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Volantes Decorating Service is a multi-award winning painting and decorating company based on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. Established in 1980 and currently in its second generation, we are a proud family owned and operated company that that builds lasting relationships through quality work and personalised service. Our local team of 20 qualified painters and decorators, is headed up by John Volantes who is on-site managing our team of professional trades-persons. From residential repainting, heritage and restoration work to new commercial projects, we provide our clients with the expert skills and knowledge of products and trends to achieve the best project outcome. We work with our clients and designers to discuss colour choice, placement of colour and finishes, and select the correctly suited leading products on the market to meet your individual needs. As members of the Master Painters association, we take pride in our craftsmanship and strive to achieve the most flawless finish that is above and beyond our client’s expectations. It is this attention to detail and our professional approach which results in the majority of our work is generated by client referrals. Our traditional ethos for attention to detail, hand painted finishes, and the desire for perfection is recognised in our numerous MPA awards of excellence including ‘The Project of the year for 2014 and 2015’.

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40 Industry awards, back-to-back winner of Master Painters Association “Project of the Year” 2015, 2017 & 2018 and back to back winners of the “Masters Award” 2017, 2018 & 2019 for the best overall project from all entries

Professional Information

License Number: 74210C


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Business Details

Business Name

Volantes Decorating Service

Phone Number

0408 833 360



PO Box 376, Seaforth NSW 2092
Seaforth, New South Wales 2092


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