Give your old double glazing a new look

Why settle for the old standard white uPVC, choose your own unique colours and give your home back its curb appeal.

uPVC Paint SprayingHere are just some of the benefits:

uPVC Paint Spraying

Your home, your choice:

From changing the colour of your front door, to a complete colour change of every window and door in your home, the colour choices are endless.

Not forgetting colour matching your conservatory, fascias, soffits or guttering.

Choose your colour and we will do the rest

Try the RAL Colour Picker:

...or choose a Farrow & Ball colour from their website.

Call our uPVC spraying team NOW - 02392 740408


Why Choose Window Aid?

Having decided on changing the colour of your old PVC window and doors, you now have to find a company you can trust to give the service you're after. Looking for a company that will spray double glazing is a challenge in itself, so here are some helpful pointers:

Window Aid provides all the above and more

We offer a uPVC spraying service that we believe is second-to-none.

Before respraying PVC, we strip down the window and doors to remove glass units, gaskets, handles, locks and opening sashes. Other companies will just mask up the glass and spray.

CheckaTrade PVC Spraying



The Window Aid uPVC Respray Process

uPVC Window Spraying


Care is taken to make sure plants and shrubs are protected from overspray or big boots. Inside, the window/door opening is sealed off using plastic sheeting, minimising any fumes and stopping overspray.

PVC Respray Service


Glass is removed, gaskets are taken out, window handles and door furniture are removed. The trim around the frame may need to be removed if the original fitters have been over enthusiastic with the silicone.

Double Glazing Respray


This part of the process has to be very thorough. Frames are cleaned using a specialist degreaser, then a product is applied that will prepare the frame for the paint, chemically bonding the two together.

PVC Colour Spraying


This is very time consuming, but necessary to provide that new and crisp-edged finish.
Brickwork and any surrounding surfaces need careful masking or covering to ensure paint only goes where intended.

PVC Door Spraying


We now apply your chosen colour. This is sprayed in three light coats, which allows a smooth, even coverage.
The paint is touch-dry in 10 minutes and will be fully cured within 24 hours, meaning your windows and doors aren't out of action for long.

Respray PVC Windows


Now for the exciting part, we can put everything back together again.
Sashes are fixed back into the frame, gaskets installed, glass units put back in place and glass cleaned.

Colour Matched uPVC Spraying


Your windows or doors will now look like brand new coloured units.
Any trim used will be colour matched to frames.
We'll even colour match the silicone beading, to ensure a top quality finish.

PVCu Colour Spraying


We can provide the finishing touches: replacement handles, letterboxes and door furniture.
This all adds a bit of sparkle to your newly sprayed windows and doors.


Call our Checkatrade Approved uPVC Sprayers - 02392 740408


Why we do what we do: REPAIR, REVIVE & REUSE.

Repair Revive ReuseLatest research shows that uPVC windows can last 35yrs+. The auxiliary parts like hinges, locks, seals and glazing units have a shorter lifespan. The good news is these parts can be serviced or replaced at a far lower price than total replacement.

Apart from the high cost of replacing uPVC windows and doors with new, there is the environmental issue of what happens to the old double glazing.

Only around 3% of PVC is recycled according to the latest Green paper report and then the strange thing is another report states that PVC remains inert for hundreds of years in landfill sites. Then there is the energy it takes to either manufacture or recycle which can also create more pollution. So this is where we come in, by providing a complete repair, revive and reuse double glazing care package.

We can help your double glazing last way past the 10-15 year throw away period, the usual lifespan recommended by the window replacement industry.