A bit about Scott

Paint runs in Scott’s veins.  A third generation painter, Scott was introduced to painting and decorating as a teenager while helping his father with odds and ends, and hearing stories of his grandfather and father working in the trade together.  The painting business felt right and it was a natural progression for Scott to begin a painting apprenticeship.

Scott approached a reputable painter in the Southern Highlands of NSW and started an apprenticeship with him.  During his apprenticeship years he had the opportunity to work on prestigious estates and properties, while attending TAFE at Wollongong.  Scott has learnt how to paint and decorate to the highest level, and takes a high-end approach to carrying out painting and decorating.  He has acquired complex skills in wallpapering, rag rolling, suede effects and various other specialties.  Scott specialises in quality timber finishes and high gloss woodwork, and brings knowledge and skills that ensure projects are long lasting and finished with a high level of detail

2 thoughts on “A bit about Scott

  1. We highly recommend Scott Aaron for your next painting job; he is the professionals’ professional; highly skilled, perfection in preparation and painting and of a standard we have rarely encountered. His level of care for property (carpets, floors, fittings and valuables) is comforting in the extreme and his respect for owners and occupants quite refreshing. Scott is calm, knowledgeable, patient and, in our case, could not do enough to help or please us.
    There is one serious problem with Scott: knowledge of his high quality work and professional approach is spreading rapidly. If you are thinking of a paint job, large or small, call Scott now!

    V & M, Dorrigo, NSW

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