Painting services for Education Centres:

Beverly Painting will help you to complete your university or school painting project safely, on time and on budget, with minimum disruption to your staff, students and administrators schedules.

Our estimators will provide a specified painting schedule to assist with planning and budgeting for your project including an accurate painting price, methodology and a complete work breakdown structure.

We also offer weekends and night works as well school holidays, public holidays and Christmas periods.
We provide Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) that will be site specific for each university or school painting project and toolbox talks prior to the commencement of each work shift.

Our university or school painting supervisors and teams will follow our Quality Management System (QMS) including our Workplace Health and Safety Handbook to ensure safe and high quality painting services.

We determine the most cost effective and safest method to access your building as well as stay competitive by utilising our own EWP and scaffolding.

To ensure the highest quality finish, we use only premium brands of paint and by using low-VOC products, your staff and students can enjoy a freshly painted environment without the odour of new paint.

We listen to our customers. At Beverly Painting, we have a policy of no-smoking, no loud music, and we only employ people with the appropriate language skills who act with courtesy, punctuality and cleanliness.

Our projects speak for themselves. Customers are our best asset and we can provide testimonials on request.

Why choose us:

Prompt response and free quotes with a site visit within 24 hours.

Licensed and Insured (Worker compensation, $20 million public liability)

3 Year no questions asked warranty.

10 year Gold warranty (as part of a long term maintenance contract).

Competitive pricing.

Highly experienced and professional teams.

On time and on budget, no hidden costs.

Minimal disruption and hassle free.

Quality assured.

Workplace safety culture.

Working at heights (EWP & rope access).

Directors as project managers, consistent communication.

After hours and flexible working hours to minimise disruption.