Textured wall Coatings in Finchley North London

 

We can go anywhere in the UK and do but based in Hertfordshire
We cover Hertfordshire - Bedfordshire - Berkshire - Buckinghamshire - Cambridgeshire - Essex - Hampshire
Kent - Norfolk
- Northamptonshire - North London - Middlesex - Oxfordshire - Suffolk - Surrey - Sussex - Wiltshire

 

Barnet - Bounds GreenCamdenEdmontonEdgware - Enfield - FinchleyHampsteadHarrowHighgate Islington
Kentish Town - Palmers GreenSouthgate Tottenham - Turnpike Lane - Wembley - Whetstone - Wood GreenWoodford

 

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Fully guaranteed for 15 years – Weather proofs walls – Prevents penetrating damp – Allows walls to breathe – Available in a range of colours and textures

Why pay more, when you can pay less with Wall To Wall Ltd Services our work is guaranteed for 15 years

We specialise in all aspects of exterior wall maintenance, repairs and weatherproofing. If your home suffers from penetrative damp, cracked render, or broken brickwork 
Wall To Wall Ltd Services is your solution. Our friendly trained specialist crew will leave your home maintenance free and a just decorated look which will last for years to come.

Andura are the largest manufacturers of long life textured coatings in Europe, with an excellent track record in large commercial projects and home improvements. Established in 1985, Andura manufacture a wide range of products for the protection and decoration of building surfaces.  The coatings comprise of textured, smooth and clear coatings for walls, roof coatings and additional specialised products.


 

Finchley

Finchley is a district of North London, England, in the London Borough of Barnet. Finchley is on high ground, about 11 km (6.8 mi) north of Charing Cross. It formed an ancient parish in the county of Middlesex, becoming a municipal borough in 1933, and has formed part of Greater London since 1965. It is predominantly a residential suburb, with three town centres.Finchley probably means Finch's clearing or finches' clearing in late Anglo-Saxon; the name was first recorded in the early 13th century. Finchley is not recorded in the Domesday book, but by the 11th century its lands were already included in those of the Bishop of London. The medieval Great North Road, which ran through the common, was notorious for Highwaymen until the early 19th century.