Here we have an example of painting a newly built staircase in a newly built property in Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin.
The staircase was knotted with “bin” primer first to make sure the knots in the wood would not bleed through the final paint job over time. This can often be seen in woodwork in many houses, where the woodwork has brown stains coming through the paint.
So with this prevented, the staircase was sanded and undercoated three times and finished in white eggshell.
We made sure the underside of the handrail remained free of paint, giving a sharp finish to the wood. The handrail was finished in a satin water-based varnish, with a rub down between coats for a super smooth finish. A lot of work goes into such a project. So if you have painting and decorating to do please contact us today.
If you need your staircase painted, then give Paul at Impressions Painting and Decorating a call on 0872704879 or fill in the contact form and we’ll call you back.