Is Interior Painting Scaring You Away from a Home Improvement Update?

The Spooks of Interior Painting to Be Aware of

Boo! Oh, that didn’t scare you? How about this… Sloppy DIY home improvement projects! Now that’s absolutely terrifying. Taking on a home improvement project is a big task for any homeowner, but we understand it can be discouraging when it all doesn’t go as planned. Giving your project some personal touch is fine when you’re in a pinch, but those sorts of projects don’t always do well when you go to sell your home. You’ll want your home to be in tip-top condition, ready for magazines and TV, so our interior painting service professionals are here today to tell you about the horrors of interior painting and why you might want to decide to get help from the pros.

 

Top 4 Spooks of Interior Painting (Why You Need a Professional Painter)

1. Nightmares of Acrophobia: Climbing a Ladder

You might’ve fallen in love with your house because of its high, vaulted ceilings, but prepare to meet your doom when you have to leave the dead center of a room to paint each tall corner, 10 or 15 feet in the air. An estimated 5% of Americans have acrophobia, but a much larger percentage of the population has experienced frights or anxiety when climbing a ladder. Instead of getting out of your comfort zone and onto a wobbly ladder to paint, entrust the help of professional interior painting services.

 

1. Nightmares of Acrophobia: Climbing a Ladder

You might’ve fallen in love with your house because of its high, vaulted ceilings, but prepare to meet your doom when you have to leave the dead center of a room to paint each tall corner, 10 or 15 feet in the air. An estimated 5% of Americans have acrophobia, but a much larger percentage of the population has experienced frights or anxiety when climbing a ladder. Instead of getting out of your comfort zone and onto a wobbly ladder to paint, entrust the help of professional interior painting services.

 

2. Witch’s Potion: Mixing Paint

While you might not find a disembodied finger or eyeball, a can of paint is much like a witch’s potion in that it needs to be stirred before using. As you’ve probably noticed, every can of paint at your local hardware store will come with a paint stir. That’s because the different ingredients of paint separate over time and need to be blended before painting a room. This will give you the most consistent results. If not stirred properly, your paint could have an inconsistent texture and color.

 

3. Unwrapping the Mummy: Painter’s Tape

For the DIY painter, paint is a necessity to replicate a professional’s touch. However, folds in the tape can lead to messy drips. Also, if left up too long, the tape can dry and unify with the freshly painted wall or baseboard, meaning it will peel up some of your new paint job when you go to take it off.

 

3. Unwrapping the Mummy: Painter’s Tape

For the DIY painter, paint is a necessity to replicate a professional’s touch. However, folds in the tape can lead to messy drips. Also, if left up too long, the tape can dry and unify with the freshly painted wall or baseboard, meaning it will peel up some of your new paint job when you go to take it off.

 

4. The Invisible Man: Dealing with Primer

Sometimes, the things we can’t see are the scariest. That’s why we might get a little spooked in the dark or by not knowing what’s behind a mysterious door. That being said, a well-applied coat of quality primer can make the difference in your home. This will make it so that the color and texture of your wall is consistent.

 

Avoid the Spooks and Haunts of Painting. Calls Four Seasons to Help with Your Interior Painting

(But if you truly have ghouls and ghosts, you might need more than a new coat of paint)

For your next home improvement project, don’t go through the spooks and haunts of interior painting. Call the pros here at Four Seasons Painting to give you a professional and quality hand with interior painting services. As your neighbors here in Alpharetta, we’re ready to beautify your home with you. Why don’t you give us a call? Contact Four Seasons Painting today at (678) 585-0980. We’re looking forward to hearing from you and helping with your upcoming project.