Well what a cracking summer we have had here in Kapiti. One day was even 33 degrees :-o.
I do feel sorry somewhat for my family back home in there snowy minus condition’s but not alot haha.
Anyway back onto the painting side have you checked our website recently. Some articles are worth a read.
With summer now fast approaching its now time to freshen up your house. So here is the link to the colours to give you some inspiration.
Did you know that there is a paint that cleans the air? Yes, it’s true.
Sto Climasan colour is an interior paint that continuously degrades harmful substances and reduces odours. This paint is ideal for residential application and is widely used in many heavily frequented commercial locations such as resthomes, hotels, restaurants, medical clinics, schools etc.
Just what does this air cleaning paint do? These revolutionary paints are ecologically friendly products which have the ability to keep walls clean by repelling dirt, bacteria, algae and fungus that can accumulate on surfaces whilst eliminating toxic odors from your rooms at the same time.
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Do you need a painter & decorator in Kapiti? Don’t look past Paul Walker Decorators.
We can help with all exterior house painting and preparation work. If your residential home or building is looking a bit dull or the paint is chipping off, it is time to give it a new lease of life with a professional painter decorator in Paraparaumu.
If you live on the Kapiti Coast, anywhere from Paekakariki to Otaki, the team at Paul Walker Decorators are sure to be able to help. With years of knowledge and experience you can be confident in Paul Walker for all your house painting and preparation requirements!
Have a look at this website they offer almost every paint brand at a really good price delivered to door.
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Why not Have Stress Free Interior Decorating?
Repainting a room instantly lifts it. There are a huge variety of paints and wallpapers on the market now available to suit anyone’s taste.
When using a painter and decorator, the most difficult decision you have to make is choosing your colours and finishes. You can gain inspiration from many sources, including hotels, tv shows, restaurants and magazines. You can also buy tester pots and colour swatches from most DIY stores to truly find the colour you feel you want to work with.
Above all your personal taste and requirements are the most important factor.
Paul Walker Decorators can help you come to a decision about your colours and finishes, we can advise you what colours and wallpapers would work best in your room.
You then get to sit back while we prepare your room, decorate it and clean up after ourselves. We aim to keep the process as stress free as possible, so you can really enjoy your room once it has been finished.
We pride ourselves in offering a solution that will fit into the way you live and the colours you love.
We also offer advice about small changes we can make to your room, ensuring once we have completed decorating, your interior will have a pleasing impact with nothing distracting your eye away from the wallpaper design or paint colours you have chosen.
Feel free to contact us on the contact information above.
Don’t forget we also have a Facebook page that you can also browse, although I will try to keep everyone updated with events and offers taking place here and in New Zealand when the time arrives.
Here’s the link:- https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=278282345517507
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After the removal of three wisdom teeth i am now ready for a return to work tomorrow following a three day lay off providing i can eat a solid meal tonight (sick of soup).
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Back to the St.Andrews Renovation project this weekend has been slow moving due to the Christmas Holidays and the builders being off.
The plan this weekend is to remove the old wallpaper down the stairs, so as to let the plasterers skim the wall’s with plaster. However the hall and bedroom’s have wood chip on so will be a steam stripper job.
Will put photos up later of progress.