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Tikkurila UK


Tikkurila UK.
27 Marnin Way,
West Edinburgh Business Park,
Edinburgh EH12 9GD

Tel: +44 (0) 131 334 4999

Please contact our enquiries help desk on: enquiries@valtti.co.uk where a member of our team will be happy to assist you.

Tikkurila is a leading Scandinavian manufacturer of high performance decorative and protective coatings Since 1862.

Supplying the UK’s painting contractors for over 30 years we pride ourselves on offering products you can rely on at a competitive price backed by unparalleled customer service.

Pioneers in acrylic based paint technologies our products are built to last. With numerous accreditations for our low VOC paint and allergen testing we make our products even safer to use whilst looking after the environment.

Backed by over 150yrs of Scandinavian heritage our paint is designed with endurance in mind. Come rain or shine, choose Tikkurila to protect your building.

Project of the Month – November 2019

Trade Decorator Project of the Month November 2019 Winners - David Dean Decorating have just undertaken a full house redecoration on a private residence in Standish in Wigan. The house was extended & refurbished approximately 10 years ago so the clients wanted it renewing throughout. There was only one major problem that had to be addressed on the project and that was resin stains on the ceiling areas due to being clad in wood tongue & groove and this had previously been over coated with what appeared to be emulsion. After using around 18 tubes of caulk to fill expanded joints, Smith & Rodgers Blockade was chosen to resolve the issue. Being a pure shellac paint, this was perfect to seal the surface stains. It was then over coated with Tikkurila Intact 8 which gave an 8% sheen level, matt finish. 

Project of the Month – October 2019

Definitive Decor Ltd were given a great opportunity to transform this stunning refurbishment project in Bromley after completing previous works for the clients. The internal revamp was carried out by a local building firm who completely gutted the home and redesigned the layout. READ MORE.....

The Scottish Painting & Decorating Exhibition, Friday 25th October 2019

Excitement is building as we are now only weeks away from the Scottish Painting & Decorating Exhibition at its new venue! Come and see the industry’s leading manufacturers come together to support the Scottish Decorators’ Federation and bring an innovative showcase of products for you to see demonstrated at the show at the Edinburgh Marriott ...

The Scottish Painting and Decorating Show has a new venue!

The Scottish Painting and Decorating Exhibition is set to be bigger and better than ever as the SDF prepare to host the annual event at the new venue. The Edinburgh Marriott Hotel has been chosen to cater for the increasing number of exhibitors wishing to showcase their brands and products to the Scottish market at ...

Project of the Month – September 2018

Bacons is an 18th century farm cottage near Maldon, Essex, named after its original owners. Over the years the cottage has seen various alterations and outbuildings added which consist of a conservatory, garage and office. A nearby brewhouse has also been converted into a dwelling to form part of the estate. Lewis Harrington, Managing Director of Harridec was approached by the client after viewing their website and were confident they were the company for the job after seeing evidence of similar projects that they have undertaken in the area. On inspection, it was evident that the timber elements of the building were in an extremely bad condition due to exposure to the elements and neglect over many years. Extensive repair work was undertaken to restore the oak windows. Firstly, they were stripped of failed clear varnish by mechanically sanding 40G, 80G, 120G and finally 240G. The water stains were removed with Owatrol Net-Trol wood cleaner and colour restorer, followed by 1 coat Sikkens Cetol HLS Plus and two coats Sikkens Cetol Filter 7 Plus in light oak.

Project of the Month – July 2018

Days of painstaking preparation work was required to renovate the house to bring it up to the standards of a modern home. Prior to redecoration, all the walls in the house were papered in an old Sanderson paper from the late 60's which had been overpainted on several occasions. One ceiling was also covered in the same Sanderson wallpaper, another with standard lining paper and the third was finished with polystyrene tiles. As the house was built in 1904 using traditional methods of construction, as expected, all internal walls were of "lath & plaster" construction with lime being used in the finish plaster as well as the coving.