Fantastic Conservatory respraying in 2022. Great Results

If you need your conservatory respraying, we will help!

Suppose you have questions about your conservatory, and one of them is about the colour of the uPVC frames.

You might be glad to know that you can quite easily make changes to your conservatory now to make it much more useable by changing the roof to a tiled conservatory roof.

You’ll experience massive thermal efficiency gains and then make it look much more modern by having a change of colour.

Many conservatories of the last 15 years were either white or brown, and let’s be honest; they always stuck out like a sore thumb in a garden, whatever the season was. Most homeowners wouldn’t dream of getting a new conservatory put up now unless it had a solid roof and a bit less glass, so the existing one stays but needs to blend in a bit more with the surroundings; that’s where a conservatory respray comes into the reckoning.

With an almost limitless choice of colours, you can now make your conservatory look brand new. Conservatory spraying is a smart alternative to buying new.

And with a suitable colour and shade picked, it could be like you’ve got an area of your garden to prioritise and plan accordingly with new planting and pots.

 

Dusty grey glass conservatory respraying
RAL 7037- Dusty Grey

We can update the frames on your old and tired conservatory to make them look like they have just been installed; all you need to do is pick a colour and let us do the rest and carry out your conservatory respraying.

A newly resprayed conservatory might coincide with a garden makeover, or you might be planning one for next year; see how we can help with your conservatory respraying by getting in touch with us via email or telephone.

From as little as £600 plus Vat for a small conservatory respraying project, you could upgrade your 15-year-old frames to look brand new and change the whole look of your garden.  We can do the same to your kitchen too, have a look at kitchen spraying in Leicester

 

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