WHAT WE DO.
Cosmetic Repair Specialist.
The professional repairing & restoring of most types surfaces that become damaged in your home or place of work. Surfaces such as baths, sinks, work tops, floor & wall tiles, doors, window frames (to name a few). Scratches, cracks, dents, heat damage, chips, Stains or discolouration can be cosmetically repaired making them virtually invisible.
Most Hard Materials :
ceramic, enamel, granite, glazed tiles, stone, UPVC, quartz, stainless steel, brick etc. Though soft leather can also be repaired. The ability to make such repairs means that there is no longer the need to “Rip out and Replace”. What do you do if items are no longer in production and you can not replace like for like. An incredible repair is the option. Saves you money, your time and inconvenience. Repairs are carried out in situ, using state of the art repair techniques & materials, which are quick curing & ready for use the same day.
The environmental option that saves landfill & associated disposal costs.
“Repair rather than replace”.
Permanent guaranteed repairs.
Before making an insurance claim, consider repairing. Your buildings and contents policy will normally stipulate an excess to pay on any claim and this may be more or similar to the cost of a repair. Keep a no claim record with your insurer.
Then give us a call or email for a no obligation quote.
The repair of damage to surfaces such as walls, floors, doors, bathroom items, kitchen worktops, cabinets, white goods and numerous other fittings.
Areas within Cornwall that we cover are:
Penzance, Newlyn, Mousehole, Sennen, St Just, St Ives, Carbis Bay, Lelant, Hayle, Marazion, Helston, Pothleven, Camborne, Redruth, Portreath, Perranporth, Newquay, Summercourt, St Columb Major,Truro, Falmouth, Penryn & villages in between.
“Repair rather than replace”
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Please enter your contact details and a description of the damage that needs repairing. Ideally attach [in drag & drop or select file] a photo showing the damage. When taking the photo place an item, such as a coin, next to the damage to give an idea of scale.
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