Dawn Piercy Painter & Decorator


How often should you paint your home?

The outside of your home needs a new coat of paint every 4 to 5 years and living areas every 3 to 4 years depending on the elements. If you leave it too long and the paint starts to deteriorate, it will cost a great deal more to bring the home back to its original glory.

Don’t DIY!

Painting has to be one of the home improvement jobs that everyone thinks is easy. But the truth is, it’s easy to do a bad job. Professional painters have the correct equipment and without it, it can be a difficult task getting to those hard-to-reach areas. Dawn will take care of all the hard work, providing a high quality, professional finish, while you sit back and relax.

Protecting your property

Dawn’s priority is to leave your home looking fabulous, which includes avoiding paint drips and splatters. She will cover and protect your property with dust sheets and she masks off the area to be painted. At the end of the day, Dawn removes all the masking and dust sheets, leaving you to enjoy the new, fresh look of your home.

Premium paint

Dawn only uses quality paints. There’s a big difference between high quality and inferior paints. Cheaper paints look fine when going on the walls wet, but by the time the paint is dry, the difference in quality and coverage is very noticeable. By using Dawn to paint your home, you’ll be investing in a professional painter and quality paints. You’ll get the best value for money in the long term and you will not be disappointed in the result.

Colour consultation and advice

With the overwhelming choice of colours, textures and finishes available today, making a decision for the new look of your home can be a daunting task. Dawn can help you with basic colour choices to suit the style of your home.

Flexible quotes and time frames

Dawn works hard on every job she undertakes to make sure it meets your expectations. She can give you a quote to paint your whole home, or she can break it down into individual rooms if you want to do it a little at a time.