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Residential Painting in Brisbane

Hi everyone, just posting a couple of photos of residential painting projects. We do many Queenslander houses and here are a couple just recently painted by Baker Brothers Painters. I have also added a photo that shows beautiful wrought iron lacework around the house which our guys painted and brought back to life. Many of […]

Storing Paint – How to Store Leftover Paint

The key to successful paint storage is to keep it in a cool dry place. A dry basement is a good place to store paint, but wherever you decide to store your leftover paint, be sure to avoid places with high moisture because metal paint cans will quickly form rust around the lid and when […]

History on Baker Brothers Painters in Brisbane

We have just found this photo of Baker Paint Manufacturers’ Shop in Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley. A little history on Baker Brothers Painters throughout the generations. In 1890, our Grandfathers’ cousin, Enoch Baker first became a painter. In 1910, Steve and Hec (Grandfather to Chris and Tony) became Baker Brothers Painters with Enoch opening up […]

Sponsorship

We have just renewed our sponsorship with Wilston-Grange Australian Football Club for the 2017 Season.  Baker Brothers Painters has had a long standing relationship with Wilston-Grange Gorillas starting with our late Father, Col Baker back in the 1970’s and we are very excited to continue our loyalty and sponsorship with this great Football Club.  Wilston-Grange […]

Exterior House Painting Testimonial

We have helped another happy client achieve their house goals by painting the exterior of their house in Seventeen Mile Rocks in Brisbane. He took advantage of our free colour consultancy to get the right colours that not only look great and modern, but are durable in our hot, summer climate.  Bruce writes: “We are very […]

Home Painting Tip

Here is another painting tip if you’re thinking of doing some DIY painting in your Brisbane home. Always start from the top and start by doing the ceiling, cornices and edges where the wall meets the ceiling. Then move on to walls, doors and window frames. It’s important to start from the ceiling as this allows for […]