Noble Paint Mart is a family owned and operated business, offering quality painting services since 20 years.
We are an authroised dealer of quality paint companies BERGER Paints Pakistan Limited & Reliance Paints.
We maintain a good crew of skilled painters to provide the highest quality finishes for homes, offices, hotels, masajid?and just about anything else that needs paint.
Our Painting expertise have put us above other commercial painting dealers. We understand the needs of residential, commercial and industrial projects. In all areas of concern regarding your commercial and residential painting. You can have complete confidence in our abilities to complete your project. We look forward to your exterior & interior residential, commercial & industrial painting projects.
Noble Paint Mart is committed to providing the highest quality painting services to our clients. We will always listen carefully to our clients' concerns and provide honest and fair responses.
We are committed to hiring skilled and specialized craftspeople, and to offering comprehensive training for all our employees. We will conduct ourselves in a business-like manner, every day.
Noble Paint Mart always work to develop new ways for our clients to approach their projects, and we will continue to express originality in our work.
ABOUT BERGER PAINTS PAKISTANThe BERGER name has been associated with paint manufacturing for almost two centuries. The BERGER group has worldwide affiliations, with companies operating in 46 counties. In Pakistan, the history of BERGER is as old as the history of organized paint manufacturing. The first company to introduce premium quality paints in the country. The BERGER started its operations in 1950. Initially the paints were imported from the United Kingdom. It was in 1955 that a local manufacturing facility was established at Karachi. Ever since, the Company has met the growing demand through regular extensions in its products range, which has continued to attract a healthy market share and has maintained a high reputation for consistent quality.
BERGER PAINTS PAKISTAN became a public limited company in 1974, when 49.38% of the shares were acquired by Pakistani investors with the remaining 50.2% being held by the U.K. parent company, Jenson & Nicholson Limited. Soon afterwards, Jenson & Nicholson Limited was taken over by Hoechst, one of the world's major manufacturers of chemicals and allied products.
Slotrapid Limited, a. U.K. based company with diversified business interests, acquired the management of BERGER PAINTS PAKISTAN in 1991.
An associated undertaking, J&N Pakistan Limited, was established at Mirpur in Azad Kashmir early in 1993 to supplement the existing production capacity of the main factory at Karachi.
Also in 1993, BERGER entered into a technical collaboration agreement with Nippon Paint Company of Japan. Nippon is acknowledged as one of the most sophisticated paint manufacturers in the world, and ranks among the leaders of the paint industry. This collaboration has enabled BERGER to develop automotive and industrial paints conforming to exacting international standards.
BERGER Paints has also built up technical collaboration for decorative paints with BERGER Crown of Akzo Nobel UK.
With its Head Office at Karachi, BERGER PAINTS PAKSITAN has regional offices at Lahore and Islamabad as well as a wide network of distributors/ dealers and sales personnel at all major urban centers of the country.
ABOUT RELIANCE PAINTSReliance Paint Industry is manufacturing and marketing decorative and industrial paint for the last thirteen years. Reliance Paints is a reputable name in paint industry and it's impact on Paint market is quite meaningful, by the grace of ALMIGHTY ALLAH, Reliance Paint Industry has covered many milestones gradually and steadly and still acheiving betterment in quality and standards. Help of God and great support of our customers has been an added source of our acheivements.
Reliance Paint Industry manufactures both industrial and decorative paints that competes the international paints standard. Reliance Paint Industry manufactures paints for interior and exterior decoration and ornament by maintaining consistent quality and standards of their products. This esteemed position has been devoted due to blessings of ALMIGHTY ALLAH. The objective of "Reliance" is the enhancement of customer's satisfaction by adopting process for continuous improvement in the products, services and management. By the grace of Allah Reliance Paints is now a household name liked by common people and is the first choice of professionals. A full fledged color advisory service is in operation to research, advice on colour schemes.
Have you been thinking about repainting your homeís exterior? Here are seven tips that will make your work easier, safer, and more likely to produce pride-inspiring results.
1) Evaluate doing it yourself Painting is one of those jobs that requires only a moderate level of skill and a few basic tools. By doing the work yourself, you can usually save more than half the cost of the job. But should you do the work yourself? That depends on a number of factors, including your experience, fitness, available time, and the difficulty of working on your homeís exterior walls.
2) Buy quality paint Choosing high-quality paint is critical to a long-lasting paint job and can make the work far easier. Not only will quality paint weather the years durably, but it is also easier to maintain, and it covers the walls more quickly and easily in the process. Just think about the effort and expense of painting your houseóthis should make it clear that you donít want to have to do the job again in four or five years.
3) Repair and prepare Even high-quality paint wonít guarantee a lasting paint job if you donít prepare the surfaces properly. Start by repairing damaged siding. Peeling, blistering, wrinkling, and flaking paint must be removed from wood siding by scraping and sanding, ideally with a power sander. Be advised that this is difficult, tiring work, and you must do it carefully so as not to gouge the wood. Always wear a dust mask, gloves, and protective goggles.
4) Mask off Avoid painting roofing and other surfaces by masking with plastic sheeting and 3-inch masking tape. Use dropcloths to protect walkways, shrubs, and other surfaces from dripping paint. Youíll be painting the siding first and then the trim; after the siding is painted, mask the siding around the trim. Be sure to remove the masking tape immediately after painting, before it forms a stubborn bond.
5) Paint surfaces from the top down Begin with the gutters, fascia, and eaves and work your way down the main surfaces, painting in 3- to 4-foot-square sections. Use a high-quality 4-inch brush. If your home has lap siding, first draw the bristles along the bottom edges of three or four boards and then paint the surfaces in line with the boards. Regularly check for and correct drips and streaks; they are much more difficult to clean up after the paint dries.
6) Paint trim in the proper order Use a 2-inch angled trim brush to paint trim, always working in line with the woodís grain. With a window, begin with the muntins and then paint the stiles, rails, head casing, side casings, and the sill. Sometimes itís easiest to paint a door on sawhorses, after removing it. Otherwise just paint it in place, over a dropcloth. Start with the inset panels, panel moldings and recesses, horizontal rails, and then vertical stiles and mullion. When painting along glass, donít bother to mask it if you have a steady hand. Just let the paint lap onto the glass by about 1/16 inch and then remove the wet paint from the glass with a rag wrapped around the end of a putty knife. Use a razor blade to remove any residual paint after it dries.
7) Clean up properly Use soap and water for latex paints or paint thinner for alkyd paints to thoroughly clean your brushes and gear right after painting. Donít pour paint thinner or excess paint down the drain or onto the groundóthis is a serious source of ground water pollution. Keep it in an old sealed paint can and dispose of it at a toxic waste collection site.