Tips and Advice
Recently, I installed a timber window and replaced the weather boards with the help of a carpenter.
We began by removing the existing weatherboards, which were split and rotten in…
One of the most common plaster holes that often needs to be repaired of filled before any painting, is the plaster hole that is left when a power point, light…Continue Reading →
Houses that have window sills coated in varnish may require stripping if they have been exposed to moisture and the sun over a period of time. If your windows are…Continue Reading →
Recently, I completed a full internal Painting Project for a customer living in the suburb of McKinnon. This was a newly constructed house and I took some before and after…Continue Reading →
I recently completed a project where the requirements were to apply colour to the exterior timber windows using Intergrain ‘Natural Stain’ in charcoal, without the need of an exterior oil…Continue Reading →
This is a very common problem that occurs mainly in the Summer months, when two new coats of exterior acrylic paint is applied to any timber surfaces like weather boards.…Continue Reading →
Preparing a timber decking ready for a coat of clear varnish or to leave the timber in it’s natural colour, requires a little patience and elbow grease.
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This is required because plaster absorbs undercoats at different rates and because there is a large selection of differing quality of undercoats on the market, results in different absorption rates…Continue Reading →
Traveling light on plaster walls: This is a great tool and tip for helping to find those small holes and plaster dents and defects prior to applying the final paint…Continue Reading →