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Where can I find a reliable painter and decorator in London?
Painting might look simple in the moment, but DIY jobs done incorrectly can quickly start to look tired. Refresh your home for the long term with the help of a reliable painter and decorator in London.
MyBuilder is the place to start looking for a trustworthy painter and decorator local to you. Say goodbye to endless hours of searching online and hello to a quick, easy, free job post that will be sent to hundreds of qualified and checked tradespeople. When you connect with a painter, you can read their past reviews and get talking right away. As explained in our hiring guide, don’t forget to:
List the rooms, landings and staircases to be decorated (or walls for external jobs)
- Arm yourself with some basic knowledge
- Choose a specialist
- Find out what the tradesperson’s process is going to be
- Get a detailed quote from each person you’re considering
- Ask how long the job will take
- Choose someone with lots of specific experience
Can MyBuilder help me find local painting and decorating companies in London?
There are many positives to finding a trustworthy local painter and decorator. Not only will they help you more quickly than someone located miles away, but they should also be able to help you with future work or touch-ups down the line.
MyBuilder understands the value of a local tradesperson. Once you post a painting and decorating job, we send it to painter-decorators in your area. More than 90% of jobs posted to the site generate interest, so there’s a high chance you’ll quickly find the right person or firm. Many posters get contacted within minutes!
How much do painters and decorators cost in London?
If you’re curious about how the prices for painters and decorators differ in London, we can help. Firstly, budgeting and preparing for costs is essential. For a painter and decorator in London, you’ll usually pay between £15 to £50 hourly or from £130 to £350 daily. Prices tend to be a little higher in London than they are elsewhere, but it’s still perfectly possible to find a good deal, and there will be plenty of options available to you.
Don’t forget that prices range a lot depending on the work you need to be completed. As our detailed pricing guide explains, the cost to paint a three-bedroom house sits at around £3,630, while to paint a four or five-bedroom house, it’ll be closer to £4,830.
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