As a well established independent family business, we pride ourselves on our professionalism and providing a complete service.

With a painting and decorating reputation for expertly managed work, competitively priced and completed to schedule, allied to flexible working to suit our client’s business needs.

Exterior

Painting exterior walls

Painting stone bungalows

Painting soffit and facia boards

Painting gutters and downpipes

Painting garage floors

Painting sheds

Painting fences

Painting outbuildings

Painting metal railings and gate

Painting Osmo

Applying wood preservative

Applying creosote

Applying varnish

Interior

Painting bedrooms

Painting bathrooms

Painting studies

Painting lounges

Painting dining rooms

Painting kitchens

Painting conservatory’s

Painting WCs

Painting shower rooms

Painting boot rooms

Painting utility rooms

Painting Garages

Painting doors

Painting skirting boards

Painting hallways

Painting architraves

Wallpapering

Interior Painting Projects

New solid oak doors, skirting boards and and architraves fitted all given a few coats of clear wood preservative.

The images below are of a new build conservatory that Freshcoat Painting &  Decorating (FPD) prepped and painted with emulsion, the ceiling was painted in white while the walls were emulsioned in dove grey after it had been newly plastered.

A small project for FPD sealing wooden oak kitchen worktops with Osmo which is an oil and wax based biocide-free wood preservative for interior and exterior use an ideal product for high moisture environments.
The image on the left shows the plain wood, the middle image shows the differenced with one coat applied, FPD recommend three coats then an annual application to build up a good protective layer so when a liquid is spilt on the wood it beads.

Exterior Painting Projects

Clive has recently upcycled an outside table and chair set to match a clients interior room, so the inside flows outside. An image was taken of the interior and Clive had the paint mixed to match.
Clive posted the image of the finished items of Instagram and someone asked where they were from !!
Painting fences with wood preservative
FPD do recommend fences are painted annually, getting your fencespainted with wood preservative or creosote is cheaper than replacing the run of fence panels.
Image 1 shows fencing pre painting after a winter of heavy rain.
Image 2 shows fencing after another good coat of wood preservative so when a liquid is spilt on the wood it beads.
Painting garden buildings with wood stain and or preservative
 
With wooden sheds, bespoke garden studios,  garages, garden offices, log cabins, pavilions, summer houses, pool houses, wooden gazebos for hot tubs, workshops, hobby sheds, log stores and animal sheds all being expensive items. An annual coat of wood stain or preservative will increase the life of your outside wooden structure as well as 
make it look more pleasing to the eye in your outside space.
 
The example below shows a potting shed painted in forget me knot blue.
Another Exterior Project
Whether you use your raised beds for flowers, salad crops or vegetable you will be constantly spraying water over them so it is important to paint them annually with a wood sealant so the water beads. Clive uses an eco friendly product to do this.
Attached a during and after treated image.

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