Style Decor

Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire
Member Since: 8th Aug 2019


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About Us:

I am passionate and take pride in my work in all aspects, job satisfaction and customer satisfaction is key.


I have a wealth of experience within the painting and decorating trade in both areas of domestic and the commercial side. Ranging from interior and exterior refurbishment on newly constructed Wimpey homes and also full school refurbishments during term times. The above work was undertaken whilst living in London. I brought my business back up to Yorkshire some 5 years ago and continue in the success of offering a range of services ranging from painting and decorating/wallpapering to general house maintenance and fencing.


Level 1 accreditation to Health and Safety in Construction.

Level 1 Diploma in Painting and Decorating.

CSCS card holder.


4 reviews, 100% Positive
Paint decorate - Painting & decorating job in Leeds

“100% recommend, puts heart and sole into every detail. Great guy and will alter anything you aren't happy with. Trustworthy and great communication. Fantastic quality of work, already organised for further works to be carried out. ”
Ceiling and walls lining papered please - Painting & decorating job in Bradford

“Came at short notice which great did a great job with what we wanted, so good infact we got him to do more for us. ”
Painted whole flat - Painting & decorating job in Leeds

“The service was impeccable. Worked through and got the job finished in record timing. The painting was perfect. I highly recommend Jim. Thorough, efficient, brilliant timekeeping, takes pride in his work. Excellent”
Full redecoration. - Painting & decorating job in Leeds

“I started off by just wanting my bedroom refreshing with a lick of paint his price was very reasonable compared to what I had been quoted from others. I was apprehensive about letting a workman in as its just myself and my daughter. All the stuff you see on tv about being ripped but he immediately put me at ease. James was very professional he came on the days and time he said he would and worked hard on my room, not to mention how unbelievably tidy he was (brought his own hoover)! I initially wanted to be in when he was there but I ended up giving him a key so I could go out on my week off. When he had finished by bedroom I was so blown away with the results I booked him in to start the next room which in turn resulted in my whole place being transformed from being a little tired to wow factor. I ended up getting new carpets throughout because it looked so amazing. He even fitted shelves in my cubboard so it turned into a useful space. I honestly couldn't recommend enough trustworthy, hardworking and most importantly takes pride in his work. ”


Yes you can wallpaper over existing wallpaper providing the old wallpaper is completely adhered to the wall.
personally i would not paper over existing wallpaper for many reasons, a few of which are-:
the joints between each piece will be visible.
depending on where the wallpapering is being done i.e living room, then it'll have to be dirt/dust/nicotine free, that kind of thing.
in a nutshell and to achieve pleasing job, i'd strip the walls and then hang lining paper horizontally prior to hanging the wallpaper vertically.
that is the correct way. however i have known people to bypass the lining paper and just hang the wallpaper.
It's difficult to comment on.
i'm assuming it's a standard hall stairs landing?
how many doors and is it both sides?
do you have a banister with spindles?
My theory is that there's a possibility the walls hadn't been mist coated/white washed. so if that is the case, then paint will not adhere hence the wallpaper paste not adhering fully.
Anybody can paint fence panels.
i creocoted 300 feather edge boards 3 weeks ago and i regard and pride myself in the quality of my day to day painting and decorating.
so in answer to your question, absolutely, fence painting is open to all 👍
If the yellow marks cannot be removed by the use of cleaning products then an application of stain block needs to be applied before applying a coat of gloss.
in regards to touching up gloss... depending on how long the initial gloss has been on the windowsill/shelf.
personally i would prep the whole area to be glossed by using sandpaper with the relevant grit/sandpaper grade. then stain block the yellow marks before applying a nice coat of gloss for an overall and even finish.
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