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Atlanta Interior Painting Job at a Buckhead Bungalow

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If you’re looking to breathe new life into your home in Buckhead, interior painting is a simple, easy solution. Painting your home interiors — either the whole house or one or two rooms — is one of the simplest ways to increase your home’s property value, update your home and get the most out of your remodeling dollars. And, painting is easy if you follow a few easy steps before applying a new color.

Value of Interior Painting

Paint is not made to last forever. Time and the elements take their toll on paint causing a wide variety of problems such as fading, cracking and yellowing leaving interior walls looking old and dingy. If you ignore the need to repaint for too long, walls could eventually face damage from water, mold, mildew and other indoor pollutants.

Paint is also a little like furniture or fashion. Painting finishes and colors go in and out of style. A color or faux finish you really liked ten years ago might have gone out of style in 2011. As you look around your home in Buckhead, interior painting that you don’t like, looks damaged or old, or that you’ve just grown tired of can decrease your overall satisfaction with your home. Or even worse, your home value could suffer.

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Painting Tips & Tricks

If you’re ready to freshen up your home. Buckhead interior painting is a great place to start. Follow these tips to get the best results.

  • Preparation: Paint needs a clean, smooth surface to adhere to walls properly. To get ready for painting you should give your walls a good washing or vacuuming. Also repair cracks, fill nail holes and sand any rough patches on walls or siding.

  • Taping: Protect surfaces you don’t want painted like outlets, light fixtures and siding or baseboards by using tape. While this step takes time and patience, it pays off in the end with a neater finished look.

  • Priming: Most homeowners should prime their walls before painting. If your walls are in reasonably good shape, you may just need to prime areas you’ve repaired. Priming will ensure a smooth finish and reduces the total number of coats it will take to cover your walls.

An investment in updating your interior paint will pay off down the road. You’ll be more satisfied with the look of your home, protect your walls and improve your home’s value with just a few gallons of a new color.

Archie has made service, quality, and knowledge the hallmarks of The Paint Doctor since he started the company in Atlanta over 15 years ago. The company has grown every year, in up and down markets. No matter the scope of project, The Paint Doctor has become the painting contractor interior designers and decorators, commercial contractors, major construction firms, government agencies, and residential clients who value the excellent craftsmanship and service The Paint Doctor provides.

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