Spray painting in London

Ultra-fast painting with a beautiful long-lasting finish

Spray painting services in London

Time really is money, but that’s never a reason to compromise on quality.

Air­less spray paint­ing is an excel­lent solu­tion for people who either need a job to be fin­ished quickly or have a large sur­face area to cov­er. Either way, the tech­nique required to carry out a first-class job is some­thing of a specialism.

We’re one of the lead­ers in the field of air­less machine spray paint­ing and have car­ried out a num­ber of pro­jects, includ­ing com­mer­cial, domest­ic, and indus­tri­al. We know exactly which paints to use for a spe­cif­ic job; plus, we’re experts at fire­proof­ing and using anti-cor­ro­sion liquids.

Being PASMA and IPAF cer­ti­fied means we are fully insured and qual­i­fied to work high up, assemble towers and use powered access equip­ment. Spray paint­ing is par­tic­u­larly effi­cient at cov­er­ing extern­al walls and des­pite the way it looks, can in fact provide a very del­ic­ate finish.

Per­fect for:

  • Spray­ing large surfaces
  • Deal­ing with large pro­jects in short time frames
  • Using spe­cial­ist paints
  • Anti-cor­ro­sion proofing
  • Fire­proof­ing
  • Del­ic­ate finishes

Works well on:

  • Shop win­dows
  • Doors and doorframes
  • Win­dow shutters
  • Wooden sur­faces
  • Met­al and metal­lic surfaces
  • Con­crete
  • Plaster

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does spray paint stay tacky?

The spray paint should not stay tacky for more than 3 days. If it does, you may have used too much at once. In such cases you may need to wait a little bit longer.

How many coats of spray paint?

It depends on the sur­face and its shape. Try to apply as few lay­ers as pos­sible while cov­er­ing the entire space. Usu­ally, two coats are enough.

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    Call us today on 020 7971 7878 to book a FREE consultation and to discuss your airless spray painting needs.