Case Study 1
Pondtail Road,Horsham: New Render, Painted and New Guttering.
Front of the house needed new rendering and painting. We needed to remove the old render back to the brickwork and put on new rendering using sand and cement. We did a first scratch coat so top coats would adhere better. We applied 3 coats of Subtle Ivory paint to get an optimum finish. We put on new window boards on over the existing tiles and replaced all the guttering with new, keeping the same colour.
Case Study 2
Heath Way, Horsham: Hall and Landing
The Hall and Landing needed a makeover. We had to prepare the walls, the ceiling, and the coving. This mean new plaster on the walls, all woodwork refilled and rubbed down. We applied a miss coat to the walls, coving and ceiling, plus a further 2 coats on the ceiling and coving. We Primed, applied undercoat and topcoat on all woodwork (doors, Frames, Skirting boards, window sill and bannister. This job was an extension to a project we completed earlier in the month at the same property where we decorated the open plan living room. The wood had 3 coats of Dulux Satin Wood.
Case Study 3
Heath Way, Horsham: Small Bedroom
This childs small bedroom was in desperate need of a makeover. We had to prepare the coving, walls and ceiling back to basics. We plastered everything new and put up 127mm coving around the bedroom and applied a miss coat to the walls, coving and ceiling, with a further 2 coats to the ceiling and coving. We Primed, applied undercoat and topcoat on all doors, Frames, Skirting boards, window sill in Dulux Satin Wood, then finished the room by applying 2 further coats of Laura Ashley paint to the walls.
Case Study 4
Faygate: Childs Bedroom
The design for this childs small bedroom was to have 5 different coloured paints on the walls in a striped effect. First the preparation of rubbing down and filling in. As you can see the main wall needed a fair bit. The ceiling and woodwork was prepared with 2 coats on the ceiling and all woodwork having undercoat and topcoat in Dulux Satinwood. To get the striped effect, the painting is done in alternate stripes so the middle one is done after. This is for two reasons, firstly so the paint dries and also to get a straight line on both sides when the middle colour is done. This is a great look though, and more importantly the customer was extremely pleased.
Case Study 5
Two Mile Ash: Garage
This project was all about being organised so that the walls and ceiling were done first and then the floor last. Making sure that we finished at an appropriate exit. The Walls and ceiling were covered wih Dulux white masonary paint. The floor was prepared and kept dust free when we then applied a prime sealant. This has two effects firstly helps keep the dust down and secondly helps the main coat go on easier. The floor was painted with two coats of a blue epoxy resin paint.
Case Study 6
Highwood Horsham: Bedroom
The chevrons are not wallpaper but are actually painted. This bedroom, in a house in Highwood Horsham, needed a makeover as it was very plain. First the ceiling was prepared and had two coats of Dulux porcelain matt. The walls were prepared, thankfully not too much rubbing down was needed and we applied 3 coats of Dulux porcelian matt. The feature wall is Dulux grey steel and then we created the chevrons on the wall in Dulux lemon punch. The effect was very pleasing and the customer was very happy with the result. The woodwork was again prepared and had an undercoat and finished off with Dulux satinwood.
Case Study 7
Two Mile Ash: Painting a New Garage Build
Another garage painting project on a newly built double garage attached to a large house. As you can see this was doing preparation work before the electrics and cabling was completed. This was priming and preparing the ceiling, walls and flooring. The walls were in Dulux white Masonary paint and the flooring was in a grey epoxy resin paint. The finish completely transformed the garage from what looked like a builders site to a very smart large double garage.
Case Study 8
Horsham: Painting and decorating a Study
This was a study makeover project. We sanded and prepared all the walls, ceiling, door frame, window sill and radiator. We removed the glass panel above the door frame and replaced with a wooden infill. We boxed in all the pipework and matched all the skirting board. We applied two coats of Dulux matt emulsion to the coving and ceiling and undercoated the door, frame, radiator, window sill and skirting boards. We finished with two coats of Dulux emulsion on the walls and the new boxing in. The top coat was using a Dulux brilliant white satinwood to the door, frame, skirting board, radiator and window sill. The result was a fresh feeling room with no exposed pipework. The customer was very pleased with the result.
Case Study 9
Southwater: Painting and decorating a Lounge
This was a large lounge to decorate. We sanded and prepared all the walls, ceilings, door frames, window sills and radiators. Plus the additional elements such as the shelving, cupboard doors and all the skirting board. We applied two coats of Dulux white matt emulsion to the coving and ceilings. Applied undercoat to door and frame, skirting boards and both radiators. We finished with two coats of Dulux brilliant white satinwood to the door, frame, skirting boards, radiators and window sills. Finally applied 2 coats of Osmo Oil clear matt to the cupboard doors, shelves, window sill and patio door window sill. The feature walls has 2 coats of Dulux emulsion. A great result, clean lines, smooth walls and a great finish. The customer was very happy with the result.
Case Study 10
Southwater: Painting and decorating Outside of House
This was a large detatched house in Southwater needing its outside maintained. We sanded and prepared all the fascias, soffits and boards all around the property. Then we applied primer undercoat and a topcoat of Dulux Weathershield white gloss. The result was a smooth clean painted exterior and a very happy customer.
Case Study 11
Horsham: Painting Interior & Exterior of Wooden Famed Conservatory
This large wooden framed conservatory in Horsham was in need of maintenance inside and out. We prepared all the gutters, windows, sills, doors, roof bars and skirting boards for undercoat. The inside was then given a topcoat of Dulux natural slate eggshell satin finish and the outside was given a topcoat of Dulux weathershield natural slate again in satin finish.
Case Study 12
Horsham: Painting Exterior of Large Semi-Detatched House
This large family semi-detatched home in Horsham needed a facelift. The existing paintwork on the house was pink and looked tired and in need of some help. We prepared the soffits and boards around the property for undercoat and applied a topcoat of Dulux weathershield white gloss. We prepared all the down pipes and stack for undercoat and applied a topcoat of Dulux weathershield black gloss. As you can see on the image of the side of the house we prepared all cracks for masonry filler then applied 2 coats of Dulux sandstone textured masonary paint to all walls and window sills. Finally we prepared all decorative masonary on the front of the house for 2 coats of Dulux white masonry paint. The appearance of the house was transformed.
Case Study 13
Southwater: Painting Exterior of Large Detatched House
This large family detatched home in Southwater needed its exterior paintwork brought back to life. We prapered all soffits and boards around the property for primer, undercoat and topcoat of Dulux weathershield white satin. We also prepared the porch area for primer, undercoat and a topcoat of weathershield satin. All masonary was prepared for 2 coats of Dulux weathershield Jasmine white smooth masonary paint. All the beams were prepared for 2 coats of Sadolin Jacobean Walnut wood satin. Finally the garage door was prepared and given 2 coats of Sandolin Ebony wood satin.
Case Study 14
Southwater: Painting Interior Hallway, Stairs and Landing of Large Detatched House
This project came about due to a water leak affecting the ceiling, coving and walls in the hallway and landing of a large family detatched home in Southwater. First we stain blocked the ceiling and coving, then sanded and prepared the ceiling and coving for 2 coats of Dulux white emulsion. The walls were prepared and filled for 2 coats of Khaki mist Dulux emulsion and prepared new door jams for primer. There were 14 door frames and a loft hatch, plus skirting to prepare for undercoat and a topcoat of Dulux white satinwood. We then prepared 14 new oak doors (both sides) for 3 coats of hard wax osmo oil. Lastly we prepared the new cupboard door and pull out draws for primer undercoat and topcoat of Dulux khaki mist satinwood.
Case Study 15
Abinger Common: Painting Lounge of Large Detatched House
This large family Lounge in a home in Abinger Common needed its interior decorated. You will notice from the images above that the fireplace was moved from the interior wall to the exterior wall of the lounge. First we had to strip all the existing wallpaper, rub down the walls and prepare and fill where necessary. Then the walls and ceiling had all new plaster, ready for a miss coat in Dulux super matt white emulsion paint. The walls were then painted with 2 coats of paint and paper library architect matt emulsion. We also prepared the 2 bay windows, window seats, 2 windows and 2 doors for undercoat and topcoat and used Farrow & Ball all white eggshell. This was a really lovely finish and the customers were extremely pleased.
Case Study 16
Southwater: Exterior of Detatched House
This Southwater detached home needed its exterior revitalised. We sanded down and filled all the soffits, boards and fascia all around the property. The main feature being the cladding at the front which had unfortunately been previously painted in gloss rather than using a woodstain to keep the lovely wood effect. For this we sanded and filled the whole cladding and porch area and gave it an undercoat in Dulux weathershield dark grey. We finished with a topcoat of Dulux weathershield Conker. We ended up with a good finish and overall a nicely decorated exterior.
Case Study 17
Billingshurst: Kitchen extension
This Kitchen had a serious makeover. The partioned wall was removed to make the room next to it an integral part of the kitchen. This gave not only more room but also more light to what was a rather dark kithcen. We striped all the wall paper from the walls and applied a Miss coat to the newly plastered walls and ceiling with Dulux super matt. We painted the ceiling and coving with Dulux white matt emulsion. We finished the walls by painting them with 2 coats of Dulux magnolia emulsion. As you can see a doorway was removed and the new door and frame was prepared for primer, undercoat and topcoat of Dulux satinwood. The result was quite amazing, a lovely modern kitchen with plenty of light.