Should you replace your door or get it painted? Good question!
If your door is mechanically sound, i.e. it operates just fine and is secure, we say replacing it is a waste when you could get it painted. If you replaced it at this stage, you’d effectively be replacing it well before the end of its usable life.
To which we’d ask, to what end?
If you’re unhappy with the appearance of your UPVC or composite door (perhaps because the colour doesn’t match your windows, or because the colour doesn’t match other doors on the street) getting it painted is a better solution.
Not only will this stop you throwing a perfectly good door away, it will save you a heap of money too. The average cost of a good, mid-range UPVC door is £800. Composite doors are pricier still. The cost to have your door professionally spray painted, inside and out, with the frame (if you like), is circa £230 up to £280.
That price is for a standard front door. If you want your patio doors spraying, the price rises to around £350 or £400 for bi-fold doors.
Our spray-painting service
Now you know what price to expect, we’ll cover some basic service details.
With our service, all the following is built into the price:
We’ve been spray painting UPVC and composites for a long time and are a well-established and widely recommended business. We also publish our work monthly. You can check it out at our gallery and before and after pages.
Have an upcoming project?
Call us on 0800 037 0658 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your needs. We paint front doors all the time, so no matter the brand or type of door you have, we have the experience to paint it properly.