Sliding windows, unlike the manual variety that cranks open, will slide back and forth in a track.
Due to the friction of the sliding window within its track, the paint will end up chipping and peeling over time and with continued use. Since we guarantee our work for 15 years against peeling, we cannot offer a permanent solution for sliding windows. Unfortunately for this reason we don’t provide estimates for sliding windows, as this is not a surface we paint.
We have Spray-Net locations across the provinces of Quebec, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia.
There are a couple of Canadian territories still up for grabs and we’re officially expanding nation-wide into the US, so click here to find out how you can become a Spray-Net partner!
When we paint your doors and windows, we remove the old caulking and replace it with brand-new, 100% silicone, colour-matching caulking. We completely replace the caulking because it’s a material that can’t be painted and because we want it to last
as long as the actual paint job. When it comes to the weather-stripping of your garage door, we remove it and paint it with our flexible coating, which will never crack. We don’t skip out on the details… even the smallest ones!
We offer homeowners a permanent factory finish that serves as an alternative to replacement. If we can’t fulfill this promise to you, then we simply don’t take on the project. In the case of brick, if pores are already saturated with a coating, it’s virtually impossible for the brick to absorb our stain. Like stripping wood, the time needed to strip aluminum and vinyl siding of paint is indeterminate. It can actually take DAYS to completely remove several coats of paint. If a project takes days, then it’s no longer cost-effective.
“Just paint over it” you say? Well, if we paint over an existing coat of paint, the aggressive additives that we add to all of our paints and coatings for maximum adhesion might actually chip away at the less-resistant latex paint. If the original paint film chips and flakes, then the outermost coat of paint will chip and flake with it.
When you see rust on your front door, it’s too late to save it. When you can actually see the rust, it means that the metal has already corroded behind the paint film. At this point, even after removing the rust, there’s no way to guarantee that it won’t come back. This can jeopardize the lifespan of a paint job and for this reason, we avoid all rusted surfaces.
We paint: – aluminum & vinyl siding – stucco & aggregate – metal front & garage doors – aluminum & vinyl windows – soffits, fascias & gutters
…and we can even stain brick!
As a nation-wide franchisor, we’ve painted thousands of homes across Canada so rest assured, you’ll always have someone to call if you need to. Our warranty isn’t separate from your Spray-Net contract either, it’s built right into it. Flip over your contract and your rights under our warranty are clearly and unambiguously stated.
Absolutely not. Our high-performance coatings and the fact that we adjust our coatings to on-site weather conditions during your project ensure optimal adhesion for a durable, long-lasting factory-quality finish. As a rule of thumb, if the work doesn’t peel after the first two winters, it won’t ever peel. In typical Canadian weather conditions, the lifespan of our work is 25 years or more. Peeling is the result of inadequate prep and application, and we take every precaution (like weather-adjusting our coatings) to make sure things are done right. In the rare case that you do notice peeling after the first two winters, simply give us a call and we’ll come back to fix the problem.
Most people confuse the difference between spray-applied paint and electrostatic paint. Electrostatic paint is oil-based and is commonly used in the industrial sector to paint difficult to paint shapes, like cylinders. Using an electrical charge, paint is propelled toward the surface to create a perfect, even finish. This isn’t necessary in the residential sector because we use non-toxic, water-based products. The water content of our products, as well as the painting of mostly non-metal surfaces, wouldn’t allow for a sufficient electrical charge. The big appeal of electrostatic painting is the low-fume property of the technique. All of our paints and coatings are specifically designed for spray application, and combined with our spray equipment, result in a high transfer efficiency and minimal amount of overspray. When it comes to painting the exterior of a home, we’ve created the best products and have mastered the techniques to create a like-new, factory finish.
Unlike the traditional brush and roller method, spray-applied painting is measured according to paint thickness rather than the number of coats. Depending on the specific exterior coating that we’re using, as well as weather conditions, paint thickness can vary between 1.5 and 15 mils. A thicker paint film doesn’t automatically mean it will be more durable.
You can be sure that our expert exterior painting crews are equipped with the products and have the experience to produce a permanent factory finish… every time.