Scott and Sons Interior Sprayers

Quality Interior Spray Painting at Great Prices

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Welcome To Scott and Sons

Scott and Son Interior Sprayers has been in operation for over 25 years, providing high-quality interior spray painting services for new builds, homes, and apartments across all of Dublin and surrounding areas. Our core business started in 1961. Our initial roots were in the traditional painting and decorating market, moving into interior spray painting having seen a gap in the market for this particular service. 

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Why Us?

Here at Scott and Son Interior Sprayers, we pride ourselves on offering a high-quality service that you can rely on. Quality was always paramount to us, and after investigating the largely American concept of spraying the walls and ceilings of a new build, the benefits were clearly shown. We knew that this would be a very useful service for the many new home builders across the island and so, began to provide this innovative service. In the months that followed, we trained our staff and acquired the latest spraying technology to carry out interior spray painting services to new builds across Dublin and Ireland. Spraying contracts quickly started to overtake traditional works and it wasn’t long before we were catering solely for spraying contracts.

What Our Clients Are Saying On Google

Emma Clarke
Emma Clarke
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Scott and Sons Interior Sprayers transformed our new home with their spray painting expertise. The finish is perfect, and they worked efficiently. Highly recommend!
Brian Kelly
Brian Kelly
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Scott and Sons Interior Sprayers made our construction project faster without compromising quality. Excellent team for interior spray painting!
Maria Santos
Maria Santos
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Our apartment looks stunning after Scott and Sons Interior Sprayers worked their magic. Quick, clean, and top-notch results. Highly satisfied!

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Scott and Sons FAQ

Yes, it’s possible to touch up a spray-painted finish. However, achieving a seamless touch-up can be more challenging than with traditional brush and roller painting. We recommend consulting our experts for the best guidance on achieving the desired results.

Absolutely! In fact, in many cases, a spray job can provide a smoother and more even finish compared to traditional brush and roller methods. Our professional team is skilled at ensuring top-quality results with our spray painting technique.

The longevity of a spray-painted surface depends on various factors, including the quality of the preparation and materials used, as well as the environment it’s exposed to. Generally, a well-done spray painting job should last for several years. We recommend regular maintenance and cleaning to extend the lifespan of the finish.

Ideally, spray painting should be scheduled after all major construction work and other trades have been completed. It’s essential to have a clean and dust-free environment for the best results. We recommend coordinating with us to ensure the timing aligns with your project’s progress.

Yes, spray painting typically requires specific types of paint formulated for spraying applications. These paints are designed to atomize effectively when sprayed and may have different properties compared to traditional brush and roller paints. Our team will guide you in choosing the right paint for your project.

The number of coats required for a spray job depends on several factors, including the type of paint used, the color, and the desired finish. Our experienced team will assess your project and provide recommendations for the appropriate number of coats during the consultation and planning phase.

Yes, the spray finish we provide is designed to be durable and long-lasting. With proper maintenance and care, it should remain in excellent condition for several years. Our commitment to quality ensures that you can enjoy the benefits of a beautiful, lasting finish in your space.