Various works were undertaken at this Edwardian property which included elements of sympathetic restoration. Keim Optil and Keim Ecosil-ME were both used for the interior works, excellent for protecting indoor air quality, light reflectance and colour stability.
Anchor House in Port St Mary on the Isle of Man is a fine example of Edwardian architecture which still has many of its original features. The current owner was looking to retain as much of the original internal ‘feel’ of the property as possible whilst adding his own contemporary features.
The main body of work was renovating and redecorating the many rooms and giving them contemporary facelift. The main ground and first floor rooms were also fit out with high quality, bespoke cabinetry and extensive ceramic tiling works as well as the redecorating.
Internally, the entire house was redecorated with KEIM Ecosil-ME & KEIM Optil internal mineral paints. KEIM Ecosil-ME actively improves indoor air quality through the process of photocatalysis (reaction of light with titanium oxide anatase contained within the paint). The process kills algae & fungal spores and 99% of germs. Perfect for protecting your indoor air quality. Excellent for sufferers of asthma or other allergies where indoor air quality is important. Perfect for nurseries or healthcare environments.
The decorating contractors were Hanley & Bell Ltd.
Keim Optil and Keim Ecosil-ME were both used for the interior works, Keim Ecosil-ME due to its improvement in indoor air quality; Keim Optil for the more vibrant colours; and both products for the high quality finish provided by all Keim Mineral Paints, including light reflectance and colour stability, as well as being odourless and not releasing harmful chemicals and VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) like so many conventional paints.
Clean Air – Think KEIM MINERAL PAINTS