Spraying a UPVC conservatory is easily the most cost-effective way to change its appearance. Most homeowners we have spoken to enjoy the space their conservatory offers but don’t like the way it looks. Most are made from white or brown UPVC which has become associated with budget installations.
You can achieve a classier look by spraying your UPVC conservatory another colour. This will change the colour of the UPVC and protect the plastic underneath from fading or discolouration which is caused by UV light over time.
A professional job
The goal when spray painting a conservatory is to make it appear as though the conservatory was originally installed in the new colour. For this to be achieved, you can’t go at it yourself unless you have experience.
Spraying UPVC conservatory is a professional job because the paint required is not available over the counter, the spray paint guns used are industrial-grade, and the techniques used to spray must be learnt through experience in the trade. The good news is spraying UPVC conservatories costs a lot less than you’d think. We can spray conservatories starting from £500 and we provide a 10-year guarantee on workmanship.
To ensure your conservatory appears as though it was originally installed in the new colour, as a finishing touch we always reseal the windows and fixings with a colour-matching sealant. This gives the UPVC a built-in appearance. The effect of this is akin to using a colour-matching grout when you tile a floor.
Most of our UPVC conservatory spraying projects have a customer invoice value of £500 to £800 and that’s on projects where we spray paint the inside and outside of the UPVC. A new conservatory costs way more, typically £6,000 to £10,000.
If you would like a personalised quote, email us photos of your conservatory to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that final quotes can be provided by survey only. Surveys are free. Call us on 0800 037 0658 to arrange yours.