The preparation of internal walls before painting may be time consuming, but it is very important. As part of the process we clean the walls, repair unevenness and cracks, remove flakes or bubbles of old paint etc. If necessary, problems related to damp are addressed. At the same time we pay attention to the need to seal around window frames and doors, including windowsills, where water often leaks into walls and can cause long-term damage. We also give special attention to bathroom and kitchen walls, because this is where, often, damp and mold occur as a result of steam. If bathroom and kitchen walls are not treated correctly mold will return quickly and will spoil newly painted walls.
Very often the new coat of paint in a room will be complimented by also painting or varnishing (whatever is appropriate) the applicable doors and skirting boards, as well as the ceiling.