Perfect interior or exterior painting company in Balbriggan.
When you need a team of professional painters to help you with your next project, look no further! You can trust our experienced crew to work within any schedule and budget you choose. Painters Balbriggan are the go-to painters for commercial and industrial projects. Our goal is to provide excellent results at a competitive price.
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We have many years of experience painting all kinds of properties, big or small! All of our work comes with a five year warranty from our professional painters. Our clients get the best quality painting, at the best price. Additionally, we have a range of colours that can be used to accent your home or to complement your complete painting project. As soon as the project starts, you can rest assured that we’ll see it through to completion. We are here for any painting requirements.
Our professional home decorating services are available for both residential and commercial properties. We can help if you're looking for professional painters to paint your room, business, or home
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Our business has served several thousands of satisfied customers over the years. We complete our painting projects on time and are always available for inquiries.
- Providing a reliable, friendly, and clean painting service
- We offer all types of painting.
- Ten years of service.
- Free estimates on-site.
- Affordable prices.
- Also available for commercial projects
About Balbriggan, L
Balbriggan (; Irish: Baile Brigín) is a coastal town in Fingal, in the northern part of County Dublin, Ireland, approximately 34 km from Dublin City. The 2016 census population was 21,722 for Balbriggan and its environs. == Etymology == According to P.W. Joyce, the name arises from Baile Breacain [sic], which literally means "Brecan's Town". Brecan is a common medieval first name and there are several other Brackenstowns in Ireland. There is also a possible link to the local Bracken River, in which case the name could derive from breicín, meaning "little trout". Many locals, however, have traditionally felt that Baile Brigín means "Town of the Little Hills", due to the relatively low hills that surround the town. Although this is now the official Irish name for the town, it is likely to be a folk etymology, back-formed from the English name. Following linguistic logic, however, both with vowels and syllabic stress, this would presume an English name closer to Ballybrig(g)een. The town's name is more likely derived from the word brecan, as the area was part of a Medieval kingdom known as Brega, populated by a tribe or clan known as the Bregii, and the aforementioned River Bracken. == History == There is no consensus about when the foundation of the town occurred, other than there may always have been a small settlement of fishermen, weavers and some sort of agricultural trade post.