Paintersin Maitland, NSW

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Painters in Maitland are some of the most fastidious and precise professionals in the region. It doesn't matter whether you're a painting business owner and looking to subcontract a couple of extra workers to get the job done before the deadline or you just need help painting your new home. Maitland ...painters are highly experienced within the industry and can provide you with expert painting advice or even complete the job for you at an affordable price. LocalSearch can help you find a painting expert near you in the click of a button.  Read more Read less

Cody Painting Services

Honest & caring tradesman

Maitland NSW 2320

Honest & caring tradesman

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Dale Challand Painting

The domestic & heritage painting specialist in Maitland

All Areas Maitland NSW 2320

The domestic & heritage painting specialist in Maitland

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    How long will it take for the paint to dry?
    Acrylic (latex) paint dries much faster than Alkyd (oil). Usually a couple of hours is plenty of time. Oil paint though should dry overnight. Flat paint may dry faster than semi gloss.
  • FAQ
    How many painters will be sent to work in my home?
    The number of workers assigned to a job will vary depending on the scope and size of the job they’re doing.
  • FAQ
    I need to decide which paint to use on wood but I’m not sure which type it is. How do I figure it out?
    You can determine the type of wood you’re dealing with by sanding some exposed wood until it has an almost new appearance. If it has a reddish colour, or a grey one if exposed to the sun, it’s usually cedar or redwood. Pine will be quite soft and look yellow.
  • FAQ
    How long does it take to get a certain project completed?
    This will depend on the nature of the work you require. In most cases, the work will be done in 1 or 2 days. In rare cases, such as if your project is very elaborate or you have a large property, completing all the work required may take a bit more time.
  • FAQ
    Is it really necessary to use primer on pre-primed hardboard siding after it is installed on a house?
    You may check the recommendations issued by the manufacturer while planning your project. As a general rule, a coat of exterior alkyl primer is used before two coats of acrylic latex paint produces a superior result that lasts longer. Paint adheres better when exterior primer has been applied to the hardboard. It also helps seal the material from the elements, thus preventing deterioration as it gets exposed to moisture and water on a regular basis.
  • FAQ
    Oil or Latex?
    Latex paints are more environmentally friendly than oil based paints. With oil based paints there are paint fumes to contend with that can be particularly bothersome on interior painting jobs. There is also a by product of dirty paint thinner that requires a trip to your local toxic waste site. (We always get rid of this waste as part of our work.)
  • FAQ
    How do I maintain my exterior painting job?
    On a regular basis you should walk around the exterior of your home looking for dry rot, water penetration, cracks, and chalking. About once a year it is a good idea to pressure wash your home to remove the accumulation of surface dirt.
  • FAQ
    What should I look for when hiring a painting contractor?
    There are several key things to look for when choosing a painting contractor. At the very least, check to see if they are licensed, insured, experienced and capable of completing work. Look for reputable companies with local references.
  • FAQ
    How do I maintain my interior painting job?
    Interior paint typically gets dirty in many situations: hand prints around switches and knobs; splashes in kitchens and bathrooms; marks on hallways and corridors; “soot” accumulating above electric lamps and other heat sources. Removing dirt before it accumulates not only improves appearance, it reduces chances of it getting permanently embedded in the paint film.
  • FAQ
    What is paint actually made of?
    Paint is a group of emulsions made up of pigments suspended in liquid. Paints used today are made out of a variety of compounds. Some of them are optimised for specific uses, such as residential, commercial and furniture paints.

Hosemans Painting

Over 30 years of experience

Maitland NSW 2320

Over 30 years of experience

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Fletcher Painting

Solutions for even the smallest problems

Servicing Maitland, NSW

Solutions for even the smallest problems

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Craig’s Home Maintenance Handyman Service and Labour Hire

When experience counts

Servicing Maitland, NSW
5.02 reviews

When experience counts

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This business has provided a valid ABN or ACN
5.02 reviews

Adeco Painting Services Pty Ltd

Maitland NSW 2320

Andrew Marriott Painting

Maitland NSW 2320

BMB Painting & Decorating

Maitland NSW 2320

Craig Hill Painting & Decorating

Maitland NSW 2320

Eden Janissen Painting & Decorating

Maitland NSW 2320

Johns Donald

Maitland NSW 2320

Millenium Roofing

Maitland NSW 2320

Mr Maintenance Hunter Valley

Maitland NSW 2320

Natural Edge Painting & Decorating

Maitland NSW 2320

Pro Finish Painting

Maitland NSW 2320

Ron Parker

Maitland NSW 2320

Valley Painting & Maintenance

Maitland NSW 2320

Valley Painting Pty Ltd

Maitland NSW 2320

Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    What is paint actually made of?
    Paint is a group of emulsions made up of pigments suspended in liquid. Paints used today are made out of a variety of compounds. Some of them are optimised for specific uses, such as residential, commercial and furniture paints.
  • FAQ
    How do I maintain my interior painting job?
    Interior paint typically gets dirty in many situations: hand prints around switches and knobs; splashes in kitchens and bathrooms; marks on hallways and corridors; “soot” accumulating above electric lamps and other heat sources. Removing dirt before it accumulates not only improves appearance, it reduces chances of it getting permanently embedded in the paint film.
  • FAQ
    What should I look for when hiring a painting contractor?
    There are several key things to look for when choosing a painting contractor. At the very least, check to see if they are licensed, insured, experienced and capable of completing work. Look for reputable companies with local references.
  • FAQ
    How do I maintain my exterior painting job?
    On a regular basis you should walk around the exterior of your home looking for dry rot, water penetration, cracks, and chalking. About once a year it is a good idea to pressure wash your home to remove the accumulation of surface dirt.
  • FAQ
    Oil or Latex?
    Latex paints are more environmentally friendly than oil based paints. With oil based paints there are paint fumes to contend with that can be particularly bothersome on interior painting jobs. There is also a by product of dirty paint thinner that requires a trip to your local toxic waste site. (We always get rid of this waste as part of our work.)
  • FAQ
    Is it really necessary to use primer on pre-primed hardboard siding after it is installed on a house?
    You may check the recommendations issued by the manufacturer while planning your project. As a general rule, a coat of exterior alkyl primer is used before two coats of acrylic latex paint produces a superior result that lasts longer. Paint adheres better when exterior primer has been applied to the hardboard. It also helps seal the material from the elements, thus preventing deterioration as it gets exposed to moisture and water on a regular basis.
  • FAQ
    How long does it take to get a certain project completed?
    This will depend on the nature of the work you require. In most cases, the work will be done in 1 or 2 days. In rare cases, such as if your project is very elaborate or you have a large property, completing all the work required may take a bit more time.
  • FAQ
    I need to decide which paint to use on wood but I’m not sure which type it is. How do I figure it out?
    You can determine the type of wood you’re dealing with by sanding some exposed wood until it has an almost new appearance. If it has a reddish colour, or a grey one if exposed to the sun, it’s usually cedar or redwood. Pine will be quite soft and look yellow.
  • FAQ
    How many painters will be sent to work in my home?
    The number of workers assigned to a job will vary depending on the scope and size of the job they’re doing.
  • FAQ
    How long will it take for the paint to dry?
    Acrylic (latex) paint dries much faster than Alkyd (oil). Usually a couple of hours is plenty of time. Oil paint though should dry overnight. Flat paint may dry faster than semi gloss.

JR Complete Painting

Servicing Maitland, NSW

Londero Painting

Servicing Maitland, NSW

Rite Price Painting Service

16 Lindesay St Maitland NSW 2320

Flannery Paul

Servicing Maitland, NSW

Maitland Painting Professionals

Servicing Maitland, NSW

Northumberland Painting

Servicing Maitland, NSW

SKG Painting Pty Ltd

Servicing Maitland, NSW
5.01 review

Baker K W Painting & Building Maintenance

Servicing Maitland, NSW

Hunter Maintenance Painting

Servicing Maitland, NSW

Peter’s Painting & Home Maintenance

Servicing Maitland, NSW

Paul Perry Painting

Servicing Maitland, NSW

Whittaker Painting & Decorating

Servicing Maitland, NSW

Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    How long will it take for the paint to dry?
    Acrylic (latex) paint dries much faster than Alkyd (oil). Usually a couple of hours is plenty of time. Oil paint though should dry overnight. Flat paint may dry faster than semi gloss.
  • FAQ
    How many painters will be sent to work in my home?
    The number of workers assigned to a job will vary depending on the scope and size of the job they’re doing.
  • FAQ
    I need to decide which paint to use on wood but I’m not sure which type it is. How do I figure it out?
    You can determine the type of wood you’re dealing with by sanding some exposed wood until it has an almost new appearance. If it has a reddish colour, or a grey one if exposed to the sun, it’s usually cedar or redwood. Pine will be quite soft and look yellow.
  • FAQ
    How long does it take to get a certain project completed?
    This will depend on the nature of the work you require. In most cases, the work will be done in 1 or 2 days. In rare cases, such as if your project is very elaborate or you have a large property, completing all the work required may take a bit more time.