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The cost or price to paint a weatherboard house in the Brisbane area may change on based on different variables which may increase or decrease the overall cost of painting a weatherboard house.
We recently asked a group of painters on one of the social media groups we belong too tell us a few things they wish they could tell their customers before starting a painting project.
The question we asked was:
If you could tell customers one or two things that would enable the project to move along smoothly, what would it be?
(their answers as as follows and are unedited, names have been hidden to protect the painters) Read More
The cost or price to paint a door in the Brisbane area may change on based on different variables which may increase or decrease the overall cost of painting a door.
When painting a door the price includes one side of the door and the edge of the door that is visible to the room you are standing in when the door is open, it does not include the door frame. Read More
The cost of restaining or recoating a timber deck in the Brisbane area may change based on your timber decks requirements. Timber deck restaining or recoating should be incorporated into your properties annual maintenance plans in order to lower the initial cost.
When determining a price to restain or recoat a timber deck its important to understand a few different variables which will impact on the finial price. Read More
The cost or price to paint the interior of a 3 bedroom house in the Brisbane area can vary however the overall process generally will stay the same. For a standard plasterboard home the process is simple and quiet inexpensive however as the requirements change and the project becomes more detailed, the price will increase accordingly. Read More
The cost or price to paint a bedroom in the Brisbane area may change on based on different variables which may increase or decrease the overall cost of painting a room.
It’s important to understand that not all rooms are the same due to the difference in building materials. Some homes have gyprock, some have VJ others may have pressed tin. It is in these variables which will help determine the price along with another set of variables, condition. Is the property old and needs a lot of prep work or is it clean and new?
When painting a room the process below generally stays the same however the amount of time needed for each task may fluctuate. Read More
Every house, whether recently constructed or otherwise, will need a fresh coat of paint, inside and outside, once in a while. You can take many approaches for this: you can paint the home yourself or seek the services of a reliable Painter Brisbane. When you choose the second approach, it is best to have someone that would do the job just right. With that, it becomes essential to find a reliable house painting contractor serving the Brisbane area. While that might seem easy at first glance, it is not. All painters may be able to do the job but each one would use a different style and technique of working. You must consider this when hiring a reliable painter Brisbane for the task. Read More
The most common problem we encounter when it comes to painting existing buildings is the issue of peeling paint. Many our of residential painting projects are actually requested due to this very reason. So this begs the question, How do you prevent paint from peeling? Read More
High pressure water is an effective cleaning agent for many surfaces on the exterior of your home, particularly masonry such as bricks, driveways, sidewalks, and patios. High pressure water literally blasts away dirt, mildew and other contaminants. Read More
Exterior paintwork maintenance •
Regularly inspect the exterior of your property to ensure you are on top of any changes or irregularities such as timber splitting, cracking and nails popping. If you notice any issues such as peeling, blistering or flaking paint or any other problems that are calling out for repair be sure to have a professional Brisbane painting contractor look at the issue and recommend how to move forward without having to wait until the problem gets any worse. Read More