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We are a time served, Decorating company, specialising in Interior, wallpaper hanging, wood and floor stripping, renovation and commercial works even shopfitting.

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HAUS DESIGN AND DECORATE LIMITED rated for Painter and decorator in Shipley


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32 total ratings 2 last 30 days 7 last 6 months 19 last 12 months

19 Sep 2020

Painter and decorator

Matt was very reliable - turned up when he said he would, worked hard all day, stayed late when needed. Did a great job - we are very pleased with the results.

, LS28

02 Sep 2020

Painter and decorator

A great job done by Matt. He was punctual , professional ,very tidy and did a fab job of filling, painting and glossing our bedroom. We have asked him to come and do further work for us .

, LS21

01 Jun 2020

Painter and decorator

I am in the final stages of developing a 4/5 bedroom semi detached house in Eastburn. It is a fairly large development project. Being such, the whole house needed painting and varnishing all the Oak veneer doors. Matt was very quick to respond with a very competitive quote. Right from the outset Matt created milestones, outlining each stage from start to finish. Matt always did that little bit extra of what was asked of him and his quality of work is outstanding and the painting throughout the house pops.

, BD20

07 Mar 2020

Painter and decorator

Could not fault him very pleasant and explained the job in detail would recommend his service's

, BD20

06 Jun 2020

Painter and decorator

did an excellent job and was most helpful to us in moving things about

, BB18

02 Jul 2020

Painter and decorator

An excellent painter and decorator. Professional, clean, tidy, unobtrusive and a perfectionist.

, LS22

17 Mar 2020

Painter and decorator

Fantastic work Matt did more than expected to a very high standard. Polite, good communicator and left everything clean and tidy. Would highly recommend and certainly only use him in future

, LS16

07 Jul 2020

Painter and decorator

When the decorator first came to assess the property, we were a little unsure as to whether he would be able to fulfill his promises. However, what he said he would do was a total understatement of his talent. The now completed job is way above the expectations that we had. Haus Design and decoration get 6 stars from us!

, BD18

04 Feb 2020

Painter and decorator

Matt did a superb job and was very quick too. Nothing was too much trouble and I would not hesitate in recommending him to anyone I know.

, HX2

24 Dec 2019

Painter and decorator

Extremely happy with the work that Matt carried out 5 stars thanks for all your assistance will defiantly look to use him again.

, BB18

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HAUS DESIGN AND DECORATE LIMITED answered questions about Painter and decorator in Shipley

Anthony Stadler's question
Mon 1 Jul 2019 15:0pm

I need parking spaces painted what type of tradesman should I select?

  • Matt Jenkinson's Answer
    Tue 9 Jul 2019 5:57am

    Hi anthony, as a decorator, I have done this before on a road and a car park on a variety of surfaces. First the surface must be swept clean, no loose clippings etc, we use a stiff brush or our extractor. We then mark out the lines with tape, and using a blowtorch heat up the coovar line paint until bubbling then torch the surface to give it a key. Then apply two coats of paint, normally have a scaffolding plank to kneel on, then remove tape, give it 48 hours to cure. Hope this helps. Matt.

Michael Anderson's question
Mon 8 Jul 2019 9:57am

The vinyl wallpaper instructions say paste the wall, can you paste the wallpaper and hang it as usual?

  • Matt Jenkinson's Answer
    Mon 8 Jul 2019 20:15pm

    Hi Michael, in my experience I’ve always got a sharper finish with paste the wall, and it tends to be more expensive rolls. That said, it’s quicker, they are stronger, they won’t expand, and you can get a sharper finish. And you don’t tend to end up with paste on the face of the paper. So no, you obviously could paste the paper But I can’t work out why you would want to do it. I’ve added some extra information for you, hopefully you find it of some use. So no paste the wall, check the type of paste needed, there are two types, ready mixed or flaked, it will say on the roll. Obviously you’ve already made sure you have enough rolls (add an extra roll) and they are the same batch. You have a clean board, so you can measure and cut, (if not lay some 1000 grade lining paper over the board and secure with masking tape. You’ll be going over a lined wall, that’s already been sanded and filled, sized, start in the middle after measuring to find the point, get a spirit level and score a line in pencil to start from and work outwards. I personally use a decent blade, Olfa and their blades are the best and the Axus Japanese shears will ensure you don’t get any “freighted” edges. Clean as you go with a bin bag, and Make sure you have a decent cellulose sponge, washed out prior to use in a kettle (plastic pot) of clean water. Finally in terms of hanging, depending on the paper, I always test a bit of the paper with paste, see how durable it is, some of these prints the slightest bit of paste on the face of the paper could leave a mark. Also, when I’m hanging paper I like to work on the seam so you can’t see a join, my dad taught me to open the joint up once hung and put a bit of extra paste in there, especially if you have to move it around a bit on the wall. And I work on the seam using the back of my fingernails. Hope this helps. Oh and of Course, you will make sure you have the heating off, before during and after even though its paste the wall. Good luck, Matt.

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