Decorating | Renovations | Repairs
Should your DIY ever need to become DDIFY (Dean Does It For You)
I'm no different to any other person on earth, with a domestic to-do list that stretches to infinity (and beyond!). Should you ever feel that there are certain jobs that you're just never going to get round to - kindly give me a shout.
I can't swear blindly that I can tackle all and sundry, but if I can do the job: it will always be done to the very best of my abilities. In the event that I can't, I will graciously advise you so beforehand; and hopefully hand over to someone else or a company more adept or specialised in that field. My foremost consideration is to successfully solve your property maintenance woes, not worsen them.
Moving along: I would like to imagine this to be a rather common I'm-going-to-get-round-to-it-someday job, so I thought I'd share a few examples of garage doors that I have refurbished. Based on your personal circumstances, it may be a case of needing a new garage door completely (something I do not supply or fit); or salvaging your current door and getting it to pristine condition again. That: I Can Do!
Front of Garage Before RenovationThe front of this particular garage ended up looking like this purely down to time and weather. The bottom half of the paint on the door was at fall-off point, and the timber surround had either spots of severe rot, or total rot. The overhead lengths needed complete replacement, while the frame required very rotten spots either cut away or drilled out.
Vinyl Wrapped Garage Door
This is the 'BEFORE' shot of a garage door that I stripped and wrapped in adhesive vinyl.
As can be seen, it had several layers (and years) of paint to get through.
Vinyl Wrapped Garage DoorAnd, obviously, this is the 'AFTER' shot of the same garage door once the job was done.
Well, you have seen examples of two garage doors that were revamped: one with an oil-based outdoor paint, and the other wrapped in medium range outdoor red vinyl. Let's move on to fence repairs: Whether a new fence is required, or an existing one needs mending or replacing; I think I know the guy for the job. Further, I am happy to source and supply all the kit needed, or simply supply my labour.
Repairs And Decorating
Now kindly follow me to a bedroom that needed a bit of plaster where a hand basin had been, a new light fitting, some electrics moving and a new lick of paint to round it all off. Newly built-in shelves, wardrobes and desk (built by another contractor) also needed painting.