repairing and painting a pebbledashed house with an exterior wall coating

Repairing and painting a pebbledashed house in Croydon, Surrey

Pebbledash! A passing fad and a cheap wall covering that house builders used to use to cover up poor quality brickwork, but times change and many people want to change their pebbledash wall coating to something a bit more contemporary and up-to-date. This is where the NEVER PAINT AGAIN exterior wall painting system can...

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A bungalow having been painted externally in cumbria with wethertex textured wall coating

Bungalow painting in Silloth, on the Solway Firth, Cumbria

A previous project of ours, this page shows us spray painting a bungalow with top quality and weatherproof Wethertex wall coatings, on the Solway Firth, Cumbria. This page shows the preparation and the application of a weatherproof “Wethertex” external wall coating....

Bishop Auckland after wall coating

Outside house painting, an example in County Durham

People choose to have us paint their home for a variety of reasons, and more often than not, it’s because the outside of their property needs far more than just a simple lick of paint! Does your house need more than your local painter and decorator is willing to take on? Does the property...

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flaking pebbledash can be repaired with never paint again exterior wall coatings

Render, replace or paint? Solutions for pebbledash covered houses

Pebbledash covers much of the UK’s early to mid 20th century housing stock and was primarily invented to give a cheap, fairly weatherproof,  low maintenance wall coating over poor quality brickwork. Pebbledash, the traditional British (and Irish) version anyway, should last between 20 and 40 years. Many of the older style homes that have...

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Spraying a textured wall coating near Exeter

Another example of a quality exterior wall coatings job and House Painting in Exeter Devon, completed in winter 2012. This lovely property suffered from green mould growing on the walls, plus an amount of damp, and hollow rendering. This blog post shows you the work we did in removing the green mould, repairing the...

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How to mask up a house for spraying wall coatings

It is very important when applying any spray applied paint or exterior wall finish, to mask up all areas that are not to be sprayed. This short guide explains how we in the trade can mask up a house quickly and easily whilst carrying out external redecoration work. (Masking can also apply to internal...

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