Since 1925 this home has stood overlooking Little Shoal Bay on Auckland’s North Shore. During this time it has been subjected to a constant barrage of weather and it really took its toll on the homes wooden weatherboards and windows. Adorned with beautiful stained glass windows and unique brass fittings the house painters carefully prepared and painted this home to ensure the finish will last the test of time, and weather.
Several sections required the paint to be removed back to bare timber. The paint removal was achieved using the Paintshaver Pro and commercial sanders. All machines are connected to a vacuum to reduce dust and debris onsite.
Once the sanding preparation was completed the bare weatherboard timber and windows received a coat of a primer, sealer undercoat. Filling, sanding, and siliconing was then undertaken to reduce any imperfections and achieve a sound surface for the colour coats.