BALLGREEN DECORATORS

Primary trade Painter and decorator
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About BALLGREEN DECORATORS

30 years of experience Most of our work from recommendation Customer references available on request Lots of pics to be added of work we have done in the past Domestic , office or industrial work quoted for Interior and exterior work quoted for All aspects of painting and decorating We also know a lot of other trades men if needed

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BALLGREEN DECORATORS rated for Painter and decorator in Currie

5

Overall rating

28 total ratings 0 last 30 days 1 last 6 months 6 last 12 months

01 May 2021

Painter and decorator

Excellent workmanship and service. Murray was very helpful and professional. I would recommend to others.

, EH4

31 Aug 2020

Painter and decorator

Highly recommend!

, EH7

31 Aug 2020

Painter and decorator

Extremely helpful and efficient.

, EH3

01 Sep 2020

Painter and decorator

Great job thanks Murray

, EH17

29 Nov 2020

Painter and decorator

Murray has done a fantastic job for us, he communicated very well throughout, has a great eye for detail and was a pleasure to deal with. The job was a big one: repair and redecorate a tenement stairwell which hadn’t seen a paintbrush for several decades. Murray organised the scaffold, painters and plasterers. The result is truly amazing, looks like new again, can’t fault it at all. Thank you to Murray and his team. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Balgreen.

, EH10

25 Jul 2020

Painter and decorator

Murray did a great job of painting our room. Will hire him again.

, EH12

08 Nov 2019

Painter and decorator

Best experience I've had getting work done in our flat. Murray was polite, friendly and professional throughout, as well as incredibly flexible and neat/tidy. He and his team did a great job painting the exterior of all our windows. All aspects of the work was discussed and explained. Very happy, will be coming back in future.

, EH11

05 Jan 2020

Painter and decorator

Good work and communication

, EH14

21 Aug 2019

Painter and decorator

Excellent

, EH14

14 Aug 2019

Painter and decorator

Murray was a very friendly and professional painter and I would recommend him,

, EH11

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BALLGREEN DECORATORS answered questions about Painter and decorator in Currie

Richard Hammond's question
Fri 3 Aug 2018 15:27pm

Hi, my son has roped me in to decorate a room. Has put lining paper on plaster wall as wants "warm to touch" feel. Painted on first base coat of cheap emulsion and lots of bubbles! Suspect wall not sized adequately and paper not pasted thoroughly! Bubbles disappear though as paint dries and walls look great again. My questions: should I cut, reglued bubbles etc after painting top coats, or is it best to just leave them to dry out naturally. Cutting and reposting does spoil finish. Should I size any other plaster walls with trade contract emulsion, or is it best to size with an oil based paint? Any help much appreciated as want to make sure it's a good job! Richard

  • Murray Scott's Answer
    Mon 13 Aug 2018 21:0pm

    You should size plaster walls before papering with either wallpaper paste or pva glue When you’ve lined the walls The paper sometimes will bubble if you’ve not let the paper dry first also If the bubbles have completely dried back you’ve got away with it the will bubble up with next coat but will dry back if the done that the first time

Carla Beck's question
Wed 18 Jul 2018 6:36am

I removed some torn lining paper from a wall as it was ripped, the lot came off without any water etc and the plaster behind it was very flaky, I sanded this down and mist coated it twice and then put fresh lining paper on top but the lining paper will not stay down, I have reglued the edges that are coming apart but this just keeps drying out and parting more each time. Can you advise what to do next? Is it possible to cross line in with another layer of lining paper?

  • Murray Scott's Answer
    Fri 20 Jul 2018 21:30pm

    Hi sounds to me it’s the loose plaster on the wall I’m afraid I would stir up it completely back to wall again Then scrape any loose plaster Fill any bad areas with easy fill (any good paint supplier will sell it ) Sand all edges away Apply a coat of oil based undercoat to wall allow a day to dry Then put your lining paper up This will work I hope this helps

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Top trades offered by BALLGREEN DECORATORS

Primary trade

Painter and decorator

Internal Painting & Decorating

Wall Murals / Paint Effects

External Wall Painting

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Whole Internal Refurbishment

Traditional Craftsman

Wall Murals / Paint Effects