Frequently Asked Questions

We get asked some questions a lot, so here are a few of the most frequently asked questions we get hear:

Yes, most kitchen cabinet units are wood-laminate, wood or metal. These type of units can be repainted with spray painting techniques for a perfect like-new finish, without problem. Plastic laminate units might produce variable results if special preparation and paints are not used. If you’re not sure what type of units you have, please contact us as we will help guide you.

We can. Contact us Custom Spray Specialists and we will happily provide you with a quote.

We can match any colour and sheen level you require.

We collect your doors, plinths etc and take them away for between 5 to 7 days. We then return to mask up and spray the non-removeable parts of your kitchen and, dependant on the size of your kitchen, either instal the removable sections on the same day, or over the next 1 – 2 days.

We use 2pak paint which means we add a hardening agent to the paint, this makes the paint hard once cured so that it can stand up to the wear and tear of everyday use.

In most cases, the saving difference between respraying an existing kitchen and fitting a new kitchen is significant. We can also replace your handles by repairing existing holes, so you don’t have to keep the same style or you’d rather change a handle to a knob, etc.

Every kitchen is different, based on type of units, number of units, colour etc. Get in touch and let us know what you want and we’ll happily give you a quote.

We do indeed offer an aftercare service. Even the hardest of cured paint is not entirely indestructible. If an accident occurs and you have damaged or chipped the paintwork, give us a call and we can sort it out. We can repair on site, or if the damage is significant, we can always remove and take the damaged part away for more attention.