The team at All Districts Coating have the specialist skills required to restore residential and commercial heritage buildings to their former character and beauty. Our commercial painters understand the complexity of heritage restoration projects, and employs the utmost care and precision when repairing and restoring delicate historic facades and interior spaces. 

We can assist you in determining which paint colours were used in the time period your property was built, before applying fresh premium coats of paint. Aside from painting, our experienced team can also restore timber and steel surfaces to extend their life and magnify their beauty. As part of the restoration process, we apply rust treatments where necessary to steel surfaces, to stop signs of aging and increase structural integrity.

Many historic buildings flaunted special finish effects, such as textures and wallpaper. The team at All Districts Coating can professionally apply special finish effects to your heritage property, to renew the opulence your property once displayed. Our craftspeople are highly skilled in a range of both modern and traditional techniques, including faux painting, gilding, murals, polished plaster, etc. We can skilfully mimic textures of surfaces such as marble, wood, leather, stone and fabrics, to create unique and antique effects. 

Heritage buildings can pose health risks, as they may contain hazardous materials such as lead paint, which is toxic to our health. The team at All Districts Coating are prepared for unwanted discoveries such as lead paint, and can safely remove and dispose of lead based paints before painting takes place.

Regardless of how specific your needs may be, or the scope of the project, you can be sure that the team at All Districts Coating will deliver restoration painting services in Sydney that breathe new life into your heritage building.

All District Coatings have gained a wealth of knowledge and experience in the past 20 years of operation. You can rely on the friendly and professional team at All Districts Coatings to carefully paint and restore your heritage property, so that it exhibits its unique charm for many years to come.

Our Projects

The All Districts Coating team have a vast range of expertise in the professional application of numerous paints and special coatings, as well as significant experience in remedial and restoration processes. Our highly experienced Sydney painters use only premium quality painting materials, accompanied by the highest quality painting standards and execution. We have successfully completed and managed both small and large scale projects in numerous sectors, including residential painting, commercial painting, industrial painting, education, hospitality, retail, health, recreation, and aged care/retirement living.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is restoration painting?

Restoration painting is the process of repairing and restoring the appearance of a painted surface. The reasons for restoration painting may include damage to the paint caused by age, weather, or other factors; the need to remove layers of old paint to reveal the original surface; or the desire to update the appearance of a painting by adding new colours or details.

What are the reasons for restoration painting?

Restoration painting may be undertaken to reinvigorate new life into a building following a period of neglect or damage. Alternatively, restoration painting may be undertaken to help a business in their rebranding efforts and attract new customers as a result of great visual appeal. However, restoration painting is very often completed to assist heritage buildings and facilities in rediscovering their beauty and preserving its historical and artistic value, while also ensuring its safety for years to come.

What is the difference between a paint job and a restoration job?

The main difference between a paint job and a restoration job is that a paint job typically involves applying a new layer of paint over an existing surface, while a restoration job involves more extensive repair and cleaning of the surface, as well as the application of new paint. Restoration painting may also require bespoke finishes, and can offer a range of safety related benefits by addressing rust with specialised coatings that prevent further damage and promote its structural integirty.

What are the steps in restoring a painting?

The steps in restoring a painting typically include cleaning the surface, repairing any damage, filling in any gaps or cracks, and applying new paint. The specific steps will vary depending on the condition of the painting and the goals of the restoration. Our team always take a unique approach to the restoration of all buildings, because we understand that the needs of each building varies, and as a result, the industrial painting services we offer must align with its requirements.

How long does it take to complete a restoration job?

The time it takes to complete a restoration job can vary depending on the size and complexity of the painting, as well as the condition of the surface. In general, a restoration job can take anywhere from a few hours to several weeks or more to complete. It is best to consult with a professional restoration painter to get a more accurate estimate of the time and cost of the restoration.