At very low temperatures, paint can freeze if it is not stored correctly during the cold winter months. This includes product that is stored outside, on construction sites, in cold garden sheds and especially product that is supplied in metal cans. The application and performance of paint that has allowed to freeze then thaw out again can be seriously compromised. When mixing paint before use, check it carefully for any lumps or “seeds”. If you find any, it’s possible that the product has been adversely affected by freezing and may not suitable for use.View all our tips
You've heard that Crowies knows paint, but were you aware that we're also experts on colour too? This service is available in selected stores, free of charge, by appointment.Find out more
We've been helping make Australian homes beautiful since 1996, and our expert staff are here to help you plan and complete your next painting project with ease.Find out more
Congratulations to our managing director, Daphne Crowhurst, for being announced the Telstra SA Business Woman of the Year for 2019.
Head of Telstra Digital Jenni Barnett said of Daphne... “Her courage to do things differently has paid off as she is successfully taking on large competitors and disrupting the entire industry.”
At Crowies, we think that’s good for competition and great for our customers!
We started Crowies Paints back in 1996, and are now recognised as the paint specialists, with 17 stores throughout South Australia, Victoria, NSW and Queensland. Our customer service and advice is backed by our comprehensive paint ranges. We are proud distributors of the full Solver range, as well as Wattyl, Wattyl Protective, Wattyl Industrial Range and Marine products and Sikkens Timber finishes.
Daphne Crowhurst, Managing Director