Five Star Painting painters have experience in making a home's interior shine like it's brand new. We have painted 1000’s of homes just like yours and can work with you to find an ideal solution for your space. We can just paint the walls of a few rooms or paint the entire home from the baseboards to the ceilings.
While it's always best to give our New Port Richey office a call to determine exactly how to proceed with your particular interior space, here are some examples of spaces that we paint on a routine basis:
- Living rooms
- Bonus rooms
- Dining rooms
- Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinets
How to Know if Your Home Needs New Interior Paint
If your interior walls are looking dull, chipped, or have faded colors it might be time for a new interior paint job. Not only can interior painting enhance the appearance of a room, but with new products from paint manufacturers you'll now have more stain-resistant options as well. Our New Port Richey interior painters can easily determine whether an interior wall should be prepped with new spackling and sanding or if it is primed and ready for the actual painting job. When you change interior colors you always want to keep in mind how different colors may look together when transitioning between rooms. In addition to visual improvements, selecting the proper interior paint can help protect against mold spores and mildew that might lurk inside walls. New interior paint is a great way to freshen up any home, so consider it if you're ready for a change!
How Long Does an Interior Paint Job Last?
Interior paints are designed to last, but the actual lifespan will vary depending on surface conditions and lifestyle. An interior paint job in a relatively dry climate and low-traffic area can last up to 7-10 years yet still maintain its original color. In more humid areas or with heavy interior traffic, interior paint can start to fade after 3-5 years. Different interior surfaces have different lifespans - for example, interior walls tend to show signs of fading quicker than interior ceilings due to their exposure to sunlight. Regardless of the lifespan, proper surface preparation and the use of quality interior paints will ensure a better and longer-lasting finish.