How Does UPVC Spray Painting Work?

To ensure we do a thorough job and give the best finish for your UPVC windows and doors, we follow a structured process when we spray paint UPVC.

The uPVC paint spraying process includes the following:

1. Preparation

UPVC Spray Painting Window Surface Preparation

The surface to be painted must be clean and clear. The cleaning agent we use thoroughly cleans the UPVC of traffic film, organic matter and dirt.

If we are painting outdoors, we may move objects around and if that isn’t possible, we’ll cover them. For any painting indoors, we will make sure any furniture, floors and carpets are fully covered and protected with sheets.

2. Masking

UPVC Paint Spraying Masking Preparation

This is a vital step in UPVC spray painting.

Any areas close to the spray zone which we don’t want to paint, we make sure are completely masked off. This ensures full protection for all brickwork areas in and around the windows, doors and other areas that we are spraying.

To guarantee a perfect finish, we remove all handles and fixings on doors and windows if required.

3. Spraying

UPVC Paint Spraying Window

When we’re satisfied that all surfaces are clean and properly masked, we’ll then start spray painting. We assemble our specialist spray painting equipment onsite. Once the preparation is complete, setup of the spraying element is relatively quick.

We apply three coats of a specialist spray paint to the uPVC and to ensure even coverage, we take our time spraying and do one window, or ‘section’ at a time.

4. Detailing

UPVC Spray Painted Window Detailing

To guarantee a perfect, flawless finish, after performing a thorough quality check of our work, we’ll give any areas that need it another coat. Anything identified by us or the customer will be corrected on the last day of work.

We are confident in our process and provide a 10 year guarantee against cracking, peeling and colour stability.

Hopefully this helps explains how UPVC spray painting works, but if you have any other questions, you can call us on 024 7736 0030, email us or fill in our enquiry form here.

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