front and side elevation with paint

These homes benefit from our textured masonry coatings

We enjoy showing off our hard work and our 2 latest rendering repair and wall coating jobs are no exception. We get to travel the length and breadth of our wonderful country and here’s from the opposite ends of England. The first is in Plymstock PL9, South Devon, and the other in Hollingbourne ME17, Kent,...Continue reading

victorian terraced villa after wall coatings painting

Plymouth and south west Wall coatings company

South West Wall coatings, in the guise of  Never Paint Again UK  have been active in repairing and painting houses in Devon and Cornwall, Dorset and Somerset, and elsewhere around Britain, since 1986. We can cure whatever problem your home may have, such as cracks or flaky paint, in no time at all, to a...Continue reading

A terraced house in Plymouth painted with a wall coating

Painting a Victorian Terraced House in Peverell, Plymouth

This late Victorian house in Peverell, Plymouth, had been neglected over the years and needed much exterior repair and decoration work. The new owners had sympathetically restored the inside to a very high standard,  putting back in all the lovely features that previous owners had ripped out over the years, and the last job was...Continue reading

TERRACED PLYMOUTH HOUSE WITH BRAND NEW PAINT

Repairing and painting a house with WW2 bomb damage, in Plymouth, Devon

This terraced house in Plymouth, Devon, (built circa 1890) had serious structural issues caused by being blown up (!) in the 2nd world war, but hastily rebuilt. Fast forward to modern times and the render was literally falling off in chunks, the bay window and the front elevation were collapsing, and it had bad penetrating...

victorian terraced villa after wall coatings painting

A Victorian villa painted by us in Mannamead, Plymouth

Another fine example of our work sent in from the Plymouth office, way back in 2004 This imposing Victorian villa had not been decorated externally for many years and was suffering badly with flaking paint, damaged mouldings, penetrating damp, and all sorts of ailments. In addition the original sash windows were rotting in places and...Continue reading

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