Painting & Decorating

Once we have cleaned or cleared a property, the true state of the decor becomes apparent. We are frequently asked if we know a good painter and decorator. We can go one better, we have a team of decorating specialists that work with us to help spruce up your property once we’ve cleared out all the junk and rubbish.

We’ve decorated properties of all sizes and values. Whether you want a luxury or budget, our experienced decorators will work with you to understand what you want from the revamp and provide you with a range of options at every stage. We are flexible and can work as part of a larger team or we can project manage a whole ourselves, dealing with other tradesmen and minimising your involvement.

INTERNAL PAINTING

Internal painting can be time-consuming, especially at the preparation stage. Poorly prepared walls will hinder the whole process, adding time and money to the job. Selecting the wrong finish can have a huge impact on the look of an area.

There are many more factors to consider than the two above but they hopefully illustrate how quickly what appears to be a simple job can turn into an ordeal. Call the experts at CleanScene for fast and efficient service.

EXTERNAL PAINTING

The exterior is the first part of any building that people see so exterior painting is extremely important in maintaining the look of your property. First impressions count and CleanScene can help you make sure your is a good one.

Particular attention is paid to the setup and preparation of every external painting job we undertake. External paint has to be far more durable than interior paint as it must cope with the worst the UK weather can throw at it. Failure to properly prepare a surface for external paint can result in the job having to be done again or repaired long before it should be.

We are dab hands at all popular finishes so be it matt, gloss or silk paint, pebble dash, stucco or render, CleanScene can get your property sparkling, inside and out.

WALLPAPERING

The post 70s/80s trend away from wallpaper had now come full circle, with Glasgow home to contemporary wall covering pioneers such as Timorous Beastie. Wallpaper is bold, it’s back, and it’s here to stay.

Advances in printing technology mean wallpaper is now a different beast than a couple of decades ago. Digital imagery and digital printing technology have meant almost anything can be printed on the wallpaper now. The range of choices is simply bewildering and custom papers can be created in small batches so the world is your oyster. If you can imagine it, it can be created and printed.

Most of our jobs are not custom wallpaper though. We regularly help clients decorate rooms simple yet elegantly and with cost in mind. Our extensive bank of industry contacts, acquired over our 20+ in the business, meaning we can source high-quality materials cheaper than most companies.

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Let us know all about your decorating project and we’ll supply a range of options and a competitive quote.

WHY IS RECYCLING IMPORTANT?

We recycle over 95% of the waste we collect, here’s why that’s a really important number:

Opting to use recycled materials in the production of a product uses significantly less energy than sourcing, extracting and refining raw materials, even when you factor in the costs of transport and the recycling processses themselves.

Recycling reduces the need to further strip the planet of its rapidly dimishing natural resources. For every fresh resource taken from the Earth, there is extra energy required and accompanying air and water pollution, to one degree or another. Reusing and recycling material is a key process if we, as individuals and organisations, seek to do what we can to protect the world for future generations.

Our recycle where possible policy helps contribute to the national campaign to reduce the UK’s levels of landfill. Recycling converts unwanted materials into fresh resources that can be used in many different manufacturing processes. Every item we recycle is one less that goes to landfill. These mountains of unwanted goods, much of which can be recycled and reused, are spread over 1500 site across the UK. These sites produced 35.6% of the UK’s methane emissions in 2010. Methane is a key contributor to climate change and anything we can do to limit its production is vital for future generations.

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