Flemington House Painters – Interiors

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Flemington House Painters

Working with organised customers is great, it’s like working with a great project manager. Why? Because it makes our lives easy, and as Flemington House Painters, we know we can then concentrate on the painting. Which is what you want afterall.

The Plasterer, was organised, a handyman, again organised, the carpenters, organised. The cabinet makers, electricians and floor sanders, we’ll they’re due to go in after we’ve finished! We, the painters, were booked in months ago, and the customer moves in March. We started painting on the date agreed, and finished by the date agreed. And as a result, the plan goes well and everyone is happy.

We are Qualified Project Manager (Building and Construction), so if you need a hand with your project, just let us know. Sometimes it’s not easy dealing with trades, contracts and budgets, whilst trying to juggle family life. We can take the pressure off by doing the project managing for you.

As your Flemington House Painters, we’re local, and we’ve painted in most of Flemington’s streets by now. As a result it’s easy to see an example of our painting jobs, just ask us for details.

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Paints Used:

  • Haymes Expressions Ceiling Flat – Builders’ White
  • Dulux Wash and Wear Low Sheen – Natural White
  • Dulux Super Enamel Semi Gloss – Builders’ White
  • Weathershield Gloss – Symphony Red

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Painting a Modern Weatherboard – Flemington

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Painting a Modern Weatherboard in Flemington

Painting a Modern Weatherboard? Giving a new take on an old theme, these weatherboards are a painters dream. Big and bulky weatherboards, along with difficult angles and hard to reach places, what more could a painter want? Simple satin varnished windows and doors add elegance. As Exterior House Painters, we make it look so easy.

You’re Painting a Weatherboard House!

It’s a lot of hard work. Why? Because preparation is the key, and that takes a lot of time. Most DIYers will think that the painting preparation just takes place before the painting. Wrong, the painting prepartion takes place, before and during the painting. The painting preparation will take longer than the painting. The weatherboard painting is the easy part. So sandpaper, gap filler, polyfilla and most importantly a good primer/sealer.undercoat, is what you’ll start your exterior painting project with. A few days later you’ll finally pick up a brush to start painting your weatherboard house.

Remember the whole point of painting your weatherboard house is to protect it from the elements. Making it look good and choosing the paint scheme is secondary.

Paint Used:

  • Dulux Weathershield Low Sheen – Army Issue.
  • Dulux Weathershield Gloss – Ecru.
  • Intergrain – Ultraclear Satin.

Customer Quote: 

‘We’re very happy with the job you’ve done. Many thanks.’

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