Tips for Interior painting in Melbourne

Painting the walls of a room is a quick way to make the room look like new. Hence many home owners and owners of commercial properties like offices, shops, malls, hotels are interested in find professional and affordable interior painters melbourne to paint the interiors of their property. There are many painters and paint suppliers in melbourne, the property owner should do his own research before finalizing the paint and the painters, they may need advice from painter Melbourne. This will help the property owner negotiate the best deal with the interior painters he chooses for the property. Some of the questions the property owner should answer are discussed below.

What is the best paint for interior walls?
While the best paint for a property depends on a large number of factors like the location, size and decor of the room, budget of the property owner, some of the factors which are considered for evaluating the quality of the paint are discussed. One of the main considerations is the spreading rate of the paint, the area covered using one liter of the paint. This varies from 8 to 16 square meters for one liter. Earlier paints were containing volatile organic compounds (VOC) which caused the strong smell associated with painting and adversely affected the health of people in the room. So increasingly people are opting for paints with low or zero VOC, to avoid health problems.In areas where the humidity level is high, mold may be formed, so people prefer a paint which is mould resistant. Paints are also classified based on the gloss or sheen, and usually matte or low gloss paints are preferred for interior walls.

How much does it cost to paint a house interior Australia?
The cost to paint the interior of the house can be divided into the cost of the paints, related supplies and the labour charges of the painters who are painting the house. In some cases, the property owner may ask the painter to procure the paint and all the supplies, while in other cases, the property owner may supply the paint to the painter. The cost of painting the house interior is directly proportional to the area of the house, especially the area of the walls. Other factors which affect the cost of the painting, is the paint which is being used for painting, spreading rate of the paint and the labor charges of the painters hired.

Which interior paint is best in Australia?
There are many factors which determine whether a paint is good for a particular application. The most popular paints for interior use are the best interior paints in Australia, since a large number of users prefer these paints. Most of these paints are low sheen paints, and are easily applied. After checking multiple sources, and reviews form industry experts, the most popular interior paints in Australia are Clean & Protect from British Paints, Wash & Wear Plus from Dulux, one of Australia’s largest paint manufacturer and Interior design luxury from Wattyl. Mold resistance, finish, drying time are some of the other factors which determine the popularity of these paints.
Should I paint my walls white?
Though white is one of the most popular colors for painting the interiors of a room, a number of other factors should also be considered like the profile of the family members or users of the property and the decor. Small children are likely to scribble or press against the wall, and the dirt will be more visible on the white wall. So though many paint companies are offering multiple shades of white, the disadvantages should also be considered.

What is the best interior paint for the money?
Easycoat Pro is a low sheen paint from Taubmans which is one of the most popular paints in Australia because it is affordable and dries quickly. However, multiple coats of the paint are required. Similarly Ultra Premium expressions from Haymes paint is another affordable interior paint which is reasonably priced. The paint will dry quickly, however the paint may not last for a longer period of time.

What brand of interior paint is the best quality?
Though the ratings of each interior paint brand may change every year, the top five brands in Australia are British Paints, Dulux, Haymes Paint, Wattyl/Solver Paints and Taubmans. Dulux is the largest paint manufacturer in Australia

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