Whangarei & Northland
Phone: 09 433 6187
Apotu Road, Whangarei
Kerikeri & Far North
Phone: 09 407 1540
Do your walls look a bit faded? Does your house need some serious TLC? Sure, you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. But putting a fresh coat of paint on interior or exterior walls doesn’t just make the house or room look nicer and cleaner. Replacing old paint is the perfect time to give your walls a good wash, removing grime, dirt and mouldy patches, and to look for damages in the plastering. Especially exterior walls are constantly exposed to the elements. Using the right paint can help protect your house from wind and rain and avoid costly repairs in the long run. If left unattended, even the tiniest crack in the wall can lead to serious water damage.
No matter how big or small, with 30 years of experience in residential and commercial paint projects, Northland Painters will make sure the job gets done quickly and to the highest standards. Using only premium quality paints and paint products from Dulux and Resene, the team can paint anything from houses and roofs to sheds, barns and swimming pools. They prep all surfaces properly and fix potential holes and cracks to ensure the paint goes on smoothly and stays on for years to come.
Northland Painters pride themselves on excellent customer service, and communication with each client throughout the entire process is vital to minimise disturbances for the occupants of houses and offices. You will always be in the know as to how long a job will take, what arrangements will need to be made such as shifting of furniture, and the teams will ensure that floors and other areas are properly protected.
With thousands of metres of residential and office walls and building exteriors being painted each year, you can rest assured that Northland Painters know what they’re doing. For your next painting project, give the friendly team a call to receive your free, non-obligatory quote. Northland Painters operate anywhere in Northland from as far south as Wellsford to all the way up north in Kaitaia.