Everything counts in a small space, which is why you need to make the most of your smaller rooms. It’s important you choose the right colours and get the paint job done properly.
To maximise on space in small rooms, a focus on lighting is key. An industry trick to give the illusion of more space is to allow lots of natural light onto pale-coloured walls through large windows. But it’s crucial that this pale paint is applied well, because any blemishes or mistakes will be easy to spot. Much easier than they would be in a larger environment.
We can put you in touch with a local painter and decorator who can give your room a professional lick of paint for you. Over the phone you can arrange a home visit where they’ll give you a free quote and answer any questions you have.
They’ll remove your furniture for you and cover any exposed areas that the paint shouldn’t touch, skilfully masking your adjoining walls, windowsills and skirting boards. You don’t even need to be in while they get the job done.
Every tradesman on our books is vetted, which means you can trust that they’re true professionals. We even make sure their tools are in tip top condition, so they can get their jobs done to the highest standard.
So, why bother risking a botched paint job when you could leave it up to one of our super handy Local Heroes?
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“Everything. Completely understood what was wanted and got on with it very professionally”
“Time keeping, quality of work was to a high standard. We are very pleased.”
“I was happy with everything from the quote to the completed job.”
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