Transforming Your School Interior

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Schools are a hub of activity, which can mean that the building suffers from general marks and scratches that build up over time. In the latest post from A & J Painters and Decorators, we take a look at ways in which schools can transform their interior.

The most common interior issues that affect school buildings are scuff marks on floors and skirting boards, chipped and marked walls and worn floors. However, although these things can make a big difference to the appearance of the building, they can also be easily rectified.

Schools typically wait until the holidays to carry out maintenance work to ensure that all spaces in the building can be accessed.

Floors

The flooring of any space can make a huge difference to the aesthetics of the entire room because it covers the length and width of the space.

Many schools make use of hard wearing flooring that can withstand heavy foot traffic, without wearing down. However, in some traditional school buildings, the floors may need to be repainted or revarnished in order to keep them looking pristine.

Many schools use neutral colours throughout their corridors to ensure that they can be easily repainted when necessary. The environment which you work in can make a huge difference to how motivated you are to work and how focused you are on your work. Calming blues and neutral tones are often used in school environments to promote focus and productivity.

Here at A & J Painters and Decorators, we have been carrying out painting and decorating services for schools across a variety of areas for many years. If you would like to find out more about our services, please call today on 01234 857057. Alternatively, you can send your enquiry through to our online enquiry form and we’ll get back to you shortly.