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Dave from Murphy Painting & Decorating
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Murphy Painting & Decorating


Dave Murphy is your local painting professional with over 25 years' experience. This is a local family owned and operated business that prides itself on exceptional service and the highest quality workmanship. Dave is also a member Master Painters & Decorators Australia.

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Dave from Murphy Painting & Decorating

Your local painting and decorating expert

David Murphy, the owner of Murphy Painting & Decorating began his painting career 30 years ago in Ireland and the UK. He established Murphy Painting & Decorating in 2000, a few years after moving to Perth. This is a local family business which prides itself on old fashioned service and quality workmanship, and is regarded as one of Perth's premium painting and decorating businesses.

Murphy Painting & Decorating offers a professional, friendly and reliable service. Dave prides himself on his customer service and makes sure he understands your requirements so he can get it  right the first time. He and his team will arrive on time, carry out the work  with minimal disruption, and they will clean up after themselves.

 Murphy Painting & Decorating offers:

  • Free quotes 
  • Friendly & experienced team
  • Registered & insured
  • Completion on time & within budget
  • Efficient & clean work
  • Dulux premium paints
  • Colour consultation & advice
  • Strategies to minimise disruption during the project

Call Dave for a free quote to freshen up your home with a new coat of paint.

Professional painting

No matter what size your home or business is, Murphy Painting & Decorating provides a professional painting finish every time. Whether it's just a change of colour, repainting damaged ceilings or walls, or remodelling your home, they are your local painting professionals.

No job too big or small

Dave can supply you with a price to paint your whole home or office, or he can break the quote down into individual rooms if you'd prefer to do the job in stages.

How often should you paint your home?

The outside of your home needs a new coat of paint every 4-5 years and living areas every 3-4 years depending on the elements. If you leave it too long and the paint starts to deteriorate, it will cost a great deal more to bring your home back to its original glory.

What's involved with painting your home?

Several key steps are involved in painting your home:

  1. Preparation
  2. Filling
  3. Sanding
  4. Priming coat
  5. Top coats

Colour consultation & advice

If you are feeling a little overwhelmed by the huge choice of colours and textures available, Dave can help. He can suggest the right options to achieve the best possible results for the style of your home. From colour consulting to product information, his expert knowledge ensures that you will get the best finish.

Protecting your property

Dave and his team will always respect and look after your property. They are very particular about protecting surfaces while painting your home, and will cover all work areas with drop sheets.

Range of painting services includes:

  • New homes
  • Repainting
  • Heritage
  • Renovations
  • Special effects
  • Wall papering
  • Colour consultation
  • Interior & exterior residential
  • Commercial
  • Protective coatings
  • Specialising in character homes
  • 5-year guarantee

Let us give you some pointers to make the decision-making process a bit easier.

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Here are 7 essential steps for a professional-looking paint finish

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