About Us

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London’s Leading Painting & Decorating Company

The Invisible Painter approach is simple – work diligently and honestly, creating as little hassle as possible for our customers. With every project, you’ll see this, and be pleasantly surprised by the speed of our workers. We are called the Invisible Painters because you’ll barely notice us when working, as we take extra precautions to not disturb any activity you may have at your premises. We’ve become London’s foremost painters & decorators, as well as commercial fit-out & refurbishment experts, because of our attention to detail, efficient working times, and affordable costs.

Our Story

Since our founding in 2008, we’ve been hard at work bringing a unique and unrivaled approach to commercial businesses in the London area. We pride ourselves on managing each fit-out contract in London efficiently, listening to the customer and creating as little hassle for them as possible. Headed by company director Andrew Basset, The Invisible Painter include a ‘no-hassle’ guarantee for all of their London office refurbishments, a process which is based centrally around customer satisfaction. We want to offer transparency and give our customers peace of mind that we will do a fantastic job.

Painting & Decorating Association

Our membership of the Painting and Decorating Association shows that we adhere to the highest standards in the industry. You know right away that we’re fully insured and qualified to do the task in hand, whatever that may involve.

SafeContractor Approved

This demonstrates that we’re compliant with all relevant health and safety legislation, allowing our clients to easily fulfil their obligations to their staff. To get this, we were independently audited, so you can sure that you’re in safe hands.

We focus purely on customer service and delivering a perfect finish. Due to this, we've grown consistently since we opened and we've gained continued referrals.
- Andrew Bassett
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