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UPVC Repair

We repair damaged uPVC, GRP, plastic and fibreglass. Saving you time, money and hassle.

Plastic Surgeon is the nationwide repair specialist, established for over 15 years. We repair all damaged uPVC surfaces including window cills and frames, doors, facias, cladding, baths, shower trays and more.

Most repairs are completed in around 2 hours, and are much cheaper and faster than having to fit a new replacement.

Our repair experts are all fully employed by Plastic Surgeon, we are not a franchise. We have teams throughout mainland UK who can repair your damaged uPVC surfaces in no time.

As soon as we receive your order our customer services team will arrange a convenient date to carry out the repair. The appointment time and date will be confirmed in writing and by text, with full details of the Finisher, including ID and vehicle registration.

Call us now on 0845 141 0000 for free, friendly advice about your damage and a free estimate.

All the colours of the rainbow

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Many insurance policies have a matching sets clause. This means that insurance doesn’t cover the costs of multiple replacement items if one is damaged. Let’s take a bathroom as an example – if the sink is damaged, insurers would cover the costs of replacing a sink, but wouldn’t replace a matching bath and toilet. The […]

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Perfect Parking

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The requirements for cosmetic surface repair come in many and varied forms. One of our construction clients was in a spot of bother recently when they realised that a disabled ...

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What is cosmetic repair?

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It is fair to say that at Plastic Surgeon, we go out of our way to help our clients solve their problems: and that the business is as much about service standards as it is ...

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“We were extremely impressed by your security measures, as to who was attending. The fact that you were able to repair the bath saved thousands of pounds and the possibility of having to replace virtually all of the bathroom. Thank you.”

Ms Cope