Systemex recolours existing aluminium joinery all over New Zealand, giving old windows and doors new colours that last. We use sophisticated technology and specialised processes to ensure our recolouring is second to none. By paying careful attention to our preparation, materials, technique, equipment and the painting conditions, we produce a fantastic finish every time guaranteed.
Systemex knows little things make a big difference so we are continuously refining our aluminium joinery painting processes. We are painstaking in our attention to detail.
The amount of preparation required mainly depends on your window type and condition. For example, old powder coated painted aluminium windows with chalky paint take a lot more preparation than a newer powder coated surface. Anodized aluminium windows require a lot of preparation regardless of condition because of the need for more mechanical abrasion to key the surface.
We leave your property as we found it. All of the masking and waste materials are removed from the site at the completion of the job.
The paint we use is imported from Europe; this paint has been used in the aviation industry for over 80 years. It is a heavy industrial paint and is one of the best and most expensive paint products on the market that has well and truly stood the test of time. This paint doesn’t require any maintenance whatsoever. Other paints used by various other companies are household, automotive, and marine paints, these paints just won’t work on aluminium joinery long term. Household paint will crack then flake off, automotive paint will oxidize, and flake off without regular maintenance and no one washes and polishes aluminium joinery, marine paint has to be replaced every 3 to 5 years.
Systemex has been a specialist in repainting aluminium windows and joinery since 1994. We have developed a meticulous process over many years. Our dedication to correct preparation and use of only the highest quality paint and primer allows us to offer a 5 year warranty that includes anodised aluminium.