PVC windows & Doors Respray
So you are shifting into a new house that is pretty much well furnished, and you are quite happy with it. The only problem you may have is that you don’t like the window and door colours as they clash with your room furniture.
Replacing the doors and windows at this point is not a feasible option as it’s an added, unnecessary expense with your other existing moving costs. This doesn’t mean that you have to tolerate these colours for a few more weeks or months! It’s now possible to respray uPVC doors and windows any colour you want to spruce up their looks as per your interior decorations.
Different colours for interiors and exteriors
You have a wide choice of colours to choose from, and these colours are usually used only for the exteriors as the interiors will be painted white, so that they don’t clash with your decor. Of course, this is your personal selection as you can always paint the interiors your chosen colour while the exteriors are painted a shade of white.
Just remember that if you plan to use white for the exteriors, ivory or crème are better options for muting the starkness. Not only do you have so many colours to choose form, there are also many finishes you can use like silk, metallic, gloss and matte. It’s left to you to choose and decide the ideal finish for your home’s different uPVC windows and doors.
If you are also unhappy with the kitchen interior and cabinet colours, you can always have them resprayed too. It’s much cheaper than a replacement, and can be completed in a day or two within your budget. The only preparation needed is to ensure the cabinets are empty. If you are shifting into a new house, there’s no need of emptying anything as there’s nothing in them!
You can personalise the cabinets with your chosen colour and once painted, most kitchen respray professionals give you a 10 year guarantee for the job completed. They give you such a long guarantee as the paint used for a kitchen resurfacing is not the ordinary paint used for
Philip Mckinney owns and operates one of the largest and most successful kitchen respray companies in the industry. He essentially coined the term “kitchen Respray” when he purchased the domain kitchenrespray.com in 2010. He has developed most of the “best practices” and industry standards in the Respray sector. Philip has written hundreds of articles on every aspect of the business and processes including the wider scope of the respray business in general like PVC respray, Bath respray, furniture respray, worktop respray, and repair.