It's a little known fact that uPVC deteriorates with the ultraviolet light from the sun, with a shelf life of approximately 20 years. After this, it starts to go brittle and discolour, traditionally this would Lawrence James mean having the expensive job of replacing with new, but not anymore!
Our technicians can completely transform the look and feel of your home by spray painting your existing uPVC with a specialist paint, making them look like new again and extending the life expectancy.
Will never fade, crack or peel
Fraction of the cost of replacing
Available in any colour and finish
Guaranteed for up to 10 years
Minimum disruption to your life
All work is carried out on-site by our qualified professionals, with the windows and doors sprayed in-situ. No more messy and expensive building work. No more dreary and dirty white uPVC. All for a fraction of the cost of replacing with new. All you have to do is pick a colour (any colour!) and we'll take care of the rest.
If your windows and doors are looking tired or if you just fancy a change of colour, get in touch today for a no obligation chat. Our teams work nationwide, so if your in Edinburgh or Essex, call today, we can help!
First things first, whether we're working inside or outside, the work area has to be clean and clear. If working inside, all items of furniture are moved or covered with plastic. The flooring is covered with drop-cloths. If outside, the area is swept out and any exterior furniture is moved.
The next step, using the specialist cleaning products, is to fully clean and de-grease the uPVC windows or doors that we're spraying. This is a 2 part process, utilising products manufactured specially by the paint supplier, to clean off any contaminants in the surface, to ensure a perfect bond for the paint.
Once all areas are fully cleaned, we start the masking process. If there are any handles that are not being sprayed they are removed. All the glass is taped up and protected with plastic sheeting. Any adjacent surfaces are fully masked off, protecting from over-spray, and the drop-cloths are taped into place, protecting the flooring
Once its all masked off, we set-up our specialist spray equipment, prepare the paint by mixing it with the curing agent, and then we're ready to start spraying. The uPVC is then sprayed by one of our technicians. The only thing you need to worry about is choosing the right colour!
Once the uPVC has been sprayed, we allow it to harden off for an hour before starting the clean down process. The specialist equipment is put away and the masking paper and tape is removed. All drop-cloths are folded and taken out and the whole room is swept/hoovered out. And that's how its done! The only thing to tell we’ve been there is the change in colour of the uPVC.