Ask any interior designer or Realtor what you can do to improve your home's appearance and thus its value, and they will likely recommend that you give it a fresh coat of paint. Although it may be hard to believe that freshening up a structure's exterior or interior could be that impactful, it can certainly do the trick.
Painting Your Home Can Seem Overwhelming
The thought of painting your home's interiors may seem intimidating, especially if you intend to freshen up more than a single room. The pressure is probably even higher if you plan to paint it to make it more attractive to potential buyers. These concerns often motivate homeowners to hire professional painters to handle their interior residential painting projects. Five Star Painting in Sarpy County can handle everything for you so that all you have to do is admire the finished results.
Why Should You Leave Residential Painting to the Professionals?
Your hiring of a professional painter means that you don't have to spend time looking up and learning tricks of the trade that seasoned painters already know, such as:
- How to prepare your interior walls for painting
- What the best brushes are for painting walls versus trim
- Which paints (oil or water-based, for example) are better suited for certain surfaces
- How to decide between finishes (like glossy versus matte)
- Whether primed walls are supposed to look streaky
- How to tell when a second coat is needed
These are questions you might have as a novice painter but are details that an experienced paint project manager should know.
What Can You Expect When Professionals Handle Your Paint Job?
You can expect an estimator to come to your home to take measurements and perform a color consultation after you contact us. These measurements, your paint choices and the project timeline will shape the estimate that you receive. Once you approve the estimate, we can then get started. The painters we'll send you will do their best to complete the job on time, and they'll also work hard to clean up your home when finished.