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With over 50 years of experience, G I Sykes Ltd has provided a professional residential year-round interior and exterior painting service with a reputation for quality workmanship second to none.

Whether you are looking to update your current colour scheme or you are looking to sell your property; a fresh coat of paint can help you to realise the value of your property. 

We deliver excellent customer service, high quality workmanship and top grade painting materials to ensure your satisfaction with your residential project. 

Our goal is to meet and exceed your expectations and we will work closely with you to create a home environment you'll enjoy for years to come.

We can provide all painting and decoration services to meet your home's needs.

Have you considered updating your existing UPVC Windows or Conservatory?

Are you fed up with your "boring old white" UPVC windows, doors or conservatory?

Be the trend setter on your street with our fantastic on site window spraying service.

We can breathe new life into the exterior of your home by spraying your windows a completely new colour.
Gone are the days when you have to settle for plain old white. All you need to do is tell us what colour you want and our skilled spraying technicians will spray your existing UPVC windows in situ. The work is completed quickly; with no mess or disruption to your home or family.

Our specialist products are touch dry within minutes and will deliver a long lasting and durable finish making your windows look like new.

The paint won't fade, peel, crack or bubble; in fact our coatings are guaranteed to last a minimum of 10 years.

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Let us save you money

If you are considering replacing your windows because they look old and tired; this is the perfect solution. We will save you money in comparison to the cost of installing new windows and doors.

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Sykes Ready For Isle of Man Rally Return 15/09/2016

Stourbridge's Richard Sykes to continue his rallying comeback on the Isle of Man.