UPVC spray painters specialise in spray painting plastics, just as car paint sprayers specialise in spraying bodywork. Because it’s a specialised trade, there are good, average and poor operators out there. The key to finding the best operators (we’re one of them – sorry for the plug) lies in the four points below, which you can use in your own search.
So, the first thing to look for in UPVC spray painters is case studies and an image gallery of work. The reason we say this is because they’re the best way to determine what you’re getting yourself in for. There’s simply no better way to judge the quality of a company’s work.
We have a gallery of our work which we keep up to date. We’re always uploading new projects because we’re busy and proud of what we do. Beware of companies who don’t have anything to show you. In our experience, you just can’t trust them.
Home surveys are important for UPVC spray painters because they allow us to properly quote projects, and they protect you from the ‘unexpected costs’ that some unscrupulous firms have been known to charge.
When you contact us, we’ll discuss your project with you on the phone and come down to survey your property at a convenient time.
During this survey, you’ll have the opportunity to speak with us and share your ideas. This is essential because you know what you want better than anyone. By meeting us in person, you’ll be able to pick our brains and judge for yourself our knowledge. We’ll perform a home survey and write you up a detailed itemised quote.
We’ll keep this point short – you should always see what other people are saying about the contractors you’re interested in, no matter their industry.
Check out their social media pages to view the latest chatter and take a look on TrustPilot to see how people rate them. You can check out our TrustPilot profile here.
Also check out Facebook reviews, as ultimately it’s a precise insight on the personal service you will receive when using us, they can be seen here which is currently the highest in the industry with over 200 5 stars.
Just because a case study looks great or a gallery is full of handsome projects, that doesn’t mean the firm’s using the best materials. And while the paint might look nice there might be an issue with the job, such as poorly prepped surfaces.
Paint is an important consideration because the type of paint used determines the quality and longevity of the work. Low quality spray paints are thinner than higher quality paints and they have loads of additives to fill them out. These additives degrade over time, which is what causes flaking, premature fade and an uneven finish.
Lastly, a word on workmanship – the UPVC spray painters you use should have the following system: clean – mask – prep – paint. There are no shortcuts with this. The surfaces need cleaning, masking and prepping before they can be painted. It’s as simple as that, so always make sure the company you choose follows a proper process.