Shane Ward

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About Shane Ward

I have 15yrs experience in painting and decorating industry which over the years I have done all kinds of jobs from ( new builds - refurbishments - redecs - internal and external also industrial work undertaken.

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Shane Ward rated for Carpenter / Joiner in Bury St Edmunds


Overall rating

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

15 Feb 2018

Painter and decorator

I would thoroughly recommend Shane to anyone. He turned up on time, worked extremely hard, and we are delighted with his work.

, NR1

11 Jan 2015


Shane gave a competitive price and has done an excellent job. He also did a couple of other jobs in the house for a good price. He is polite, reliable and I would use him again if required.

, IP14

16 Jan 2015

Painter and decorator

Shane painted my daughter's bedroom and took a lot of trouble over the job, making good the wall surfaces- some of which needed a lot of attention- before painting ceiling, walls and wood work and doing an excellent, professional job.. Polite, courteous and efficient, leaving everything clean and tidy. I would not hesitate to recommend him.

, IP1

07 Dec 2014


He done a good job, good quality, good value. Would definitely use again

, IP14

15 Sep 2014


Very good communication. Good price quoted.

, IP33

22 Aug 2014

Painter and decorator

Mrs Bailey felt very comfortable to allow Shane to have access in all rooms to carry out his work. She was delighted with the high quality of his finished work.

, IP28

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Shane Ward answered questions about Carpenter / Joiner in Bury St Edmunds

's question
Wed 24 Jan 2018 13:10pm
I have just removed, reasonably easily, vinyl paper and am left with black paper which has previously been left as too difficult to get off. Pieces have come off so it's patchy. The walls are going yo be plastered and I have been told that it will have to come off. Water isn't doing it. It's impossible to find an edge to lift and if you can only a miniscule piece is coming off. I have tried steaming which is taking so long I have given up. What can I do. The plasterer is due next week and I am desperate
  • Shane Ward's Answer
    Thu 25 Jan 2018 06:41am
    Hi Best way I find is using a garden sprayer but make sure to adjust the nozzle so it’s sprays out mist not jet and use dif wallpaper stripper once you’ve soaked it a couple of times it come off

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Top trades offered by Shane Ward

Carpenter / Joiner

Garden Shed / Playhouse

Flat Pack Furniture Assembly

Painter and decorator

Internal Painting & Decorating

Wall murals / Paint effects

External wall painting

Floor fitters

Floor Tiling

Gardener / Landscape gardeners

Wooden / Metal gates

Garden Shed / Playhouse