Modifying the appearance of your shop front can be achieved in a number of ways and changing the colour of your windows is one of them.
How much does it cost to paint shop windows? For a professional contractor to come in and spray paint your windows (like us) you should budget circa £150 per window and £230 per door and frame. Most commercial spray-painting projects like this can be done for less than £600, but it depends on how many windows you have.
Shop window spray painting prices:
To paint your shop windows yourself, you will need to buy a spray paint gun and specialist paint. By then you’re looking at hundreds of pounds. Our own equipment is worth thousands. It’s just cheaper to call a professional. And you can forget about using a brush on UPVC, metal or composite windows, unless you’re happy with brush marks and an uneven coat. Remember, the aim here’s to paint windows to such a high quality that they appear as though they were originally installed in the new colour.
The price to spray paint UPVC, metal, timber and composites is the same, however the techniques and materials required can differ. For this reason, it’s important to choose a contractor who has experience painting more than just plastics. We, for example, paint all surfaces and provide a 10-year guarantee with the work.
The cost to paint shop windows is lower than replacement. If there’s nothing mechanically wrong with your windows replacement would be a waste.
With our service, you can choose any colour from the RAL colour chart and British Colour Standard chart. Alternatively we can colour match for you. We also offer you the choice of a matte (0% shine), satin (30% shine) and glossy (100% shine) finish.
For a personalised quote to paint your shop windows, call us on 0800 037 0658 or send us a few photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.