Frequently Asked Questions
Regular painting protects your home against the elements, prevents structural damage, refreshes the appearance, and can increase the property value.
The ideal period may vary, but generally, it is recommended to repaint every 5 to 10 years, depending on weather conditions and wear.
Consider architecture, surroundings, personal style, and sunlight orientation. Lighter colors reflect heat, while darker colors absorb it.
Yes, proper preparation, such as cleaning, removing peeling paint, and applying primer, is crucial to ensure long-lasting paint adhesion.
Latex-based paints are ideal for interior areas, while oil-based or enamel paints are more durable for exteriors and high-traffic areas.
Assess the project scale, your painting experience, and the available time. Larger or complex projects often benefit from hiring a professional.
The time varies, but simple projects may take a few days, while larger projects can extend over weeks, depending on weather conditions and scope.
Cracks, peeling, mold, and visible damage are signs that repairs may be necessary before painting to ensure lasting results.