If you are painting the interior of a new build, renovation, or giving a freshen up to an existing home, the principle is the same. The 3 P’s of painting; Preparation, Preparation, and Painting.
Interiors are unique when painting a home because there are multiple surfaces. Each surface from ceilings to bathrooms, windows to walls all require the right type of paint and preparation. We can advise on the correct paint to use, and we can apply it with brush, roller, and airless spray.
Of course, we also fill holes and cracks as standard practice because that is what professionals do! At Hauraki Property Services we strive to be the best! That means delivering you the best customer service and workmanship, so you get the home you deserve.
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Things to consider about interior house painting:
We would always recommend trying paint samples first, before choosing a colour, especially if you want something completely different.
Preparation work takes most of the time, but is essential for a good painting job.
Primers are an important step of painting interiors. With primer the topcoat will look it’s best and last.
Check if the painting company you engage has the appropriate insurance.
Painting the interior of your house is a great way to give your home a brand-new look and feel, and it is a great way to add value to your property.
Painting your house will not only improve its looks, it’s also the best thing you can do to protect it from the elements – and in New Zealand weather, that’s pretty important.
Cleaning and Painting requirements for roofs can be quite diverse from each other. It is best to use a trained professional to clean and paint your roof.
General wear and tear is inevitable in any office and timelines for repainting are always tight. With our excellent project management skills, we can do it together.
Educational Facilities Painting
We understand time limits for renovation works in educational facilities. Our company can offer different solutions for this problem.
As a cost-effective alternative to repainting and removal from unprotected surfaces, you should consider the benefits of protective coatings. Graffiti removal from unprotected substrates are costly, can cause damage and may not be possible to remove.