Chartwell is able to satisfy the creative flair of architects, developers and homeowners alike. The only limit will be your imagination.
Chartwell is a division of
Blakeley Profiles LLP.
Chartwell Finishing has an in-house spraying facility enabling customers to have windows, doors, conservatories and lanterns finished in any colour that they desire. From our facility in Salisbury, Wiltshire, we can supply all products in a range of colours and finishes with the support of trusted suppliers
You should never have to compromise on colour, whether it's for your own home or when you're working on behalf of a customer. This is why Chartwell Finishing offers a bespoke range of colours and finishes for fascias, soffits, guttering and cladding to add the final touch to a home. All products are available through our suppliers.
Our ‘Any Colour’ option means we can provide RAL, British Standard or any other colour matched colour you could desire, including Farrow & Ball, Little Greene and Dulux.
Chartwell Finishing has invested in a bespoke spraying machine, ensuring high productivity and an extremely consistent finish.
We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service and our experienced team are always on hand to offer advice and resolve queries.
Chartwell Finishing has made many homeowners' dreams of colour a reality. Our products have been used by property developers and architects in new builds, as well as for home renovations across the UK. Take a look at some of our recently completed projects.
At Chartwell, we take great pride in the work we do and the service we deliver. From the moment a customer first gets in touch, we follow a strict process to ensure that every product is finished to the highest standard and all project requirements are met.
Each month we are going to share a brief recap of a few of the projects we have worked on and the process they went through, from enquiry to installation.
We were privileged to get involved in a fundraising project for Wiltshire Air Ambulance by spraying a wheelbarrow in WAA colours for a group of 13 students from Wilton Campus.