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How much does it cost to spray your UPVC Windows & Doors?
Your home’s exterior is the first thing visitors notice before entering your property. As a result of aging, UPVC windows and doors quickly lose their clean and new appearance. A house with damaged or dated doors and windows does not give a good impression to potential buyers, new tenants and neighbours.
UPVC items, such as doors and windows, can be re-sprayed with a specialist coatings and paints to provide an instant makeover. Thanks to cutting-edge technologies you’ll never know that these features aren’t brand new!
Having a well-maintained exterior on your house can be beneficial for both the appearance of your home and its value. For example, UPVC spraying will increase a house’s curb appeal while also making it more appealing to potential buyers. It will also give you that house proud feeling!
UPCV spraying is a much less expensive option in comparison to full window and door replacement.
Replacing your entire house’s UPVC with new items can be a costly undertaking. Depending on the size or your property, for your average 3 bedroom property with 8 windows and 2 doors, a UPVC window & door spray job ranges from £1000 – £1200, a fraction of the price of fully replacing your windows and doors. A new front door alone could cost the same!
When estimating the cost of UPVC spraying, it is important to consider various factors.
Depending on the number of windows your property has and the number you would like us to spray the price would vary from property to property.
The average cost for spraying UPVC windows is £75 per window.
If your front or back door has a worn exterior, a fresh coat of paint can instantly make it look new. Just painting the door will also give the entire home a facelift.
The average cost of spraying a UPVC door is £150 per door, (£200 with the frame). A new composite door can be as much as £1,500 alone!
Getting a professional finish can be challenging. Spray painting also uses specialist tools that are not cheap and not easy to use.
Would you risk a poor paint job for your windows and doors on the exterior of your home? That is before you consider that window-painting can be dangerous, since it requires climbing up a ladder.
You may need scaffolding to reach hard to access areas and should not be used by inexperienced people. Spray painting can take time and effort, especially when done as a DIY job.
Although in some cases you can try to paint your windows and doors yourself, we would still recommend hiring a professional to do this. Especially if you need to achieve that highly professional look which will help to increase your property value.