do any home improvement work you need, from painting to gardening and everything in between! It can be tough to get great service for all those odd errands around the house you

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    Small garden needs some love

    Excellent! thorough, professional and incredibly helpful. Nothing was to much trouble or too small. Would highly recommend! Couldn’t be happier. 😊
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  • Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2021

    My business is doing most of the general maintenance around the house

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  • 4 reviews • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2019

    All aspects of wall and floor tiling. I Have worked for an established building company for several years now carrying out high end tiling. E.g kitchen floor tiling and kitchen splashbacks. Full bathroom floor to ceiling tiling.

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    Conservatory floor

    Very helpful and polite. Did the work well and in the time he said. Fair price
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    Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2020

    Painting and decorating business, indoor and out

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  • Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2021

    hello my name is Damian I work as a self employed and I deal with general construction works, I always try to do my best so that the client is satisfied and can return to him

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  • Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2018

    My name is Dennis Evans. I have been in the building industry for over thirty years and am very experienced in most aspects of the trades. I offer a very reliable and punctual service and always give my complete attention to any project I am involved in. I only carry out

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  • 3 reviews • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2021

    Hi. My name is Victor. I’m a painter and decorator, plastering, plasterboard, tilling, flooring etc… Delivering High standard quality labour for all my jobs with happy customer and highly recommended.

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    Bungalow 4 rooms inside strip and paint.1 exterior wall

    Victor and his team did a fantastic job. Professional, punctual and tidy. Pricing was as per the quote and nothing was too much trouble .. Really nice guy !
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    Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2019

    Painter and decorator. 12 years experience, cscs card, interior, exterior and wallpapering work undertaken, have all my own equipment and ppe. Looking for work 30 mile radius of Yeovil, Somerset.

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  • Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2021

    Good reliable service with over 33 years experience.

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  • Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2018

    I've worked for Jones building group doing all types of painting and decorating 8 years and have been doing high standards of painting and decorating with lots of new work

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  • Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2021

    I have been a decorator since I was 12 years old taught by my family and have decorated all types of homes to victorian houses in London for royalty, this includes wallpapering.

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    Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2017

    I'm a painter and decorator my work currently consists of interior domestic, commercial to painting garden fences. I've also help painted exterior houses.

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  • 2 reviews • 100% positive
    Painter & Decorator working in Stoke Sub Hamdon
    Trade Member since 2019

    Are you looking for someone who takes pride in their work as if they were working on their own home, gives honest advice and delivers professional results at an affordable cost?...Then you have found the right person! My work ethic is simple: 'Do it once, do it right!'

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    Latest review:

    Kitchen worktop,base unit and under stair storeage

    Excellent,Positive,Punctual,Polite,
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Ask a painter & decorator

  • Best Answer
    Member since 1 Jun 2008
    Hi tom, if i am assuming correctly that it is an old property you have,sounds like to me that the re-skimming has been done on the original plaster which is ok to a certain extent if the original stuff is pretty sound & solid but unfortunately you will always run the risk of developing cracks with a re-skim on old,original plaster. if you are filling cracks and they keep reappearing,then it looks like the backing plaster is in a really poor,unstable condition & should never have been re-skimmed onto. the ammount of times i've been to a job where customers have had a 'plasterer' to re-skim a room out & cracks have appeared everywhere because they have given them bad advice is shocking. only solution really to eleminate this problem is go back to the brick and start again with a complete re-plaster as no matter how many times you fill the cracks,they will keep on coming back and over time will get worse i'm afraid! hope this helps, carl. (p.s. if it's a new type property & it's all boarded out,then i'm flummuxed! ;)
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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 26 Jun 2013
    Hi there, i am a painter and decorator by trade with plastering and tiling skills. when new plaster is first applied i always cover it with a layer of pva first. once this has dried i will apply the first coat and let that dry for 24 hrs. the second coat is then applied. over the last however many years, this method has always produced a long lasting finish. dulux is a good paint product but i am starting to favor some of the crown products that are now being released. if i can be of any help then please feel free to contact me.
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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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