DIY & DESIGN FROM BERMUDA'S OLDEST PAINT STORE

ABOUT US

Located on the 21 square mile island of sunny Bermuda, Rowe Spurling Paint Company has been around since the 1940’s making it the island’s oldest paint store.   Aways a family business, it was handed down to the next generation of De Costa’s in September of 2007.   Over the years, many things may have changed but Rowe Spurling Paint Company’s dedication to exemplary customer service and the best in painting products remains.

We are firm believers that choosing a quality product will give you a more durable and beautiful finish that will last for years.  That’s why we carry premium paints from brands like Benjamin Moore, Muralo, Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, Epifanes Marine Enamels, Interlux marine products, Sea Hawk, West System and more.

Need a little help along the way?  Our staff is ready with advice, tips and tricks to help you get the job done.  We always test our products before putting them on the shelf and love to pass on our knowledge to our customers.

Stop by and visit!  Our shop is located on 67 St. John’s Road in Pembroke and we’re open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Need to reach us?  We would love to hear from you.  Call us at 292-7770 or drop us a line at row@northrock.bm.

Or visit us online anytime at www.rowespurlingpaint.com, follow us on Facebook for design ideas, check out our Twitter feed, browse our favourite spaces on Pinterest, or see what we’re working on this week on Instagram.

 

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