Louis Mahony has over 16 years’ industry experience. He is committed to excellent customer service and prides himself on high-quality workmanship at an affordable price. He and his team are polite, courteous and will always treat you and your home with respect.
Louis Mahony from Melville Ceilings has 16 years’ industry experience. He is committed to excellent customer service and prides himself on high-quality workmanship at an affordable price. Whether you have a small or large job for him to do, he and his team pride themselves on delivering top quality workmanship every single time. They are polite, courteous and will always treat you and your home with respect, leaving everything clean and tidy when they have finished the job.
Over the years, you can expect to see a few minor cracks in your walls and ceilings, particularly if you live in an old house. But if you notice your ceiling drooping, lines appearing or if you see major cracks and mould, don’t ignore them or one day you could come home to find your ceiling on the floor. Louis and his team can provide expert advice on the best course of action to prevent your ceiling from collapsing.
Signs of a sagging ceiling include:
Brown brick interior walls were popular in the 70s, but now just make a room look dark and dingy. Louis can easily install dry walling over the top of the bricks, leaving them ready for you to paint in your favourite colour. This will give a modern, bright new feel to your home.
If your ceiling is past its prime, you may be better off installing a new one. Louis can provide an affordable quote and then completely replace any existing ceiling with the minimum of fuss and mess.
If you’re looking for that special touch for your home, Melville Ceilings can install a wide range decorative ceiling roses, corbels, vents, ceiling panels, picture rails and beads to give your room that wow factor.
You might think a sagging ceiling would be obvious, but you'd be wrong! You might have a sagging ceiling and not even realise until you come home one day and find your ceiling on the floor.
If you’ve got old fashioned, dark exposed brick in your home, or a ceiling and walls that have seen better days, here’s the perfect solution without having to do a major renovation.
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We're still looking for that one local business to join Little Aussie's recommended business network. So to help you in the meantime, here are a few businesses near your home that you can choose from.