Now that you’ve read that you can paint uPVC doors – you may be wondering, what are the benefits to uPVC door painting?
uPVC, occasionally otherwise known as PVCu, stands for unplasticised Polyvinyl Chloride – a highly adaptable and stable material that is often used in the manufacturing of window frames, doors, conservatories and a plethora of other fittings. uPVC is more rigid and sturdy than its older, perhaps more famous relative, PVC. If your property features old uPVC, it’s likely that it was fitted in the 1980s or 90s and may have aged badly; the traditional, blocky, white frames show dirt easily and quickly look tired and worn or just generally out of vogue. The Restoration Group specialises in injecting a new lease of life into your old uPVC windows and doors. Here are just a few reasons why you might consider upgrading the look of your property with uPVC door paint.
No Mess, No Fuss
An alternative to repainting your uPVC doors would be to entirely replace them – and, while you’re at it, investing in a new set of windows to match. Naturally, this requires a great deal of time and effort, and would effectively turn your property into a building site for an untold length of time. If your doors and windows are otherwise perfectly functional and secure, there is no need to subject yourself to this kind of upheaval – as all restoration services can be performed on site with up to the minute technology and great care.
It’s the quickest makeover your property will ever receive! The specialist paint used on uPVC windows and doors dries within an hour, and cures before a full day is over meaning the whole uPVC spraying process will be done before you know it!
It is absolutely possible to select any colour you wish for your freshly upgraded windows and doors. The shade is consistent building-wide too.
Of course, replacing all your uPVC fittings would incur a significant cost – one that is unnecessary if they are all still totally functional. A simple repaint could spare you up to 80% of that potential expense…
…and will just keep on saving you money, as the high-quality coating we use actually bonds with uPVC on a molecular level, guaranteeing you long-lasting effects for ten years at the absolute minimum. This is all without cracking, fading or discolouring. We are so confident of this fact that your new paint job will come guaranteed for a decade.
These are just some of the benefits of opting for uPVC door paint. The Restoration Group is capable of – and experienced in – working with multiple uPVC fittings for superb results. If you’re interested in giving your home a new lease of life without the expense of refitting doors and windows, and without ripping out perfectly functional uPVC, simply get in touch today, either by calling 0161 327 0482 or by filling out a contact form online in order to request a free home consultation today. The helpful team of specialists will be happy to answer your questions and assist you in any way possible towards achieving your ideal results.