Your uPVC window frames are right in the front line of protecting your home from everything the weather can throw at it. So it figures that over time, they start to lose that clean, white (or other colour) look, as grime starts to gather. Give them a fresh look with uPVC Window Spray Painting.

uPVC Window Painting

You probably believe that uPVC windows are maintenance-free – after all, that’s one of the biggest benefits that installers stress when they do the job. But just like any other part of the outside of your home, over time all the weather that they’re put in to protect us from takes its toll.

Discolouration, ingrained plant debris and mould can all attach themselves to your lovely once-white windows, and while these can all be cleaned off with a range of special products, the traces can easily hang around.

So have you thought about bringing your uPVC window frames back to looking like new by taking advantage of our uPVC window frame painting service?

You might not realise it, but there are so many more colours to choose from than just the standard white.

uPVC Window Painting

At Cheshire uPVC Coating we use a pallet of hundreds of colours, all specially formulated to give a lustrous, even coating which dries to add extra protection, and cover up the weak spots which time will have exposed in your original uPVC frames. Best of all, it looks great!

We have all the specialist equipment needed for spray painting uPVC windows, and can complete the job to your total satisfaction. And of course, it all takes a fraction of the time, and causes much less of the inconvenience of having your windows completely replaced.

The customer service that sits behind our expert service of spraying uPVC windows, added to the quality of our products and services themselves, have  earned us the accolade of Best uPVC Spraying Specialists in England and Wales from construction and property markets publication BUILD magazine.

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But you don’t have to take our word, or even that of our fellow professionals. We can back up this official recognition with lots of testimonials provided by the people who really matter – our own past customers, who have passed on some very kind comments online. 

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Joshua Dunbar

Couldn’t be happier with the team and the finished result.. the guys were on time, professional, and a pleasure to have around.

Laura Leigh

I absolutely love my new windows and door. Cheshire uPVC have done a fabulous job they went above and beyond as the render I used had a different top coat that no tape would stick to but they found a great solution and I couldn’t be happier with my results

Steve Tailor

Can’t fault Melanie and the team, my windows and doors look fantastic… If your looking for an honest family business.

Highly Recommend!


Before & After

Frequently Asked Questions

uPVC Window Painting FAQs

We use a high-grade paint coat that allows us to evenly distribute the paint across all UPVC windows. If you’re doing a DIY paint job for your UPVC windows, it’s best to online on what the ideal paint will be for your UPVC window. If you have any questions regarding paint or paint jobs in your local area, feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to help you.

Absolutely! For many homeowners, a quick refresh of their home exterior can often mean painting the exterior features of their home. In fact, if you want a more exclusive look at how you can make your home’s exterior look its best (yes, that includes your UPVC window frames!), then take a look at our bespoke blog about how you can make your UPVC windows and doors look better.

From our experience, we have seen paint in UPVC windows last between 5 to 10 years, depending on the quality of the paint’s application.

You must also consider other factors that may affect your UPVC window paint’s length of life – such as the seasonal conditions of where you currently live and the structural integrity of your UPVC window itself.

The short answer is yes! 

Once the paint is applied and dried, washing it off can be easy once you know the proper way to do it. The best way to do this is to soak your cleaning cloth with white vinegar, and while wearing a pair of rubber gloves. 

For any paint spots remaining, finish it off with some warm water, dish soap, and a second cloth to scrub off the paint that’s left.

If you’re looking to paint your window glass for your kids to enjoy or a creative project, we recommend water-based acrylic paint which is a very versatile paint type that can be used on a variety of surfaces.

What’s better, water-based acrylic paint can also be easily washed off if needed.

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