McLoughlin & Son Decorators provides clients with a professional painting and decorating services that is tailored to the unique requirements of churches, convents, and places of worship of all denominations.
Our team of highly experienced tradesmen strive to create the absolute minimum amount of disruption to a religious building during the project. Our neat and tidy work-space is always contained to a specific area to allow religious services to continue.
Our team collaborate closely with the client to revitalise and restore the original interior aesthetic of the religious property.
Our expert team have extensive faux painting expertise. Using specialist painting techniques, we create beautiful finishes that are designed to resemble a range of luxurious building materials like marble, wood, metal or stone.
The skill of our faux-painters makes the surface virtually indistinguishable from the real thing.
Some of the prestigious religious buildings we have completed projects for include:
The Island Crematorium Cork
Sr. Of Mercy Convent
St. Peter & Pauls
Church of the Immaculate Conception
Saint Finbarr's South
The Honan Chapel, Ucc
Religious Buildings Painting FAQ
How long does a typical religious building painting take?
This depends on the size of the religious building and the complexity of the painting job. Most religious buildings are ornate in their design, which poses unique challenges to a painter. Careful consideration has to be paid to the building's ceiling and careful consideration has to be paid to protecting sensitive religious statues and artwork. Our highly trained painters can access the complexity of the job and offer an accurate timeline of when the paint job will be finished.
Can people still worship in the ecclesiastical building while it's being painted?
In most cases yes, we make a special effort to sequester off our painting to certain parts of the building. By carefully barring entry to these areas, religious ceremonies can continue relatively unencumbered.