Here at The Restoration Group with offer a multitude of colours in our uPVC spray painting service. Once you have decided to have your coloured uPVC doors or coloured uPVC windows spray painted the next is choosing which colour you would like your home restoration to be in.
Our expert team of professionals have over 20 years of industry experience when it comes to spraying uPVC doors, windows and conservatories using the latest methods and equipment to modern and refresh your home and below is our guide to picking the colour you want to renovate your home with.
We have hundreds of colours and shades to choose from when upgrading your coloured uPVC windows or coloured uPVC doors. To see the complete range of colours that we provide, via our paint suppliers, click here.
There are many advantages to choosing coloured uPVC doors and windows respraying from the Restoration Group. See below our list our coloured uPVC spraying advantages.
In conjunction with our paint supplier, we offer a limitless assortment of colours for you to choose from when getting your coloured uPVC windows resprayed. Standard uPVC fixtures in many homes across the North West are white although after a while can look worn and tired. Choosing a new colour respray modernises your home and even if you still wish to have white windows our minimum of three coats of paint in our resprays will ensure your windows look as good as new. Our most popular respray colours are Grey, Oak, Blue, Green, Black and White.
Anthracite Grey Windows and Doors
We use anthracite grey paint for windows and doors we are respraying to give homes a more contemporary look, but without taking away any homely feel that a property has. One of the most sought-after colours we use, anthracite spray paint is easily applied to windows which need sprucing up and the end result sees weary looking windows given another lease of life with their new modern look.
Another reason homeowners up and down the country have chosen anthracite grey door paint is that compared to on lighter coloured windows and doors dirt does not show up as clearly. While dirt and dust are unavoidable, doors and windows painted in anthracite grey will give off a cleaner look compared to lighter colours with the same amount of grime on them.
Brown uPVC Doors and Windows
Brown uPVC windows are a popular choice for homeowners who get their property spray painted as it can give their home a warmer look compared to some of the other colours we supply.
Here at the Restoration Group, we have several shades of brown that can be applied to your doors and windows and thanks to the high-quality paints we use you can rest assured that your brown uPVC windows will stay the same shade that we spray paint them for at least a decade.
Another positive to choosing brown uPVC paint is that it can work well with every property type. A versatile colour, brown uPVC will look just as good when painted at an older, more traditional property or at a new build.
If you are unhappy with the current look of your coloured uPVC doors then by opting for a repaint with us you can save up to 80% compared to the cost of completely replacing your current uPVC fittings. The Restoration Group provide a range of payment types to help to make the process more affordable for everyone, no matter their budget.
The first-class coating we use on uPVC fittings ensures the effects of our respraying will be long-lasting for the minimum of a decade. Because of this, we are confident enough to allow all our respraying work to come with a 10-year guarantee. Our coloured uPVC respraying will not fade, crack or discolour over time.
The high-quality paint we use on coloured uPVC windows and doors takes just an hour to dry and is fully cured is less than 24 hours meaning the full coloured uPVC process is complete before you know it. Instead of getting your uPVC fittings repainted you could choose to have them all replaced, but this takes a substantial amount of building work and time so if you coloured UPVC windows and doors are still secure and functional then look no further than The Restoration Group’s uPVC spray painting process.
The choice is completely up to you when it comes to picking the colour of your uPVC paint, though our team are always more than happy to advise and assist with what will suit your home best. We can even organise a home consultation to assess your current decor, allowing us to decide which colours could work best for you to use for your coloured uPVC front doors and conservatories.
To find out more about our colour uPVC respraying process give us a call on 0161 327 0482 or fill out our free no-obligation quote form.