Don’t like the way your conservatory looks? Why not change the colour?
We can spray paint the inside of your UPVC conservatory to change the UPVC colour and transform the inner appearance of your space.
UPVC conservatories have a lot of exposed UPVC, which isn’t a surprise given the frame, roof and trim are made from it.
This exposed UPVC isn’t to everyone’s taste. Many homeowners feel it cheapens their home, and some don’t like it because it isn’t in-keeping with the main building. This has led many a homeowner to consider rebuilding it in brick, or stone, but the cost of such a project runs into the thousands of pounds.
A more economical solution is spray painting.
Compared to rebuilding a conservatory, the cost of spray painting is extremely low.
You are looking at around £700 to spray paint the inside of a UPVC conservatory and £900 to spray paint the interior and exterior.
Rebuilding a conservatory in brick will cost ten times that, at a minimum. Building a new conservatory will cost even more.
Why would I spray just the inside?
Some homeowners like the way their conservatory looks on the outside, but not on the inside. A new colour on the inside can transform the space. Homeowners usually choose to go from white or brown to a dark-medium grey.
Is it worth it?
If your biggest bugbear with your conservatory is the unsightly UPVC, then changing its colour – perhaps from white to a trendy grey – could very well be the improvement you need to fall in love with the space again.
If, however, you don’t like your conservatory because it doesn’t match your house, you may only be satisfied by a complete rebuild.
We say weigh up the costs and benefits of both. Have a look at our gallery for inspiration and call us on 0800 037 0658 if you want a quote.