Unlike your front door that sits on a hinge, your sliding patio doors will sit on a track and move into position on rollers.
The fact they move in this way might put you off having them painted out of fear of the paint rubbing off, but you needn’t be worried – sliding patio doors can be painted because the doors do not rub against the frame.
You can test this for yourself: open your sliding patio doors now and we can guarantee your doors will not rub against the frame.
This is an important point because it means abrasion is not a problem (abrasion is the mechanical friction caused by two surfaces rubbing against each other). It means the paint won’t rub off when you operate your sliding doors.
How we paint sliding patio doors
We can paint:
As part of our spray-painting service we spray the inside and outside of your sliding patio doors and replace the glazing sealant (if applicable) with a colour-matching one. This makes sure your patio doors have a built-in look.
Another reason we can paint sliding patio doors is because of the paints we use. We have developed a painting system that produces flawless results. We use a bespoke nozzle setup on our spray paint guns and the best paint in the industry.
Our aim is simply to make it appear as though your patio doors were originally installed in the new colour. This high standard of workmanship is something we strive for in every single project, no matter the project value or who our customer is.
Here’s the bottom line – if you want your sliding patio doors to be a different colour, we can spray paint them for a third of the cost of replacement and the end result will be indistinguishable from a new product from the factory.