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UPVC spray painting is a highly competitive industry. As such, prices are determined by a company’s experience and reputation. The new boys on the block offer the cheapest prices, but their work is typically not the best. You should always use a well-established and widely recommended business in this industry.
We are therefore more diligent than most with our UPVC spray painting process, which is good news for customers who want the best finish.
UPVC spray painting prices
With a reputable UPVC spray painting company you should budget the following:
• Circa £150.00 per window
• Circa £230.00 per door and frame
• Circa £280.00 for a large garage door
• Circa £700 for a three-bed semi-detached house
The above prices include labour, materials and other associated costs. They are estimated prices only - contact us for a free quote on your home. You can save money by having your whole home painted. It’ll be a full day’s work. If you want to have all the UPVC on your home painted, discounts are available based on the work load. A custom quote will be provided to you.
*It’s also important to note that with our service, the following is built into the price:• Complete exterior UPVC painting
So, you aren’t just paying us to paint your UPVC - you’re paying us to do a thorough job. We take great pride in our work and always use the best materials, and best practices, to guarantee a perfect finish. We’ve been doing this for over 10 years so we’re more experienced than most and can offer expert advice on all aspects of UPVC spray painting.
Things that can bump up the price
The main thing to be aware of here is the potential need for scaffolding. If your property doesn’t offer a secure footing for ladders, then scaffolding may be required to reach the top of your property. This is for healthy and safety. The price of scaffolding depends on the amount required. It usually adds around £100 to the total project price.