Your front door isn't just a way of getting in and out of your Catford South home. It's also a statement that says a lot about you as a person. It reflects your attitudes, lifestyle and outlook. The colour and style lets people know if you are welcoming and open, sophisticated and intelligent, or mysterious and reserved.
Why does it matter what others think? In the end, it doesn't matter at all, but people do care about the image they present, whether consciously or subconsciously. And that affects their happiness. Revamp Spray understands this psychology, and we want to help you make the most of your door with our Catford South UPVC door spraying service.
Our front doors take a hammering from the elements over the years. Wind, rain, hail, and even UV rays from sunlight all take their toll. The summer heat followed by the icy winter puts the UPVC surface under stress, and all of this contributes to your door looking past its best.
The door fittings become weathered and blemished. The surface can fade and become dull, and the whole thing spoils the appearance of your house. UPVC also starts to degrade and can look pitted.
So, what are your options? You could replace it, or you could spray paint your UPVC front door.
Of the two possibilities, door spraying is by far the best choice for many reasons, as we'll see next.
Revamp Spray's spray painting service offers several benefits over replacing your front door.
Here are a few of those benefits for you to consider:
When compared to the cost of replacing your front door, UPVC spray painting offers significant savings. Instead of buying a new door, we simply spray your old one, making it look brand new. This is an attractive prospect for most people, especially in these times of financial uncertainty where prices seem to be continually rising.
All of our happy customers attest to the fact that Revamp Spray UPVC door spraying service will transform the exterior of your property. Unlike hand-painting with a paintbrush or roller, there are no brush marks, dimples or runs. Neither of those methods provides an acceptable finish.
UPVC spraying, when done properly, gives the impression that the UPVC was originally that colour when it was first installed. This is known as a factory finish, and you'll only get this from an experienced, professional, well-established company like Revamp Spray.
As well as vastly improving the look of your exterior doors, UPVC door spraying protects them from damaging UV rays and the worst that the weather can throw at them. Revamp Spray uses the best quality UPVC spray paint to ensure durability and long life.
You can rest in the knowledge that your door will last for at least another ten years or so, protecting your home from the elements and looking great the whole time.
Do you want to change the colour of your front door? While white UPVC doors look crisp and clean, to begin with, they can soon become lacklustre and grimy. And a fresh new colour adds bags of character, making your home interesting and pleasing to the eye.
Check out our colour charts to see the hundreds of options you can choose from. You can be as daring and bold as you wish, adding flair and style, or go with a modern, sophisticated choice like anthracite grey, one of the most popular colours of the day.
You can give us a clue about which colour you like using our RAL colour chart.
There are also three main finishes: matte, satin and gloss. Each one has its appeal, and it's up to you to decide which suits your style best. Feel free to ask for advice on any aspect you're uncertain about, as we're only too happy to help.
As well as saving you money, a door respray boosts kerb appeal, which is a bonus if you're trying to tempt potential buyers. You get to increase the value of your home at a fraction of the cost. And any expenditure is recovered when you sell your home. It's a classic case of win-win!
Revamp Spray professional paint spraying experts use only the best brands and provide a flawless finish every time. Because of this, your newly-sprayed door is guaranteed to last for ten years.
Revamp Spray UPVC door spray painting specialists treat all jobs the same. They are highly trained and aim to achieve a perfect finish every time.
This means that they follow a rigorous process for each job.
This is an essential step. Without proper preparation, you won't get a flawless finish, and paint may crack and flake.
The door surface is cleaned thoroughly to remove dirt, mould, bugs and bird droppings. Even when it looks clean, microscopic contaminants can remain. A solvent-based cleaner is applied to remove these. This will evaporate, leaving a residue that helps the spray paint adhere.
Any obvious damage is repaired to ensure a smooth finish.
Your Revamp Spray specialist painters will mask any areas not to be painted. While it might seem a simple task, it takes skill to apply the tape precisely, and any errors will spoil the result.
The painters will use plenty of good quality masking tape, along with tough polythene sheeting that protects glass, brick or stonework and any recesses around the door frame.
When the Revamp Spray painters are happy that all the preparation and masking is done, they will begin the spray painting stage.
Three thin coats of solvent-based paint are applied, and there is no need for a primer as the solvents in the paint adhere perfectly. However, we may use a primer if we feel it is necessary, perhaps if the door has scratches on the surface.
Our staff always check the final results to make sure they are up to our exacting standards. Before they leave they will clear away tools, equipment, and any debris or materials left over from the work. Once they are happy, they'll sign off on the work.
As well as UPVC doors, Revamp Spray can revitalise composite doors too. The Revamp Spray composite door spraying service provides the same excellent quality of finish that you'll get on UPVC doors.
Our specialists are trained to handle all types of composite door spraying, including GRP (fibreglass), laminate and UPVC coated wood.
The key to our success is in only working with the leading paint brands, as well as training all staff to a high degree.
UPVC door spray painting is a highly-skilled job that can't be rushed. Typically, one door requires three coats, each one needing time to dry.
Then you need to factor in cleaning and masking, as well as tidying up the work area and safely disposing of any materials at the end.
On average, you should allow at least an hour and a half to complete one door. This doesn't allow for any unforeseen circumstances, such as a sudden turn in the weather that temporarily halts the painting process.
In the end, Revamp Spray UPVC spray painting specialists aim to achieve a factory finish with as little disruption to you as possible. While they won't rush the process, you can rest assured that they will work efficiently to produce the best results in good time.
Why stop at a front door respray? It's unlikely that only your front door has been affected by time and the weather. It's up to you, of course, but a gleaming, newly-painted front door might make your old window frames seem even more faded.
You could transform the whole front of your home with an exterior house spray or by having your UPVC windows sprayed and even have your garage door sprayed.
When you call us about your front door spraying needs, feel free to get advice about painting your UPVC windows. As with your doors, it's far more economical than buying new windows!
Our spray painting service isn't only limited to the outside of your home. We also provide a UPVC spraying service for your kitchen units. You can reinvent your kitchen for significantly less than the price of a new one! If the structure of your cabinets is sound and you simply want a change of colour and style, we can help you with a kitchen respray. Estimates show that you can save between 50 and 80% on new kitchen units by having your old ones resprayed.
We can also help to give your conservatory a makeover. Over time, conservatories become grimy with mould, moss and dirt. They are often difficult to clean, so many people don't bother. Revamp Spray can restore the look of your conservatory, making it appear as good as when it was first constructed.
Just imagine, you could completely reimagine your property for a fraction of the cost of having a new door, new windows, new kitchen cabinets, and a new conservatory.
The total cost will depend on the size of the job. Our website provides general prices, but it's always better to speak to us for a free quote. When we know exactly what the task involves, we can give you a specific cost.
What we can guarantee is that it will be cost-effective, fair, and will reflect the high quality of our service. While it's always possible to find tradespeople who advertise cheaper rates, they won't offer the same quality of finish or the professionalism of Revamp Spray spray painting specialists.
Whatever you decide, Revamp Spray is on hand to advise you. We welcome all enquiries about our comprehensive UPVC door spray painting service, as well as any other spray painting you may wish to discuss.
In a time of rising prices and financial uncertainty, we provide a common-sense solution that keeps costs down without compromising on quality.
Call us today for a friendly, no-obligation, free quote, whether for a respray for a single UPVC door respraying, composite door spraying, UPVC windows, garage doors, a conservatory respray, or all of them combined.
Sprayed doors can last more than 10 years which is why we are comfortable providing a 10 year guarantee on our UPVC spraying work.
It is worth spray painting a UPVC door because it can cost as little as £150 per door which is substantially cheaper than replacing a UPVC door which can cost 3-6 times that amount on the cheaper end.
UPVC doors should not really be painted below 8 degrees celsius because it can hinder the drying process. There is also the risk of morning due which can hinder the final finish but it depends on the project length.
Yes you can indeed spray paint wooden doors and it will totally transform the look of your door and home with a refurbished new feel.