How To Tackle The Dreaded Hall, Stairs & Landing

How To Tackle The Dreaded Hall, Stairs & Landing

The most daunting area in any home to decorate is the hall, stairs and landing. Tricky to reach places, negotiating heights and the amount of doors and woodwork to be painted can be a real challenge for any amateur decorator.

BUT.. as we “don’t have problems..only solutions”.  We can take the stress and worry away from you when the time comes to decorate this area,  you really cannot put it off any longer. The hall, stairs and landing can take a real battering from family life, with heavy daily traffic. Grubby little finger marks and damage caused by clothing and bags can be easily repaired using the best quality professional remedial materials and equipment. We can offer advice on the most suitable paint or wallpaper taking into account the traffic the area will have to cope with. Using the correct materials according to your starting wall finish, and conditions will ensure that the area is kept looking good for longer and giving you the very best value for money. We use only the best quality paint and paper including plain heavyduty papers, such as Anaglypta or fashionable vinyl papers, such as Laura Ashley.   Why not choose a finish to suit your environment, for instance if your home is on the North Norfolk coast why not choose a nautical colour scheme or theme.

This area will probably see the most traffic during a typical day in a busy home. Decoration in this area could cause lots of disruption making it difficult to use your bathroom and access bedroom areas.  We will ensure that disruption during decoration is kept at an absolute minimum leaving you free to get on with your busy life. All equipment will cleared away at the end of each working day and the area will be left safe and spotless.

We promise to complete a quality, long lasting professional finish in speedy time and with minimum fuss.

Call us now to make an appointment for a consultation.

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