London Association of Master Decorators was founded by Henry Campbell in 1908. The Association united with the National Federation of Master Decorators of England and Wales in 1917 and the headquarters were located in the north of England.

The LAMD has naturally consisted of decorating firms resident in the London area (currently defined within the boundaries of the M25). However, membership is available to firms outside the area who may feel this to be of benefit, particularly if some of all of their work is located within central London.

For nearly 100 years the LAMD has had a continuation of service to the craft and trade of decorating. Trade conditions have always varied throughout the country and the problems experienced by firms in the north of England are not necessarily the same as those experienced in London and its surrounding area. Membership of the LAMD brings the opportunity to meet representatives from other firms and exchange opinions, views and discuss common problem areas. The LAMD attempt to address issues particular to the membership of the area.

As a member of the LAMD, you are entitled to display the unique logo, which adds prestige to any company's business profile. The LAMD is still united with the National Trade Body for the industry and is so recognised as a Branch of the Trade Association.

As a potential customer or client of an LAMD member, you can be sure of a reputable firm backed by the industry trade association. Cheapest is not always the best as in the long term, as it pays to use a professional specialist.
Members of the London Association of Master Decorators can be obtained either by telephoning the trade association national office for a list on 024 7635 3776 or by logging onto the website and using the member directory search facility.