Milton Keynes Commercial Painting and Decorating
Whether it’s a small office or large industrial units, Professional Painters MK have the painting and decorating knowledge and experience to ensure complete peace of mind.
As professional commercial painters and decorators we are highly committed to delivering a first class service for our commercial customers. Communication is paramount and we constantly liaise with clients to ensure the end result is exactly as agreed.
Whatever the scale of the project we will put in place and adhere to a smooth and efficient running schedule. We provide full Risk Assessments and Method Statements prior to undertaking any work and this alongside our own Health and Safety policies and onsite training can provide you with full confidence in us as a company.
The range of commercial services we offer include:
- Interior & exterior painting and decorating
- Specialist Finishes
- Paint Spraying Services
- Wallpapering & Flooring
- Joinery and carpentry services
- Out of hours service
We undertake work for a wide variety of customers, in buildings of all different types. These range from single office units to large hotels. We thrive on the variety our work provides, which ultimately benefits our clients. Each project is different and requires specifically tailored planning and design strategies. The types of premises we work in include:
- Industrial units
- Retail premises
- Local Authority
These lists are by no means exhaustive so please contact us to discuss your premises and we will help you further.
Out of hours service
We understand that in a modern, busy company the need for little or no upheaval is an extremely valuable service. This is why we can provide a full out of hours service. All work is undertaken either throughout the night or at weekends with a dedicated project manager overseeing the job.
Every evening when your business closes we start our job assuring that each morning when you arrive to open everything is back as it should be, cleaned up immaculately and ready for your day. There is no wet paint, no mess and no disruption to your companies trade.
Apart from the fresh, newly decorated areas you would not even know that we had been there.
Key elements of a professional paint job
There’s no getting away from it, your premises, whether offices, shops or reception areas, have a fundamental effect on how clients, staff and suppliers alike perceive your organisation. The few thin layers of paint covering that, however, form the largest part of your buildings surfaces (glass areas excepted) and speak volumes about your attention to detail and the value you place on providing a high quality environment in which to conduct business.
We believe that the most important element in providing a professional painting service is to use high quality paints. You also need the knowledge and experience to select the correct paint for the environment. A factory floor will require a different finish compared to an art gallery’s ceiling. If a project requires a specialist finish, such as ragging, sponging, graining, colour washing or marbling we can source the most suitable materials for the job on your behalf. Some examples that would require careful selection and application are as follows:
Swimming pools: the areas surrounding pools would usually require acrylic water based paints that can be applied to the edges of pools, walls roofs and ceilings.
Industrial/machinery environments: Where mild resistance to water, acids, alkalis, mineral oils and inorganic salts is needed, acrylated rubber paint could be used. This fast drying paint can be used on many materials, including metals, wood and asbestos, using the correct primers.
Steel frame agricultural constructions: Bituminous paint provides a strong one coat application that can be applied to steel framed barns, tanks, and other farm buildings.
Heavy industrial and marine environments: In areas where you need an extremely tough finish and thorough water resistance, a high build 2 pack epoxy paint is ideal.
A paint only performs as good as the surface it is applied to. All debris, dust, Grease and loose paintwork should be thoroughly removed prior to application. Sometimes this requires a simple vacuum process. Other times more forceful methods can be used, such as sandblasting and sometimes on metalwork in marine applications, the use of a needle gun.
If you are using a high-performance specialist paint, this is even more important, because some systems require chemical interaction with the substrata. Also, high-performance paints need to be applied with thoroughly clean, or even brand-new rollers and brushes. Failure to do this can result in cross contamination from chemicals present on the tools from previous jobs. This will definitely have a negative effect on the performance of any paints applied.
Preparation for painting can also entail caulking of cracks around skirting boards and door and window trim.
There are many factors which can negate the effectiveness of paint finishes, which can only be avoided through in-depth knowledge of products and application procedures. For example, in the case of some high-performance paints for exterior applications, temperature sensitivity plays a large part in how effective the finish will be. Many products have a set range of temperatures between which they can be applied to achieve the right adherence and subsequent performance over their lifetime.
So, if you’re looking for a commercial painting and decorating company in Milton Keynes, Bedford, Luton or Aylesbury, call us to discuss your requirements or to arrange a free quotation on 0800 011 4909, e-mail us at email@example.com or fill out the form here. Our expert staff will be happy to discuss with you any questions you may have.