You’ve finally got the keys to your new house! Before you move in though, you’ll need to think about what needs to be done to make your house a home. One of the best ways to do that is with a fresh coat of paint.
Skip the Prep
Simply put, it’s a lot easier to paint an empty room. One of the biggest hassles associated with interior home painting projects is the preparation. Proper preparation is important for protecting your flooring and fixtures, but can be a pain when it involves a fully furnished, fully lived in-home. With a new home, no furniture needs to be moved, no pets or kids need to clear out of the work area, and nobody’s day-to-day routine needs to be interrupted.
Save Time and Money
Not to mention, painting a new home saves you time and money. If you’re hiring professionals, labor costs will be included. Less furniture to move before the real work can begin? Less money spent on labor.
One more reason we recommend a pre-move-in paint job might seem small, but it’s worth considering – there are simply less chances for mistakes to be made. There’s no opportunity for furniture (or rambunctious kids) to mess up wet paint.
Forget the Fumes
If you wait to paint until after you’ve moved in, you’ll have to deal with that new paint smell for at least a little bit after you’ve completed your painting project. Avoid headaches, both literal and figurative, and get this out of the way before you’re settled.
What are you waiting for? Let us help you settle into your new space. We guarantee you’ll be happy with the results!