Repair Services in Cornwall

Offering all-in-one repair services for a wide variety of household surfaces in Cornwall. Our company offers the most cost-effective and eco-friendly option when your property is damaged in some way. From hard surface work (including worktop repair) to uPVC repairs (including bath repair), we are happy to help.

Our surface repair specialists work in and around the home and on hotels, building sites, caravan parks, leisure centres, schools, or anywhere else where refurbishments, rebuilds, or new builds are taking place. Relishing a challenge, we have performed countless household repairs, and even sprayed a life-size giraffe gold for a competition at the Hampton Court Flower Show 2014.

If you require our services, all you have to do is ask! With a wealth of experience, we repair a huge variety of surfaces, including:
CERAMIC AND ENAMEL REPAIRS

  • Floor and Wall Tiles
  • Basins
  • Baths
  • Toilets

HARD SURFACE REPAIRS

For internal doors, wood is still the favourite material of most manufacturers. Attractive and easy to work with, wood looks great when finished and comes in a wide variety of styles. Unfortunately, it’s also quite easily damaged during the build process. Dents and scratches plague even hardwood doors, whether from foot traffic or falling objects.

At Scratchperfect Ltd, we favour repairing damaged doors and surfaces rather than replacing them, as it is the more cost-effective and eco-friendly option. Offering excellent hard surface repairs, we make sure your repaired wooden doors look visually appealing when completed. More reliable than DIY solutions, our professional services are backed by years of experience.

For a full list of all of our surface repair services in Cornwall please click here.

About Cornwall

Cornwall, or Kernow in the Cornish language, has a distinct cultural identity and is recognised as one of the Celtic nations. Historically, Cornwall was a globally important producer of tin and copper, and mining was the mainstay of the economy. Clay, fishing and agriculture were also important.

Today, tourism & leisure is the dominant industry. With its beautiful beaches, picturesque coastal resorts and fishing villages, and great surfing conditions, Cornwall has become a top destination for visitors. Newquay, Bude, St Ives, Padstow, Rock, Falmouth, Looe, Newlyn, PorthlevenPolperro, Polzeath, Perranporth, Porthtowan, Port Isaac, Fistral Beach and Watergate Bay are among the most popular areas. The Scilly Isles, meanwhile, are a stunning a group of islands off the south western tip of Cornwall that are a luxury destination.

On the mainland, the Eden Project, Tintagel Castle, the Minack Theatre and Land’s End are among the best-known landmarks, while fans of Poldark also visit Cornwall to go on ‘the Poldark trail’. The county town, Truro, is a Cathedral city where Cornwall County Council is based. Other notable towns are St Austell, Camborne, Liskeard, Launceston, Wadebridge, Penzance, Redruth, Saltash, Torpoint and Bodmin. The Tamar Valley which links Devon and Cornwall is another beauty spot and forms part of the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Site.

Many of the county’s best-loved sites are managed by The National Trust, including Cotehele, Lanhydrock, St Micheal’s Mount and Porthcurno, while the South West Coast Path is popular with walkers.

Cornwall is famous for its food and drink. Celebrity chefs Nathan Outlow, Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth all have restaurants in Cornwall. Well-known Cornish brands include Sharp’s Brewery.