Your kitchen looking worn and tired?
Get a kitchen respray
Our professional kitchen spray painting team can give your kitchen a new lease of life by repairing minor damage and spray painting kitchen cabinets and doors giving them a clean, fresh, new look.
We have thousands of colours available in five different finishes.
Our kitchen respray painters offer a professional kitchen spray painting service. Spray painting kitchen cabinets involves removing all doors, drawer fronts and anything else we can remove to be taken away to be spray painted in our factory. Items that can't be removed will be spray painted on site including cabinet front edges or frames.
We can match colours from Benjamin Moore, Farrow & Ball, Little Green, Dulux, Crown or any other colour you might like for your kitchen respray. All we need is a sample of the colour to match.
Our kitchen respray team offer 5 different finishes/sheen levels for you to choose from when having your kitchen spray painted.
Matt, Eggshell, Satin, Semi-gloss, Gloss
When spray painting kitchen cabinets we can fill your existing handle holes before spraying and drill holes for new handles or knobs when reinstalling doors and drawer fronts.
We can repair scuffs, scratches, dents, water damaged and blown mdf, chipboard, laminate, vinyl, and repairs to solid wood before kitchen spray painting.
Whilst carrying out a kitchen respray we can replace or remake broken or water damaged doors, cabinets, end panels, plinths, pelmet or cornice to match existing.
If your doors are in extremely bad condition and not suitable for a kitchen respray we can replace doors with new and respray your existing cabinets, end panels, plinths, pelmets and cornice to match new doors.
We can also supply and install new worktops and splashbacks in granite, quartz, ceramic, solid surface, solid wood or laminate while spray painting kitchen cabinets.
This unfortunate person used solvent based paint and accidentally leant on the hobs ignition switch which ignited the fumes and exploded causing the mess you can see in the video.
Fortunately nobody was seriously hurt.
Please excuse the language on the video