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Staircases, Hand Rails, Banisters & Spindles
When it comes to wooden stairs, hand rails banisters and spindles we take in preparing the surfaces from cleaning to sanding. This allows us to finish the painting to a high standard that is smooth. We are happy to paint hand rails, bannisters and spindles as part of a full painting refurbishment project from a single room to a complete property. We are unable to price for a single skirting section or trim, only if part of a package as it will not be cost effective to quote and complete these smaller elements solely.
Painting staircases, handrails and barristers really allows you to get that perfect finish that suits the rest of your interior designs. Matching with the same colour-co-ordinated scheme, it allows everything to blend in and give you that appealing outlet you’ve been planning on for some time.
If you want this as a unique project and this done alone, we can also do this for you. It’s potentially one of the most simplistic ways that we can revamp your living space and give your property that extra flavour. There are various professional steps that we will strategically plan out with you to make sure we get the best possible outcome. A few of these include:
- Preparation – We will mask off any tape that doesn’t need to be or must be painted. We will then use our specialised equipment to get rid of any excess dust or material that could impact the quality of the paint finish.
- Sanding – If needed. In some cases, it may not be appropriate. However, where it is appropriate, we will sand down to promote paint adhesion. This helps prevent paint from peeling away in the future and ensuring the job is done to a high standard.
- Priming – By using an oil-based primer, we will protect the surface of wood that we’re targeting. We will do this by smoothly applying a full coat of primer to the staircases and parts that we’re painting (in the next step). The primer will make the paint finish smoother as it consists of solid content.
- Painting – After We’ve let the primer settle nicely, we can then get on to the exciting stuff and start painting your staircase to give it the finish you’re aspiring for. Our expert team have the best techniques of following the grain of wood and making sure we adapt to the style that you have asked for. Once this is done, a second – and in some instances – a third coat will be applied.
- Removing Tape – Once the paint has settled after two or three covers, we will then carefully remove the tape (beginning stages of the process) and make sure that it doesn’t damage any of the hard work that is already completed at this point.
As previously mentioned above, it’s important to keep in mind that we do not quote for single skirting section or trim. This is because it’s not cost-effective with the packages that we offer. You can gain more with a full section complete. However, we’re happy to offer advice of how to paint sole components of your staircase that you may be able do to for yourself.
We can handle painting and decorating on staircases, hand rails, bannisters and spindles in your local area. Whether it’s on your very own domestic property, business property or residential property, there’s no job too little or large we can’t do. Get in touch with us today on 01494 562630 with any of your enquiries or further questions you need answering. Alternatively, use the simple contact form and we’ll get back you as soon as we can.