Phillip Coates offers all aspects of professional domestic painting and decorating throughout the South Lakes & North Lancashire, working with residential clients in Kendal, Windermere, Bowness, Milnthorpe, Coniston.
His unrivalled reputation has been built over 35 years by providing a trustworthy, reliable and cost effective painting & decorating services with each project being completed to the same high standards as if it were his own home.
With expert, time served knowledge of paints, wallpapers, damp course, sealers, stains & varnishes, Phillip Coates will ensure a superior completion with minimal disruption.
Phillip is a proud supporter of local community enterprises, working with Lake District Radio.
Phillip Coates Decorating Services only uses tried & tested, quality trade materials.
From undercoats, paints, wallpapers, fillers,
caulks & adhesives, the materials chosen will ultimately reflect in the final finish of the project.
At Phillip Coates, we don't compromise on materials or finish, but is always cost effective.
There's nothing quite like a freshly painted room.
With crisp lines and pristine white ceilings, it's truly amazing how the transformational effect that a 'lick' of paint can be on any room.
The paints used are trade paints. Meaning that they cover better first time, are harder wearing and will retain their depth of colour and finish for far longer than off the shelf paints.
Phillip Coates painting services covers undercoat, sealing, priming, emulsion, gloss & satin.
A freshly painted house exterior can take years off its appearance and potentially add value to any home.
Phillip Coates carries out exterior painting works to houses of all ages, from new build render to traditional lime mortar.
Our extensive experience means that we will advise you on the most suitable paints and coatings for your property which will protect from the elements for years to come.
Bumps, lumps, dents, expansion cracks etc - they'll all need making good prior to application of paint or wallpaper.
Gaps around door frames, architrave or skirting can also be expertly filled to provide a good-as-new, much improved look to any room.
Only professional grade, trade caulk & fillers are used, something that will last for years to come.
Wallpaper can create a whole new look for a home. It can be used to highlight a specific wall or feature, or to simply compliment or contrast with colours in your scheme.
Depending upon the condition of the wall surface, recommendation may be for lining paper in the first instance, to smooth out any imperfections.
Wallpaper samples could be provided, recommended & sourced on behalf the clients, or work with wallpaper provided as necessary.
Are you looking to spruce up your home - give your rooms a fresh feel?
Looking to redecorate ready for sale?
Do you have rental properties that require redecoration ready for new tenants?
Please contact Phillip Coates to discuss your painting & decorating requirements.
Phillip Coates Painting & Decorating covers South Lakeland & North Lancashire
including Ambleside, Grasmere, Arnside, Carnforth, Newby Bridge, Grange over Sands, Cartmel & Kirby Lonsdale.
Thanks Phill you really put my mum at ease. She doesn't like strangers in the house but she said you were lovely. I know she's not the easiest person to get along with but she was comfortable with you.
Grange Over Sands
Thanks for saving me thousands. We were going to buy a new kitchen but it looks so good (now it's been decorated), we aren't going to bother now.
You weren't the cheapest quote we had, but I'm glad we chose you. I don't believe ANYONE could have done a better job.
Bowness on Windermere
I'd recommend you to anyone, my living room looks like a showhome
You were right, it was (a patch of) damp but now you've treated it, it's gone and I'm looking forward to breathing easy again.
Lovely job, highly recommended
Thanks for not being difficult when my wife changed her mind about the colour half way through, you were right, it's better to say then rather than regret it after. It could have been a drama but it wasn't.