How Good Will The Aluminium Window Painting Finish Be?


“A finish so good it’s comparable to the finish on brand new window”
I’m often asked just how good our finish is. And you know it all boils down to the preparation taken because with the right preparation even the worst surfaces can be made to look fantastic.

Imagine a surface so good that it passes the ANGRY Client test. Yeah! We regularly do work restoring new windows that have been damaged during construction for the new window manufacturers. And you could imagine just how upset some new home owners could get when they buy a new house and the windows are damaged. The new home owners’ expectation on the finish we are asked to produce is of a new looking finish, to match all the other adjacent newly finished surfaces. We have never failed to exceed expectations.

Our ability to consistently produce high quality finishes for our clients is made possible only because of the specific 23 point quality control checklist of systems and procedures we have designed, developed and mastered which we rely on day in day out to run our business.

And it’s these same specific 23 point quality control checklist of systems and procedures that has allowed Window Revival to achieve the highest industry accolades by being awarded the title of Master Builders Painting & Decorating Contractors for 2008.

If you would like to take the next step and gain a greater understanding of the investment you’ll need to make to have your aluminium windows restored then Go Here to request a FREE QUOTE where myself or one of my qualified technicians NOT a SALESMEN can pop by your home to measure up, answer your questions and discuss if you’d be better off replacing your windows or restoring them. Or simply call tel: 1300 882 482 today to make an appointment.

We’ll take the measurements of your window frames away and prepare a detailed proposal outlining the cost for both options replacement and painting so you can be fully informed and make the choice right for you.

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