Commercial Decorating Services

commercial decorating services

Commercial Decorating Services

Offices, Retail, Hotels

We carry out both small and large scale refurbishment projects, always minimising any disruption to your company by working during hours that suit you, for example on weekends, evenings or bank holidays.

We get involved in all types of projects, whether it’s decorating your new office, shop or hotel, or refurbishing and bringing your old premises back to life. Plus, we always carry out your work to the highest standard. If you’re not sure what you want or need, we can give you plenty of inspiration and bring fresh ideas to the table with our wealth of experience and portfolio of previous projects.

Some of our larger projects have included Astra-Zenica Cambridge, Sepura Cambridge, Christies in Kings St in London, Selfridges’ head office, and Glaxo Smith Kline in Stevenage.

An example of a smaller project is Daisy Worldwide in Peterborough. We had just one day to turn around their whole office while their staff were out for the day, and ensured the office was ready for action by 9.00am the following morning.

Churches and Listed Buildings

We have a wealth of experience in carrying out internal and external painting works on churches and listed buildings. It goes without saying we understand the sensitive nature of restoration while minimising disruption and downtime, and completing your project on time and to budget.

We’ve worked on numerous high profile buildings, including the University of Cambridge where we worked on Peterhouse College, Jesus College, and Trinity College. Our team of decorators have the specialist skills needed to manage the unique requirements of old buildings and we give you both advice and guidance throughout your project. With our extensive knowledge of the best products and experience, we can maximise the longevity of the work, which is critical to these types of projects.

A project we’re especially proud of was for All Saints Church in Huntingdon. Our brief was for the internal painting, which involved lime render repairs and specialist coatings to allow the walls to breathe.

Featured Project
Dyson Engineereing
The Dyson Centre for Engineering Design
The Dyson Centre for Engineering Design is part of Cambridge University and located in the heart of Cambridge. The facility, built with a £2.65 million grant from the James Dyson Foundation and matched funding from the Higher Education Funding Council for England, is a new space for engineering students to work on individual projects.