We consider painting interior UPVC windows an essential part of a window colour change because it’s necessary to give them that built-in look. The goal when painting UPVC windows is to make it appear as though they were originally installed in the new colour. This is only possible if you spray them inside and out.
The prep work involved in spray painting interior UPVC windows involves more masking than outside because the local environment is much smaller. Overspray (which we have all but eliminated thanks to our custom spraying equipment) should be mitigated by masking off all areas and moving furniture to another room.
If you are considering getting your windows spray painted professionally, you can save money by opting for an external spray only, but most homeowners agree the half and half look is undesirable. Ask yourself would you like your windows to be a different colour on the outside than they are on the inside?
When we quote for UPVC window painting projects, we always quote for a complete spray which is to say the interior and outside of the windows.
However, we can also quote for either-either. Some of our customers have requested we paint their interior UPVC windows only because they want to introduce a new interior theme to their home. Some customers only want the outside spraying. Whatever the case, we’re happy to quote you on your project.
Painting interior UPVC windows costs circa £150 per window on common sizes like 94cm x 160cm and 120cm x 120cm. Most projects have an invoice value under £600 so if you want to change the look of your windows there is no better way to do it. We guarantee our work for 10-years which means we expect your windows to look as good as new after painting for at least a decade. Check out some of our work here.