Whether you have a shed, garage, barn, house, warehouse, industrial unit or storage unit finished with cladding, you needn’t replace the cladding to change its appearance. So long as the cladding is in good condition, it can be painted instead.
Painting your cladding is an affordable way to renew its appearance, and there’s a wide range of colour options available to you.
We can mix up any colour you dream up. We can also provide a 99.99% accurate colour match on a sample you give us. Most of the jobs we work on however are a standard colour chosen from one of two colour charts. These are the RAL colour chart (1,600+ colours) and the British Colour Standard (500+ colours) chart.
That means we offer more than 2,000 standard colour options for painting cladding. In addition, we offer a matte (0% shine), satin (30% shine) and gloss (100% shine) finish on any colour to give your cladding the perfect finish.
In terms of the most popular colours, in an industrial setting (warehouses, factories, manufacturing plants, storage units etc.) greys and whites are most popular. RAL 2017 slate grey and RAL 7016 anthracite grey are very popular greys. If a lighter colour is desired, RAL 7047 tele grey and RAL 7035 light grey are popular. On houses, sheds and barns, customers prefer organic colours like RAL 7003 moss grey.
Brighter colours are reserved for specialist buildings. Fire departments might choose RAL 3000 flame red or RAL 2011 Orangé foncé. An aquarium might choose RAL 5018 blue turquoise or RAL 5023 distant blue. The important takeaway here is there’s a colour for every conceivable building. If you want to change the colour of your cladding or renew it to its previous appearance, spray painting is ideal.
For a quote to spray your cladding, call us on 0800 037 0658 or send us a few photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.