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Chessington KT9 Decorators And Painters

Chessington Painter & Decorator

If you are going for a particular look then let the Chessington Decorators know, the amount of paint, wallpaper, tiles and other decorating equipment available can be very overwhelming so sometimes it is best to get a professional’s advice from Chessington Decorators And Painters on the matter. Chessington Decorators And Painters can give excellent advice on all aspects of how you would like your house to look. As there are so many different paint finishes available then it is definitely worth listening to the advice given.

It is recommended that Chessington Decorators And Painters are hired rather than carrying out the work yourself. The reason for this is that some jobs are actually harder than they look, and if you aren’t completely sure on what you are doing then it is always best to get the Chessington Decorators And Painters in for some high valued advice. Hanging, removing and replacing wallpaper can often prove to be a difficult job even though it doesn’t look that hard to do. Wallpaper that is applied incorrectly will not only look terrible but can be very costly to replace and remove, you could actually end up spending more money trying to fix your own handiwork than you would having originally hired a fully qualified Chessington Decorators And Painters.

Hiring Chessington Decorators And Painters will essentially minimise stress, as you can just leave it to the professionals and be secure in the knowledge that the work will be done to a high quality finish.

About Chessington:

Its name came from Anglo-Saxon Cissan dūn = “hill belonging to [a man named] Cissa
Chessington appears in Domesday Book as Cisedune and Cisendone. It was held partly by Robert de Wateville and partly by Milo (Miles) Crispin. Its Domesday assets were: 1½ hides; part of a mill worth 2s, 4 ploughs, woodland worth 30 hogs.
The mansion at Chessington World of Adventures known today as the Burnt Stub was originally built in 1348. In the English Civil War it became a royalist stronghold and was razed to the ground by Oliver Cromwell’s Parliamentary forces giving it its modern name. The site became an inn and was then rebuilt on a grander scale from the 18th century by the Vere Barker family in a neo-gothic Victorian style. The grounds were turned into a zoo in 1931 by Reginald Goddard. Chessington Zoo became part of the Tussauds Group in 1978 and is now operated as a theme park. The mansion remain as part of the park as a magic house called Hocus Pocus Hall.

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