ReSpray your PVC windows and doors
Not only will it help save your money, but you can also choose your preferred colours for the windows and doors, and have them personalized to your specifications. Another essential benefit to mention about doing a respray instead of replacing your kitchen windows and doors is that it’s a much quicker process.
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Depending on the number of windows and doors that have to be resprayed in your house, it will take anywhere between 2-4 days. This is much faster than the tedious option of having all the windows removed and reinstalled.
Better left to the professionals
No matter how easy a kitchen respray may seem, it’s not something you should attempt to do on your own. You need to hire professionals to do it for you.
They have the necessary equipment and know-how that is needed for respraying both the interiors and exteriors of your uPVC doors and windows in any colour you want.
Besides, it’s not just a simple respray. There’s some additional work that has to be done to ensure the kitchen respray lasts for a long time, at least for its guaranteed ten years. For example, the specialists have to first clean and degrease all of the uPVC doors and window frames.
This is necessary and done to ensure that the paint bonds perfectly to the doors and windows. This is something you will not know, but only professionals know and will be able to do. You will, of course, have to pay a little for their services. However, the entire costs of a kitchen respray including the materials and labour costs are always much cheaper than buying new doors and windows.