Category Archives: Painting

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I am delighted to have the opportunity to recommend Mark Khan in his capacity as a painter and decorator. He came to work on my house last Autumn, in the first instance preparing and then painting the outside of my conservatory. I have never come across anyone before who takes such care in their work. […]
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Hall, stairs and landing

Hall, stairs and landing project over 3 levels. The existing wallpaper was removed and the walls skimmed with a Gyproc filler. The radiators were removed and as a new carpet was being laid soon the edges of the old carpet were trimmed to allow access to the whole skirting board. The ceiling was painted in […]
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Bedroom refurbishment in Southampton

Bedroom refurbishment. Neutral colours throughout.    

Windows repainted on an old house

Large windows on an old house. The windows were in terrible condition and needed lots of attention. The whole house had the same attention and colour scheme. From start to finish this project took a month to complete and 11 rolls of precision edge masking tape. At 52 metres a roll that is over half […]
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Bay windows repaint

Two large bay windows that required just a rub down and repaint.  

Concrete floor Painting

Concrete screed floor painted in grey. Note the high gloss finish to the paint. Unfortunately whoever put the screed on the floor didn’t get a very good finish so it shows through the paint. Three coats of paint were applied in total.

Front porch

Front porch area refurbished. Walls were painted firstly with Coovar anti damp paint. After this a miss coat of emulsion was applied then a washable emulsion to finish the walls. The window frames were painted with primer, full undercoat and a white gloss top coat.  

Bathroom Painting in Southampton

This bathroom was tiled half height already. The ceiling was painted in white bathroom paint and the beautiful stained glass critall window was renovated. The tiles were then extended to ceiling height and the woodwork was painted in a white gloss finish.  

Window frames refurbished

Window frames refurbished. Although the windows are upvc the frames are timber and were painted in a dull green colour. They were stripped and repainted with aluminium primer, full undercoat and a white gloss top coat.

Bay Window in Southampton

The bay window needed woodwork replaced which was carried out by Southampton Carpentry. This left bare wood which needed the attention of Southampton Painting. The existing paintwork needed rubbing down to leave a sound flat surface and any filing of cracks and holes was done. The windows were then masked using a precision edge tape […]
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Soffits and Facia boards in Fareham

The condition was very poor and once the old paint was removed large areas of rotten timber was revealed. This meant that the old facia board needed to be removed and replaced.   New facia boards were fitted using screws rather than nails. All screw heads were filled using 2 part wood filler and any […]
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House renovations in Southampton

Windows painting in southampton

Interior Painting in Southampton

Window painting

Bedroom painting decorating in Southampton

Painted doors in Southampton

Painting interior in Southampton

The property before the job After the painting

Window refurbishment

Crittall Window refurbishment in Salisbury: These windows are a feature of the property and needed a full refurbishment. After a careful preparation and primer, undercoat and a specialist topcoat they have been restored to their former glory. The solid oak front doors were stripped back to wood and stained and then varnished.

Wooden conservatory in Sholing Southampton

The two pictures show how poor the conservatory looked before renovation. They required extensive woodwork which was completed by Southampton Carpentry and a complete strip and paint which was carried out by myself. Finished conservatory in Sholing Southampton. These pictures show the finished conservatory after a complete refurbishment. The existing paint was removed and the […]
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