He‘s a man well known in South Canterbury and his team of painters consider themselves fortunate to be able to work for a perfectionist — “it rubs off’, they say — so when TopJOB received emails about Aidan’s Painting Services the theme was the same — you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better painting firm anywhere.
And some of the comments have come from professional people themselves, people who know what they are looking for. ‘People like Timaru interior designer Deborah Still who says she has used the sen/ices of Aidan Garden over the last seven or eight years in her interior design business. “l have found Aidan and his team very helpful, courteous and clean workers, Deborah told TopJOB.
Aidan and his team can tackle big or small jobs, she said. Aidan and his team of four top tradesmen also enjoy the one single ingredient to a successful painting business — client trust. Deborah Still: “l feel very comfortable suggesting clients leave Aidan with a key to their home or leaving the team unattended.”
– Deborah Still – Deborah Still Interior Designs
For Barry and Sue Tomkinson, of Timaru, approaching a painter to do their painting was a first-time experience. “We were not sure what to expect,” Sue said.
They wanted to be sure they made the right choice. They chose Aidan’s Painting Services. “That led to a very satisfying experience and we know we made the best choice. “Aidan was entrusted with a complete interior makeover of our home and we are delighted with the result,” Sue said. “We had a general idea of what we wanted but as we are not interior designers we asked Aidan’s advice. He listened and steered us in the right direction in our choice of colours.”Coming home from work each day over the three and half weeks Aidan was working on the property was always exciting. “We were pleasantly surprised at his progress, and even more pleasantly surprised at his charges, which were good value for our money,” Sue said. “We recommend Aidan and his staff to anyone. Tidy, clean and efficient and thoroughly trustworthy. Thank you Aidan.”
– Barry & Sue Tomkinson