What kinds of paint do your painters use?
We use only the best on your property, this is typically Dulux or Haymes.
As a Dulux accredited company our preference is Dulux.
The kinds of paints and uses are as follows:
This has a chalky look with little or no shine which makes it great to hide imperfections but is least durable so is best for low-traffic areas and ceilings.
When light reflects off this paint it has a satin finish which makes it more noticeable than Matte Paint. Great for kid’s rooms, high-traffic area or areas where you need to clean walls.
Semi gloss paint
This has more durability and sheen than satin and works best for kitchens, bathrooms, and skirting boards. Its reflective surface helps darker rooms feel lighter and brighter.
High gloss paint
It’s the shiniest and most reflective of the finishes and its sheen is a standout feature of any room. Gloss paint’s hard surface can be used on cabinets or vanities although, it easily shows scratches and dirt.
For interior we use interior grade paints as they have lower levels of VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) and are chemically formulated to withstand normal household wear and tear. Washability properties of interior grade paints is another important factor for suitability.
Exterior grade paints are formulated to endure various weather conditions. Temperature fluctuations, sun UV, rain, moisture, salty sea air and wind carrying sand and small objects are examples of how environmental factors can deteriorate external finishes of a house.
Though nothing can overpower the eroding power of nature, paint manufacturers have developed some great products that can withstand harsh weather conditions for years.