If you are considering window tints for your house, UPVC spraying is a perfect match to transform the external appearance of your home.
Whether you call them smoked windows or tinted windows, house window tints are the easiest way to make your home more private. Window tinting also helps to block harmful UV light, which can damage paintings and fabrics.
Window tints are especially useful for conservatories, orangeries, patio doors and bi-fold doors because they can be installed over large sections of glazing.
The cost savings can be enormous, with house window tints costing around 95% less than new glazing. Professional installation will also ensure that your tint film appears to be part of your glazing, rather than a separate installation.
UPVC spraying is a separate service that will enhance the appearance of your windows and doors. You can have them painted in any colour.
Interested in UPVC spraying?
If you want to increase the privacy of your home with window tints, there’s a good chance you’ll be interested in making your home look nicer too.
Having your windows and doors professionally coated will make them look like new and transform the external appearance of your house.
If you like the look of grey aluminium windows and doors, this is your chance to get the look for a fraction of the cost of replacement.
UPVC spraying costs 60 to 70% less than UPVC unit replacement. For example, if a new window would cost you £600, the price to spray paint it might be £160 including VAT. Most of the projects we work on come in at under £1,500 inc. VAT.
We can coat your UPVC in any colour on the RAL colour chart and British Standard colour chart. We specialise in coating the following features:
Our coatings are the best-quality in the industry. We use paints manufactured in Europe and all our technicians are highly trained.
Importantly, we are in the customer service business and we promise to look after your work. We stamp our coatings with a 10-year guarantee, and we will check in on your finish 4 weeks after completion to make sure everything’s okay.