Paint systems for earthquake affected buildings


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Resene paint Systems for painting earthquake affected buildings
1. Ceilings
2. New plasterboard walls
3. Repainting hallways, stairways, bedrooms and living rooms
4. Repainting kitchens and living rooms – including open plan
5 .Painting over wallpaper (in good condition)
6. Repaired damaged plasterboards
7. Stripping old wallpaper
8. New wooden windows, doors and joinery
9. Repainting wooden windows, doors and joinery
10. Painting timber, weatherboards and linea in good condition
11. Stucco, render, plaster, in-situ concrete and fibre cement
12. Repainting roofs in good condition
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