In contrast to wooden structures, aluminum and plastic frames are required not to be painted. New aluminum and plastic frames are supplied in a color of your choice, and this color then remains in place for the entire life of the structures. Do you still want to change the color of your aluminum or plastic frames or are your frames slightly discolored by the sun? Then painting the window frames is an option. We recommend to outsource this job to a professional painter, to ensure quality. This prevents the paintwork from hurting the life of your window frames. Important when painting aluminum or plastic frames is that you use the right primer. As a result, the paint adheres well and the painting layer remains as beautiful as possible for as long as possible. On the packaging of the color can you read for which substrate the primer is suitable.
Are you willing to a change in your interior? Provide your window frames with a new color and make them the eye-catcher in your home. For example, choose a pastel shade if you like a romantic atmosphere. Do you prefer a bright color? Have your window frames painted in firewood red, apple green or canary yellow and your window frames shine like never before. When choosing a color for your exterior painting, you should consider color regulations from your municipality. Always check whether it is allowed to paint your outer frames in a different color.
Painting window frames maintained
Of course, you want the paint layer on your chassis to remain as good as possible for as long as possible. Here you have influence yourself by keeping the paintwork well. For example, ensure proper ventilation in your home. The humid and polluted air can then escape from your home and is refreshed by fresh air from outside. This prevents moisture from affecting your painting. Proper ventilation means that the air in your home is continually being updated. So let the ventilation grilles in your windows always be open, even in the winter months, or provide a different way of ventilation.