Most Frequently Asked Questions
For our clients’ convenience, we have put together a list of frequently asked questions. If your question is not answered below you may call or email us and we’ll do our best to provide an answer.
The timing depends on the condition of the spaces you used most at home. The areas you use the most are more likely to have paint scratches and dirtier. Usually, the most recommended span for repainting a home interior is 5-7 years.
Painting spaces in your house is essential to make it look like a home. Your family would enjoy a wholesome, blissful experience when every corner of your house is painted & reflects your true style. The painting also protects your home from harsh weather. Painting not only gives your house a makeover but also make your spaces hole-free and stain-free. Good paints also keep the moisture away from the walls and stop mildew growth.
- Increases the value of your home
- Makes your house more visually appealing
- It’s a great way to give your house a makeover
- Helps to prevent moisture damage on your walls, which stop mold and mildew growth
- Prevents dust and dirt from settling on your trim and surfaces
Yes, cold weather is suitable to paint indoor spaces. The fact is the interior has still moderate temperature and is not expose to harsh weather, so it takes the same time to dry as in warmer months.
Most latex paints take 1-2 hours when applied between 15-32 degrees temperature, then recoating can be done within 4-6 hours, depending on the quality of the paint. Thick films, humidity, or bad ventilation can increase cure times.
No. With a high-quality brush and good ceiling paint, your paint is good to go in just one go.
Experts agree, paint the ceiling first and then move to the walls. This process will allow you to cover any paint residue from the ceiling that ends up on your walls.
The cost depends on the size and material of your house. Call or send us a message today for a free estimate!
It is not recommended to use interior paint on outdoor surfaces. In order to provide the proper protection against the weather, it is highly recommended to use outdoor paint only.
This depends on the type and brand of paint you buy. Most household paints and stains are only restricted for use in temperatures of 10 Celsius and warmer. If the surface is too cold, it can result in staining or mildew problems on your exterior.
The best time to paint the exterior of a house is the early summer or early fall. This is because there is minimal rain and fluctuations in temperatures from night to day. Painting during the right seasons will ensure the paint will cure and dry smoothly.