Hi! Welcome to Expert Spray Painting. We are a new fully-insured spray painting company based in Dublin. Our staff counts with years of experience in the industry, specialised particularly in kitchen and furniture respray.
Our goal is to fulfill and exceed our clients’ expectations. There is no greater satisfaction than receiving a big smile after a job is completed.
Why spray painting? - Spraying is the highest-quality painting method available for wooden and PVC surfaces, with the smoothest and most homogeneous finish, compared with the dripping roller and the streaking brush.
Why Expert Spray Painting? - We are a small family business, who knows how important it is to make your home warm and cozy. Small changes make big differences: paint your kitchen and furniture in colours you love, and you’ll be delighted of the new refreshing look your home will have.
Spray painting 1st stage process - Customers contact us by sending a picture of the kitchen or furniture they would like painted. After receiving our free quote and agreeing to it, we arrange to collect the items and bring them to our workshop. All fixed parts will be sprayed on site. Please note that as we protect all surrounding areas there is a possibility of peeling of walls and ceilings.
Once in the workshop - We clean throughly all surfaces to remove dirt and grease - Fix gaps with wood filler where needed - Sand to smooth the sprayable area - Pass a waxed cloth to remove any dust - Spray two coats of primer - Sand and clean again - Spray three top coats of polyurethane paint.
We can match any colour of any brand, and you can choose between matte, satin or gloss finish. Same process is carried out, if needed, on the fixed parts which we would spray on site.
Contrarily to our competitors, 100% of the job would be sprayed, no hand painting, guaranteeing a top quality result. Spray painting is usually the dearest painting method, given its complexity, multiple materials and high preparation time.
For instance, for each liter of polyurethane paint, we need to use - 1 liter of primer - 1 liter of slow thinner - 1/2 liter of hardener - 1 shot of anti-sylicon. All this adds up to approximately 60€ and would cover the area of a standard door.
Please consider that any item composed by two or more pieces normally expands and contracts due to changes of temperature and humidity in the environment. Due to these variations, there is a risk of cracks in the paint. This can happen with any type of paint (oil-based, water-based, lacquer, polyurethane), depending on how extreme are the changes the item is exposed to.
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