Interior Home Painting

A splash of paint can make a room look new!

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    Do you want to get your full home painted, or maybe just a few rooms?

    Interior home painting is a fantastic way to improve the overall look and feel of a room. It can trick the mind into feeling like a room is larger, draw focus to specific desired areas, give the appearance of brightness and light, and make an area seem newer in general. On the reverse side, if it’s done badly or is just plain old, it can make a room feel heavy, dark, small and suffocating, and just plain unappealing.

    Interior home painting doesn’t need to be done to your entire home; it can be for specific rooms that need work, or a subset of rooms. Things like doors, window frames, cornices and skirtings can also be painted during the works, bringing fresh life to all aspects of your home.

    Uneven walls, imperfections and surface preparation

    Many people forget that paint isn’t itself a surface filler. It means that imperfections in the plaster, concrete or timber will still be visible after painting. This includes any rough and uneven surfaces or lines, dents, holes and scratches. Proper sanding and preparation of the surface substrate can help even out some of the shallower imperfections, but other issues may require patching or more serious rectification works. These services do come at an extra cost and in the cases of some of the more severe problems, can add quite a bit of extra time to the work. However, if you’re going to the extent of repainting, wouldn’t you want a perfect finish?

    So if you are looking to get interior home painting and maybe some surface rectifications, contact us today and we can help you get the best finish possible!

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    Helpful Hint #72514

    Consider painting a feature wall to draw attention to part of a room. The right colour can add drama, or life into the area.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    We can definitely do feature walls with a textured finish. You’ll need to be specific about what sort of texture you’re hoping to achieve and we can do test patches to make sure it’s what you want.

    No, any areas that are not intended for painting will be covered with drop sheets or taped up.

    Definitely. All paints that we use are suitable for their specific areas, so bathroom paints will be mould resistant.

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