How much does it cost?
The prices listed here serve as a general guide for the cost of our services.
For unusually large windows, additional charges may apply due to the extra time required compared to an average-sized window.
If the windows are not in a condition ready for painting, there will be an additional charge of £20 to £40 per side, depending on the extent of preparation required.
This preparation includes:
- Sanding the entire sashes and window frames to ensure that the new paint adheres properly to the existing paint.
- Removing all loose putty and replacing it with new Butyl putty that can be painted instantly without cracking.
- Filling all cracks, holes, and imperfections in the windows with Toupret exterior window filler, followed by sanding to achieve a smooth finish.
- Sealing the gaps between the putty and the glass with Toupret flexible filler. This prevents water from seeping behind the putty and rotting the timber sash, a problem that can go unnoticed but result in significant and costly damage down the line.
If these are new windows and ready to be painted, applying two coats of paint to either the exterior or interior will cost between £80 and £100 per side. The price varies depending on window size and the level of difficulty involved.£80-100per side
For windows that are ready to paint, expect to pay between £100 and £110 per side.£100-110per side
If these windows are ready to paint, the cost will be between £120 and £130 per side.£120-130per side
For windows that are ready to paint, the cost ranges from £140 to £150 per side.£140-150per side