“Our house is a 17th century timber framed building, with old exposed oak beams in most rooms that had been painted a very dark brown. We wanted to get the appearance of the house back to the original untreated oak, but were put off having our beams sand blasted because of the disruption involved, and possible damage to delicate timbers. So we went with Pillar to Post as they offered a no-mess, non-invasive process. We had all the beams in our house treated and are really pleased with the results. Not only are the rooms brighter but all the character that was lost under thick coats of dark paint has been restored. What’s more, the finish that they used means there was no need for us to have the timbers stripped, varnished or stained, and there was no need to vacate the house or put up with messy dust extraction. We are very happy to endorse their approach, and recommend them for anyone facing a similar situation.”
Dr Mike Burr.

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“I am delighted with the work that Pillar to Post have performed in my Lindfield home.
The quality of the work is second to none and the transformation of the several rooms is amazing. Previously dark and rather oppressive, these rooms have become much lighter and brighter whilst still retaining their character.
Mark is an extremely conscientious, skilled worker and was most impressive. He was a delight to have around and was extremely neat and tidy. I would heartily recommend him.”
Simon Cartwright.

IMG_0249“We are delighted with the transformation of the beams in our 17th C. cottage, from black to natural, which has also lightened the room. And all with minimal disturbance.”
George and Jo, Steyning.
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