Professional Painters, with over 30 years of experience, have become respected contractors for both reliability and quality. Recently completed and ongoing contracts include the following:

  • 1000 shops a year for a national Branded clothing retailer.
  • National Institutes West end offices.
  • EYE 1 structure in City of London.
  • Olympic entrances, multi colour work.
  • Preferred Decorator for many large houses in the Counties and London.
  • National estate agents branches

 

About us

Professional Painters are a firm of experienced and highly skilled painters and decorators serving London and the Home Counties. We always aim to ensure that each of our clients is completely satisfied with the finished result.

Contact us

Phone: 0800 044 3604

Mail: profess-painters@btconnect.com

PREPARING SURFACES FOR EMULSION
Never use wire wool to rub down surfaces that are to be painted with emulsion paint. As emulsion is water-based,
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PREPARING A NEW PAINT BRUSH BEFORE USE
An inexpensive new paint brush should be soaked in linseed oil for at least a day before use. This helps
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THE CORRECT WAY TO USE A PAINT BRUSH
A paint brush should always be held by the handle – never by the metal band around the brush. This
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TILING OVER NEWLY SCREEDED CONCRETE
Always leave a newly screeded concrete floor for at least a month before covering it with floor tiles. This gives
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CHOOSING GLASSPAPER FOR DIFFERENT JOBS
Use a medium-grade glasspaper for general rubbing-down work when painting walls or wood, and a fine paper for the final
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DRILLING THROUGH A GLAZED CERAMIC TILE
To prevent a twist-bit slipping when drilling a hole in a glazed ceramic tile, use a felt pen to mark
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LAYING CERAMIC OR VINYL FLOOR TILES
Always start from the centre of the room when laying ceramic or vinyl floor tiles. Prepare the surface first and
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COPING WITH CRACKS IN PLASTER
Sizeable cracks can often appear at the weakest points in plaster-where walls and ceilings meet. Treat the problem either by
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DECORATING NEWLY APPLIED PLASTER
New plaster can take at least six months to dry out, so only decorate it with water-based emulsion. The paint
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TAKING CARE OF TWO-PART ADHESIVES
Never mix the caps on two-part adhesives. If this is done, the caps will seal up. And it will be
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