An exterior home facelift without the price tag, thanks to Spray-Net

Tired of the look of your old siding? Or maybe you can’t stand the colour of your outdated brick anymore. Whatever it may be, your house most likely needs a face lift. The good news is that you don’t have to pay to replace everything to get a quality finish.

Revamp and transform your home in one day using Spray-Net, the on-site factory painting solution that delivers a quick and cost-effective alternative to siding, door and window replacement.

“We boost your home’s curb appeal,” says Jean-Marc, co-owner of the family-owned Spray-Net franchise in the Lower Mainland. “We want people to fall in love with their house again and a lot of people think that in order to do that, they need to replace surfaces that are 25-30 years old.”

“We can revamp non-organic surfaces at a fraction of the cost of replacement,” Karine, the Operations Coordinator of Spray-Net Vancouver Lower Mainland, said.

They deliver the best alternative to replacement by renewing and restoring these different surfaces:

·       Aluminum siding

·       Vinyl siding

·       Stucco

·       Aggregate

·       Hardie board

·       Brick

·       Front and garage doors

·       Windows.

Over the years, Spray-Net has developed its very own line of industrial-strength exterior paints and coatings. This means that, “from formulation to application, it’s all Spray-Net, cutting out the middle man! That’s how we can offer a 15-year warranty,” says Karine.

Spray-Net is one of the fastest growing home improvement businesses in Canada. In fact, Spray-Net Vancouver Lower Mainland boasts a 10/10 review rating on Home Stars, Canada’s largest and most trusted source for connecting with home professionals.

What does the Spray-Net Vancouver Lower Mainland team owe their success to? Outstanding customer service and customer satisfaction. With free, no obligation quotes, you can see for yourself.

To find out more about Spray-Net Vancouver, visit their website or call 604-260-4525.

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