If your UPVC windows, doors and trim are looking worn down and a little grubby, you might be thinking about replacing them. Another option you have is to get them professionally spray painted. UPVC spraying costs vary, but the cost always works out lower than outright replacement if you get them all done at the same time.
Here’s a few comparisons to whet your appetite:
In these examples, the saving from the first project pays for the second one with £120 to spare. As you can see, that’s a huge saving.
So, how about a larger project like a full house?
To replace 10 double-glazed windows and two UPVC doors, it’ll cost you more than £4,500 all in. UPVC spraying costs much less. Spray painting the same house will cost less than £1,800. If we multiple 12 x £150 that’s £1,800.
When you factor in the discounts you’ll receive on a large project (let’s say it’s £15 per window) the cost drops down to £1,650, and you might be pleasantly surprised by a quote under that (we’re in the business of pleasant surprise).
What if I only need one window or door painting?
If you only have one window or door that needs refreshing, spray painting still works out cheaper on small projects like this.
We can spray paint your UPVC the same colour as the rest of your UPVC. This will create a perfect match and you won’t have to pay for a brand-new unit.
Most of our customers choose to go the whole hog and have us spray paint all their windows and doors a new colour to change the appearance of their home. But if you want to keep the appearance intact and save some money, spray painting the window or door is the way forward. You’ll save £300 to £800 per unit by doing so.
Dont forget we also re silicone all windows to appear as new!
We can also spray paint garage doors and interior surfaces. For more personalised UPVC spraying costs, please contact us and we’ll send you a quote.