Painted uPVC Stable Doors

We use a thermally efficient top quality British uPVC profile to construct our doors, guaranteeing strength and colour stability.

We fully reinforce all of our frames with aluminium, which will never rust, unlike galvanised steel. This is of particular importance due to our coastal climate here in Cornwall.

All the fixings, hinges, locks and door furniture are of stainless steel or non-ferrous metals.

Where glazed, our doors are made to receive standard 28mm double glazed sealed units. All units are manufactured to conform with British Standards and, where toughened glass is required, that also carries the BS ‘kitemark’.

We can apply an extensive range of colours to uPVC products during the final manufacturing process of your doors. We can match virtually any colour for you.

How the paint is applied

Before the paint is applied, all surfaces undergo two stages of preparation. Firstly, the surface is keyed using scotch pads that remove the glossy sheen and give the paint even greater adherence.

Secondly, it is cleaned with a preparation treatment, developed by the paint manufacturers specifically for the purpose, ensuring all surfaces are degreased and clean. If only parts of the items are to be sprayed they will be masked off. For example, you may choose to have a conservatory that is the colour of your choice outside and white inside. The products are now ready to be sprayed in our own spray booth on site at our factory showroom in Cornwall.

Our specially developed high quality paint chemically bonds itself to the uPVC, giving high resistance to scratching, fading and weathering.

After the products have been sprayed they are ‘oven baked’ and left to cure, before receiving a final coat of protective lacquer.

The painted finish is guaranteed for 10 years.

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