Replacement of your old shabby looking UPVC conservatory can be expensive! With UPVC conservatory spraying we can give your old conservatory a new lease of life at a fraction of the cost!
Here at Spray Lords we can take your old existing conservatory and transform the look, giving it a factory fresh appearance. With our UPVC spraying service there is no need for replacement. We can professionally respray your conservatory in any colour you like, we have a wide range of spray coatings to choose from all of which transform the look of your home at a fraction of the price that a full replacement would cost.
Over time, UPVC conservatories can fade in the sunlight, the UV rays can turn white windows “yellow” and for coloured windows they can appear “bleached” where the UV light effects the pigment in the plastic.
By respraying your UPVC conservatory you can restore the look, as if it is brand new. Our spray coatings provide a UV protective layer to your window frames, prolonging their life and vastly improving their looks.
Our spray coats are extremely durable and hard wearing to protect them from scuffs and scratches, we have a wide range of colours to choose from giving you the opportunity to transform the look rather than replacing which can cost £1000’s.
UPVC conservatory spraying is a lot more cost effective, contact us for a FREE quote, let us help you transform the look of your home!
With our conservatory spraying services we can transform the look of your conservatory from the outside and also the inside, we can update and modernise the interior of yoru UPVC conservatory to match the decor of your home and other rooms.
We prepare the glass with a deep clean to eliminate dust and contaminates. We will also remove silicone if necessary, and replace it at the end.
High-strength INDASA adhesive film, designed especially for glass is applied to guarantee ultimate glass protection
“The Chemical Clean”
We use specialist chemical products designed to strip weathered plastic frames, along with an ultra-fine scotch to perfectly prep the surface ready for “the Grip Coat”.
Bricks, render and other surrounding materials are thoroughly covered and protected against overspray.
“The Grip Coat”
A fine mist of product is now distributed evenly over the frames. This ensures the “Top Coat” will bind effectively.
“Top Coat Finish”
Experienced, skilled professionals execute specialised techniques to achieve a high-quality factory finish and your chosen sheen level: matte, satin or gloss.