SPRAY PAINTING – is where an oversized or small area are often covered with a good coating of paint when automated or hand-held spray guns are used. The devices have interchangeable heads so as to regulate the patterns of spray and there are differing types of spray guns. This method is far quicker than painting with a standard brush and doesn’t leave any brush marks
ARCHITRAVE – Found in Greco-Roman architecture , this is often the horizontal beam or lintel that’s supported by columns. Architrave can even be used to describe mouldings which will frame a door, window or archway.
BALUSTRADE – this is often the row of vertical posts that support a horizontal rail for adornment and safety purposes on staircases, porches, terraces, balconies, parapet and bridges. Each individual baluster supports the railing that is a barrier and an entire row of these are named a balustrade.
CLADDING – A non-structural outer skin of a building’s exterior. On industrial units, this lightweight, protective layer is typically metal and is bonded onto the surface to supply a resilient, low-maintenance finish.
CURTAIN WALLING – A non-structural outer wall overlaying a building’s exterior. This lightweight façade consists of an aluminium frame which is typically filled in with glass or veneer panels. Benefits of curtain wall systems include protection of the building against air, water and sway also as letting daylight in and providing a beautiful finish. In built-up areas like industrial or commercial spaces where there could also be a high level of pollution, curtain walling can often be drastically affected. Causing high levels of corrosion and deterioration, they will start to seem very outdated and tired at a fast rate. Curtain walling paint also can start to bubble, because the glass between it can become hot, the paint takes the brunt of the heat and starts to flake, peel and bubble. Curtain walling coatings are specially designed to stop this exact thing from happening. Not only will the proper coating application stop it from fading but it also can make sure the paint is maintained throughout the years
DOORS – internal or external
FASCIA – Found on buildings, this is often an extended , horizontal frieze under a roof edge or between mouldings on an architrave. This flat piece of board or sheet covers the highest of rafters and should span the top of columns or across a wall.
FIXINGS – These are systems for anchoring heavy duty items in masonry and concrete. utilized in the development industry, fixings are often chemical or mechanical anchors like metal fasteners.
GARAGE DOOR– Garage door starting from £250 Industrial or domestic.
MOLDINGS – an ornamental architectura9l feature usually made out of wood, stone or plastic. This ornamental strip is employed to decorate a wall, door or building exterior and is usually called mold.
ROLLER SHUTTER – this sort of shutter is typically metal and protects a door, window or shop front from weathering and break-ins. A roller shutter is formed of horizontal slats that are hinged, in order that when it’s opened it’s ready to roll into the lintel above the opening.
SHOP FRONTS – Shop front coatings are an incredible way to ensure your store features a perfect appearance and appeals to your customers the way you would like it to. Many of our shop front coatings also present themselves as a protective layer to your storefront. As they’re normally exposed to a variety of weather forms which may cause fading, deterioration and corrosion all which you do not want on your storefront. Coatings are often applied to make sure your exterior is water and dirt resistant which provides a stunning exterior all year round. Price varies on size.
SOFFIT – this is often the finished underside of a fascia or other architectural structure and is usually called the eave. Over time a soffit will become whethered and will need on site spraying to make them vibrant yet again.
STRINGERS – These are the vertical structures in stairways that support the treads (the horizontal step) and risers (the vertical part of a step). Paint stripping – The outer coating from the metal surface or substrate is removed by mechanical or chemical means for a smooth surface. this is often necessary before re-spraying so as to attain a sleek finish.
SUBSTRATE – The underlying base material of a surface. It can be any layer lying underneath another, but usually refers to the metal that’s to be re-sprayed.
UpVC SPRAYING – the bulk of our work is within the preparation; the costs are estimated and subject to change. The average price of replacing windows is around £400 – £600 however the typical price of spraying windows is around £100
The average price of a house to have double glazing windows fitted within the UK is between £4800 -£7200 to the average price for a house to possess all of the windows on site spray painted is between £900 – £1800.
- Single external door – £250
- A small terrace house – £900 to £1200
- 3 bed semi single dwelling – £1200 to £1650
- 4 bed single dwelling – £1350 to £1800 Front of House: 3 small windows & one door ranging from £450.00
- Conservatory — ranging from £900 to £2000
The prices above can vary slightly depending on several factors such as; The material to be sprayed. The size of the windows/doors/area. The location of the work . How accessible Is it? (scaffolding and cherry pickers can increase the price). The number of opening windows (windows must be opened and taped on the hinged areas).
WINDOW FRAMES – like upvc but all other materials used today for example aluminum and wood.