Because a paint job is so substantial to a home, it is so important for it to be long-lasting. Most people would agree that they need style, quality, and value in their interior paint job. After all, when one invests into something so crucial for a home or office, you expect- and well deserve- quality.
Typically, How Long Does Interior Paint Last?
First, let’s set a base. Usually, a paint job will last up to 6 years and this varies due to certain factors. Some paint jobs will fade or peel faster than others. At Jimenez Painting, our paint jobs often last substantially longer because of the products that we use for the job.
How Do I Make My Interior Paint Job Last?
So, what’s the difference between a paint job that lasts 2 years versus one that lasts more than 6? Here are 4 tips to make your paint job last longer:
- Surface Preparation: Though often overlooked, prepping the surface is imperative. Whether you believe it or not, project success begins way before you apply the first coat. Surface preparation includes caulking, patching, sanding, priming, and cleaning.
- Quality Paint Products: Without question, the product makes a world of a difference. Bargain brands may seem like quite the deal but in the long run, you will invest more because the paint job will not last.
- Experience: Hiring a professional painter is significant in a painting process. With a professional, you should expect excellent results.
- Maintenance: Giving our paint job a routine check-up and addressing minor issues will all contribute to the beauty and lifespan of your paint job.
Find the Right Team
Finally, it pays to find a true professional for the job. Jimenez Painting has multiple years of experience and we continue to set the standard for quality painting.
If you live in the area, we invite you to get in contact with us today. Experience the difference immediately.