We offer various spray painting services. We can colour coat other materials such as timber, metals, glass etc.
Kitchen doors / drawers can be re-painted to create a new look and feel. Either a paint or lacquer can be applied to solid wood worktops. We can paint most building products to any colour of your choice.
We also offer on-site services for uPVC residential doors. Composite doors and garage doors. Please visit our Mobile Services page for more details HERE
Besides our standard uPVC painting services we are able to paint many other products. As a result, we can cater for many industries and can paint most materials.
Acrylic sheet (Poly(methyl methacrylate)
Galfan roller shutter profiles
Garage door panels
Powder coated metals
And many more ……..
Used in hundreds of everyday products, from retail environments to consumer electronics. Acrylic sheet is a versatile and adaptable material. Acrylic sheet is often chosen for its durability, impact strength. Most noteworthy, almost any shape can be formed.
Glass-reinforced plastic (GRP), is a composite material or fibre-reinforced polymer. Made of a plastic reinforced by fine fibers made of glass. Like carbon fibre reinforced plastic. Referred to by the name of its reinforcing fibres (fibreglass).
Glass is an unlimited and innovative material that has plenty of applications. It is an essential component of many products that we use every day, most often without noticing it.
Used in the glazing industry for windows, doors and conservatories.
Medium Density Fibreboard is a type of hardboard. Made from wood fibres glued under heat and pressure. It has many uses, including display cabinets, Kitchen units and furniture doors.
Galfan is hot-dip galvanized steel with a two-sided coating composed of zinc-aluminum alloy. It consists of 95% zinc and 5% aluminum. It offers improved corrosion resistance compared to zinc alone. Galfan improves corrosion resistance by 50% or more over traditional galvanization.
ABS plastic is heat-resistant, lightweight and impact-resistant. This plastic is often shot through with microscopic glass fibers for applications requiring extra toughness. This adds significant strength to the material. ABS has many uses in the construction industry.