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3 Questions to Ask When Looking for the Right Interior Painter

If you’re like most people, you may have been spending quite a lot of time at home lately. And like many people in the same situation, you may have started paying a little bit more attention to your surroundings.

You may have noticed a few little things that need updating, replacing or fixing around the house. A leaking faucet here or there. Some furniture in need of upholstering. Maybe a whole kitchen in need of renovation.


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An important question on home improvement

Whilst there are projects that require a fair amount of time, money and dedication, one of the more cost-effective ways to liven up your home is much simpler than people think. In fact, it’s as simple as painting the interior of your home. While there are many other home improvement projects that you could take on, here’s a question to ask yourself:

“When was the last time I painted the walls in my home?”

You might not realize it right away, but if you haven’t repainted the walls of your home in a few years to a decade, chances are the paint may be peeling and cracking. If you’ve been putting off the repainting job, there’s a possibility that one day a large sheet of paint is going to eventually come straight off, leaving your walls bare. The upkeep on your wall can range anywhere from three to five years and isn’t of any significant cost.

However, repainting your walls on your own isn’t the most practical way to go about the project if you aren’t a professional interior painter yourself. Taking on the task alone can lead to weak, uneven coats, stained furniture, and eventually a need to redo the whole process out of dissatisfaction. A professional interior painter will take care of your wall painting needs masterfully within a matter of hours and yield a beautifully finished colorful wall that can last for years on end without the need for constant touch-ups.

Looking to hire an interior painter to handle your wall painting job? Here are a few questions you should ask in order to make the right choice and avoid having any trouble after the job has been finished:

Will they prepare your walls properly for paint?

When an interior painter walks into your home, the first way to check if they really know their stuff is to see if they prepare your walls properly for painting. This measure usually includes cleaning dirty walls, removing grease and grime deposits and wiping off soap scum to make sure that the fresh coat of paint that goes on your walls doesn’t crack, chip, or peel right away.

Are they equipped with a wide selection of options?

The nervousness involved with changing your mind about the color after the paint job has been completed is a feeling shared between first-timers as well as home improvement veterans alike. A professional interior painter will usually schedule a meeting with you before the painting day to help you choose the final color that’s going on your walls so that they’ll know what type of paint to get. Typically, they’ll bring swatches with different color options from different brands. You’ll be able to see how they look in your home, reducing the chances of regret later on.

Do they have extra options or costs?

Some “professional” interior painters will try to surprise you with extra expenses, such as furniture moving charges or weekend booking bonus costs. Asking them beforehand about what extra costs will come along will help your budgeting when it’s time to settle the final bill. They can even provide you with extra options (such as eggshell paint, ceiling painting or baseboard refinishing) that you can request for a more satisfying painting process and result.

Conclusion

Good interior painters can be hard to come by. When it comes to painting something as personal as your home, it is reasonable to want the best result. Fortunately, we are house painters in Burlington, get in touch with us to see how we can help. We pride ourselves on high-quality workmanship at a competitive price.

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