When carried out professionally, on site paint spraying has no overspray and results in a factory finish whatever the surface.
The difference between spraying on site and spraying off site is ‘on site’ means we spray whatever it is you want painting at your home or business — without the removal of it to our workshop. This is a perfectly normal way of spray painting.
Many things that people want spray painting such as UPVC windows, UPVC doors, UPVC gutters and fascias and trims cannot be removed anyway. They are sealed in or fixed units, so to remove these would be impossible.
Where items can be removed like kitchen cupboard facings, garden furniture, bannisters and bookshelves, on site paint spraying is still the preferred method. We use plastic sheet to guarantee no overspray if spraying inside the home, or we can move the items outside if the weather is fine. This can assist with drying time.
The benefit of spraying on site is most jobs can be done inside a day. For example, we can spray the windows, doors, gutters and UPVC trim on a 4-bedroom house inside a day if the weather is good. Two days is normal for large detached houses. We even recently sprayed a mansion which took us just less than 3-days.
The most important thing with on site spraying is for the work to be performed by a professional. Amateurs tend to cut corners and rush the work. Patience is necessary to give every surface a perfect, factory-level finish.
With an ‘on site paint spraying’ service we will come out to you to paint your UPVC. We also paint masonry, timber, metals and other plastics. Please get in touch with us to book a home survey. We provide our service nationwide.