- The finishing is all important but the preparatory work is critical to the quality of the end product.
- Ensure correct paints are used in specific areas like kitchens and bathrooms, doors and window frames.
- Look for sloppy work and make sure it’s cleaned up. Ensure angles are cut in to keep lines sharp.
- The quality of paint has no impact at first, but over time, better quality paints maintain their sheen and finish where cheaper paints fade and chip more readily.
- Is the preparatory work of a sufficient standard – filling holes, touching up plaster sanding, use of correct undercoats?
- Are the paints being used the brands you specified or cheaper alternatives?
- Have the painters got the correct colours as specified?
Suppliers - Click on those you would like to find out more about…
- Master Painters
- For a professional and convenient, safe secure job you can't go pass a Master Painter.
- Resene Paint
- Resene, established in 1946, is today an international company with manufacturing operations in Australia and Fiji and local production plants in Lower Hutt, Upper Hutt and Auckland. The bold colours produced and supplied by Resene symbolise the dynamic business enthusiasm yet careful underlying decision-making long associated with the brand.