A Conservatory is a wonderful thing to have, but not when it’s ugly. Older-style conservatories use thick white or brown UPVC in their build and the look isn’t exactly what we would call elegant. If you want to change the look of yours, you might be wondering can you paint a UPVC conservatory? The answer is yes.
Our UPVC spray painting service is exactly what you want. We paint both the inside and outside of the conservatory and replace all glazing sealant with a colour-matching one to ensure a factory finish. The result is your conservatory will appear as though it was originally installed in the new colour. The finish is that good.
We have painted hundreds of conservatories with only excellent results. Conservatories are relatively easy to spray for us because the UPVC work isn’t intricate. Everything can be masked off and properly accommodated. The spraying process takes around a day, although larger builds can take up to two days.
Can you paint a UPVC conservatory that’s brand-new? You might be surprised to hear we get that question a lot from homeowners who have had a conservatory built, only to realise they don’t like the colour of it! The answer is yes. Spray painting your new UPVC will protect it from UV light and keep the finish as good as new underneath.
When spraying the inside of your conservatory we ask that all furniture and fixings are removed before we arrive. We will cover everything else with a plastic sheet. Overspray is minimal but precautions must always be taken. Check out our work for yourself to see how we mask stuff off and ensure a factory level finish every time.
On all our conservatory paint spraying work, we guarantee our work for 10-years. Can you paint a UPVC conservatory yourself with that kind of guarantee? Call us on 0800 037 0658 to get a quote. You might be pleasantly surprised.