Factory room spray.

Been busy spraying local factory room, ready for new machinery to be fitted. Looking nice and bright. Probably won’t stay that bright with machinery running.

Before, all cleaned and ready for work to begin.

Before paint 1
Before paint 2
Before paint stairs

All finished. Just new floor surface to be applied.

After paint room 1
After paint 2
Stairs after paint

Busy this week decorating , stairs, entrance and landing in Brierfield. Old paper striped, woodwork painted, repairs to ceiling, lined and painted. Walls wallpaperd.

Before decorating. Stairs from front door.
After decorating. Stairs, from front door.
Landing, view from bathroom.
Entrance area, facing front door.
View from landing to front door.
Landing, railings are being replaced, so not been touched.

Happy new year

Goodby to 2020. wow what a year that was. 2021 looks to be an exciting yet a little scary year ahead. We have a lot to be thankful for , new medical treatments thanks to our very clever scientists, and a big thank you to the health professionals, who have been so brave and strong though this pandemic.

2021 brings new roads to travel as a country as well it seems. So hoping those roads lead to economic prosperity, and continued freedom for every citizen of the UK. continued unity within our Isles and a bright future.

Wishing all our old and new customers a happy, kind, healthy, and prosperous 2021.

Had some good news from a customers recently, They were selling their home, and it had been on the market for some months, the estate agent had recommended not spending any money on improving the property, and to just put on the market as it was, as he felt the cost would not justify the increase on value.

The owners asked for my advice, after they had only been receiving offers £10 below the market value, my advice was the house interior‌ decoration was quite dated, and the walls were in need of spot repairs. It would benefit from repairing plaster where needed and decorate with an updated contemporary, neutral colour scheme.

They agreed and after 10 days work on repairs, decorating and new carpets fitted throughout. They received three new viewings and it sold to the first viewer, with an increase offer of £10.000 a NET increase of £8,000

So happy for the owners, they received market value. and had the confidence to invest in their property, that paid off.

This room had a fitted wardrobe, that had been removed. Leaving a recess of 10 mm plaster.

We plastered the recess area to leave a level surface, re-boarded the ceiling recess and plastered. Then painted the room in white mat emulsion. To leave a smooth finish. Re-routed the old heating pipework to run under the floor boards. Fitted new skirting board. You would never know there had been a wardrobe fitted. Before and after pics below.

Rear bedroom finished
rear bedroom finished 2
living room finished
finished entrance
finished entrance 2
Front bedroom finished
Front bedroom finished 2