RAL Colour Chart

Select the Perfect Colour for your Spraying Transformation

RAL Colour Chart

Select the Perfect Colour for your Spraying Transformation

RAL Colour Chart

Select the Perfect Colour for your Spraying Transformation

Understanding the RAL Chart

There are a vast array of colours available for you to choose from to complete your transformation. Take a look at the RAL colour chart swatches below to compare different colours. We have also answered some popular questions that customers ask about uPVC Spray Painting. 

The official RAL colour system includes over 150+ colours that vary from darker shades like navy, emerald green and burgundy, to lighter palettes like cream and pastel green and blues. With such a plethora of selections, we can accommodate even the most niche tastes. 

Each colour has a unique RAL code. The beginning number tells us the generic range, and the complete code is the specific shade. So, for example, RAL 2 refers to the orange palette, and the full code RAL 2013 is 'pearl orange'.

There are a total of 2,530 RAL colours – 215 shades are included in the RAL CLASSIC colour collection, 1,825 shades in the RAL DESIGN SYSTEM plus and a selection of 490 shades are available in the RAL EFFECT colour collection

This would generally depend on the type of application and what material is being sprayed. A cost-effective method is spray painting and we offer a 10-year guarantee on all of our paintwork, however, the longevity of your respray could surpass this time and the colour should not fade. In the very unlikely case that you notice any discolouring simply get in touch with us and we will fix the problem, customer satisfaction is at the heart of our business.

Dual colour styling is the ideal solution for those looking for the versatility of having different colours on different elements of their property. A combination of 2 or 3 complimenting or contrasting colours can look fabulous in a kitchen. Some of our customers choose to have 2 colours for their exterior, an example a darker shade of grey on their uPVC windows and doors and then a different colour on their spray-painted on their garage door. A recent customer had their uPVC windows and window frames sprayed in Silver Grey RAL 7001 and their front door and garage door sprayed in Anthracite Grey RAL 7016. The Dual Colour Option is perfect to unleash your inner style and if you are ever unsure, our colour consultation service is at your disposal.

Some of our customers want to achieve an original factory finish on their white uPVC windows and doors with Traffic White RAL 9016. 

The most popular colour choice in 2020 was RAL 7016 Anthracite Grey paint for UPVC windows, uPVC window frames and uPVC front doors. Signal Grey RAL 7004 and Dusty Grey RAL 7037 came in at second and third place.

 

In 2021 we see slightly new trends for both residential and commercial properties;

1) Anthracite Grey RAL 7016

2) Jet Black RAL 9005

3) Pale Green RAL 6021

4) Slate Grey RAL 7015

5) Signal White RAL 9003

If, however, your considering "what colour should I paint my kitchen", then the most popular colour choices in 2021 are Wimborne White and Pavilion Gray from the Farrow and Ball colour range.

Whether you have a traditional style or modern style home, there are colours to suit your property. However, for a contemporary feel, we would recommend monochromatic colours like grey, black and white. 

Our free colour consultation service experts can advise you on your requirements. So if it is your windows and doors or your entire house needs spray painting, we are here to help should you need it.

Yes, absolutely. To ensure a seamless appearance on your property, we will use our extensive swatch chart to find the exact colour of your current windows and doors. If necessary, we will combine colours to find the perfect match.

Yes, absolutely, we can paint uPVC windows grey, regardless of the original colour. We apply two generous coats of our high-quality paint to achieve full coverage. UPVC windows painted grey will complement any brickwork or stone work. For prices, check out spray paint uPVC windows cost.

Understanding the RAL Chart

There are a vast array of colours available for you to choose from to complete your transformation. Take a look at the RAL colour chart swatches below to compare different colours. We have also answered some popular questions that customers ask about uPVC Spray Painting. 

The official RAL colour system includes over 150+ colours that vary from darker shades like navy, emerald green and burgundy, to lighter palettes like cream and pastel green and blues. With such a plethora of selections, we can accommodate even the most niche tastes. 

Each colour has a unique RAL code. The beginning number tells us the generic range, and the complete code is the specific shade. So, for example, RAL 2 refers to the orange palette, and the full code RAL 2013 is 'pearl orange'.

There are a total of 2,530 RAL colours – 215 shades are included in the RAL CLASSIC colour collection, 1,825 shades in the RAL DESIGN SYSTEM plus and a selection of 490 shades are available in the RAL EFFECT colour collection

This would generally depend on the type of application and what material is being sprayed. A cost-effective method is spray painting and we offer a 10-year guarantee on all of our paintwork, however, the longevity of your respray could surpass this time and the colour should not fade. In the very unlikely case that you notice any discolouring simply get in touch with us and we will fix the problem, customer satisfaction is at the heart of our business.

Dual colour styling is the ideal solution for those looking for the versatility of having different colours on different elements of their property. A combination of 2 or 3 complimenting or contrasting colours can look fabulous in a kitchen. Some of our customers choose to have 2 colours for their exterior, an example a darker shade of grey on their uPVC windows and doors and then a different colour on their spray-painted on their garage door. A recent customer had their uPVC windows and window frames sprayed in Silver Grey RAL 7001 and their front door and garage door sprayed in Anthracite Grey RAL 7016. The Dual Colour Option is perfect to unleash your inner style and if you are ever unsure, our colour consultation service is at your disposal.

Some of our customers want to achieve an original factory finish on their white uPVC windows and doors with Traffic White RAL 9016. 

The most popular colour choice in 2020 was RAL 7016 Anthracite Grey paint for UPVC windows, uPVC window frames and uPVC front doors. Signal Grey RAL 7004 and Dusty Grey RAL 7037 came in at second and third place.

 

In 2021 we see slightly new trends for both residential and commercial properties;

1) Anthracite Grey RAL 7016

2) Jet Black RAL 9005

3) Pale Green RAL 6021

4) Slate Grey RAL 7015

5) Signal White RAL 9003

If, however, your considering "what colour should I paint my kitchen", then the most popular colour choices in 2021 are Wimborne White and Pavilion Gray from the Farrow and Ball colour range.

Whether you have a traditional style or modern style home, there are colours to suit your property. However, for a contemporary feel, we would recommend monochromatic colours like grey, black and white. 

Our free colour consultation service experts can advise you on your requirements. So if it is your windows and doors or your entire house needs spray painting, we are here to help should you need it.

Yes, absolutely. To ensure a seamless appearance on your property, we will use our extensive swatch chart to find the exact colour of your current windows and doors. If necessary, we will combine colours to find the perfect match.

Yes, absolutely, we can paint uPVC windows grey, regardless of the original colour. We apply two generous coats of our high-quality paint to achieve full coverage. UPVC windows painted grey will complement any brickwork or stone work. For prices, check out spray paint uPVC windows cost.

Understanding the RAL Chart

There are a vast array of colours available for you to choose from to complete your transformation. Take a look at the RAL colour chart swatches below to compare different colours. We have also answered some popular questions that customers ask about uPVC Spray Painting. 

The official RAL colour system includes over 150+ colours that vary from darker shades like navy, emerald green and burgundy, to lighter palettes like cream and pastel green and blues. With such a plethora of selections, we can accommodate even the most niche tastes. 

Each colour has a unique RAL code. The beginning number tells us the generic range, and the complete code is the specific shade. So, for example, RAL 2 refers to the orange palette, and the full code RAL 2013 is 'pearl orange'.

There are a total of 2,530 RAL colours – 215 shades are included in the RAL CLASSIC colour collection, 1,825 shades in the RAL DESIGN SYSTEM plus and a selection of 490 shades are available in the RAL EFFECT colour collection

This would generally depend on the type of application and what material is being sprayed. A cost-effective method is spray painting and we offer a 10-year guarantee on all of our paintwork, however, the longevity of your respray could surpass this time and the colour should not fade. In the very unlikely case that you notice any discolouring simply get in touch with us and we will fix the problem, customer satisfaction is at the heart of our business.

Dual colour styling is the ideal solution for those looking for the versatility of having different colours on different elements of their property. A combination of 2 or 3 complimenting or contrasting colours can look fabulous in a kitchen. Some of our customers choose to have 2 colours for their exterior, an example a darker shade of grey on their uPVC windows and doors and then a different colour on their spray-painted on their garage door. A recent customer had their uPVC windows and window frames sprayed in Silver Grey RAL 7001 and their front door and garage door sprayed in Anthracite Grey RAL 7016. The Dual Colour Option is perfect to unleash your inner style and if you are ever unsure, our colour consultation service is at your disposal.

Some of our customers want to achieve an original factory finish on their white uPVC windows and doors with Traffic White RAL 9016. 

The most popular colour choice in 2020 was RAL 7016 Anthracite Grey paint for UPVC windows, uPVC window frames and uPVC front doors. Signal Grey RAL 7004 and Dusty Grey RAL 7037 came in at second and third place.

 

In 2021 we see slightly new trends for both residential and commercial properties;

1) Anthracite Grey RAL 7016

2) Jet Black RAL 9005

3) Pale Green RAL 6021

4) Slate Grey RAL 7015

5) Signal White RAL 9003

If, however, your considering "what colour should I paint my kitchen", then the most popular colour choices in 2021 are Wimborne White and Pavilion Gray from the Farrow and Ball colour range.

Whether you have a traditional style or modern style home, there are colours to suit your property. However, for a contemporary feel, we would recommend monochromatic colours like grey, black and white. 

Our free colour consultation service experts can advise you on your requirements. So if it is your windows and doors or your entire house needs spray painting, we are here to help should you need it.

Yes, absolutely. To ensure a seamless appearance on your property, we will use our extensive swatch chart to find the exact colour of your current windows and doors. If necessary, we will combine colours to find the perfect match.

Yes, absolutely, we can paint uPVC windows grey, regardless of the original colour. We apply two generous coats of our high-quality paint to achieve full coverage. UPVC windows painted grey will complement any brickwork or stone work. For prices, check out spray paint uPVC windows cost.