Many discerning consumers have two major prerequisites for their purchases. Naturally they want quality products, but increasingly they also want products that are environmentally-friendly and sustainable.
It is a smart company that recognises these consumer non-negotiables and incorporates them into their business and manufacturing processes.
M F Turnbull has been the go-to destination for surface coatings in Christchurch for over 30 years now and has always been ahead of the curve with its longstanding reuse, repair and recycle ethos.
This company has been further enhancing its green credentials of late by working with coatings that are as eco-friendly as possible.
“Finishes now are far more eco-friendly than they were even ten years ago,” says co-owner Monique Turnbull. “Most of our paints, lacquers, stains and clears are manufactured in New Zealand and are as environmentally and humanly-safe as we can make them. We have no hesitation in assuring our clients that they are getting the very best finishes that can be produced because we have the latest in prep bays and bake ovens.”
So if you have a tired-looking kitchen that would benefit from resurfacing and re-spraying with quality products look no further than Kitchen Renewal by MF Turnbull. The company finishes new joinery, but a staple of their work is refinishing and refurbishing. Making-over kitchens by resurfacing cabinetry is hugely popular.
“People realise that they don’t need to do a full replacement. They can make a radical change just by using new colours or they can do a slight shade adjustment, or simply freshen up the existing colour. They save themselves money and, of course, volume going to landfill and the energy used in manufacturing new. We find that aspect of the work very satisfying.” says Monique.
Resurfacing old furniture is also a favourite with the team. A client will bring in an unusual piece; it might have lovely proportions and be beautifully made, but the appearance no longer suits. Refinished, the piece can anchor a new interior design scheme. Upholstered items with timber parts can be resurfaced and then the piece can be taken to your upholsterer for recovering.
Monique suggests you send them photos of your kitchen or your furniture with a description of what you would like and they will quote for you. You can do that either by email firstname.lastname@example.org or upload directly through their website. Please include your contact number in case they have questions.