No need to paint — I am complaining about the quality of the paint and the workmanship.
I had my villa in Spain painted by No need to paint. Everything seemed fine when the job was finished but after a few months I realised I had made a very big mistake and was left with a real horror story.
Firstly, the paint is of a plastic nature and remains very tacky for weeks whiich means that it will attract any dirt that may be in the air.
In relation to the quality of the work we had two mosquito window nets destroyed. However, thr worst part was that the painter made up a sand and cement paste with some gravel also in mix then used it on balustrades. This was done without any permission whatsover. When painted with the andura paint it attracted any dirt particles in the air. After about six months the entire house looked absolutely dreadful.
Eventfully I got the company to repaint the house with local paint but they were not interested in trying to get the balustrades back to their original condition.
This paint job waa supposed to last fifteen years and cost an awful lot of money.
My advise to anybody wanting to get their house painted is to stay clear from no need to paint whatever you do.
As far as I am concerned this is a real con