Highland Fling for Scandi Paint Range
Situated in the Scottish countryside of Perth and Kinross, Crieff Hydro Hotel is a leading family resort set in 900 acres of grounds. The hotel dates back to 1868, has a rich history and is now owned by the fifth generation of Leckies. With 215 bedrooms, 55 self-catering cabins, lodges and cottages, and over 30 outdoor activities, the resort caters for families of all shapes and sizes.
Properties at the resort have recently been repainted, the work was carried out Borthwick Decorators and they used products from the GORI range by PPG.
David Borthwick, managing director at Borthwick Decorators, said: “Many of the cabins are finished with a colourful exterior coating, but the management noticed that they were starting to look a bit dull and tired. They got in touch with us to help give the cabins a well-needed refresh.”
David and the team opted to use GORI 99 Extreme Opaque Wood Finish. The opaque, micro porous coating is formulated to provide a robust and durable protection against mould, fungus growth and blue stain for up to 15 years.
To protect the cabins against the unpredictable nature of the Scottish weather, GORI 99 Extreme Opaque Wood Finish is also UV-resisting and water-repellent, reducing the risk of water damage.
Products in the GORI range are available in a wide choice of colours, with blues, greens, reds and browns being selected for this particular project.