Paint can do wonderful things. It has the capability of offering a pop of color to a room, and it has the ability to instantly revitalize a dull room. Cabinets can be transformed for a fraction of the cost of brand-new ones. The end result can be amazing. With the holiday season upon us, you may want to refresh your home. Alternatively, you can just want to give yourself a gift or start the New Year off with something new-to-you in your home. Regardless of what your reasoning is, Structure Remodeling’s painting services may be right up your alley.
We have come across numerous clients who have beautiful oak cabinets that they want to keep, but they want something new at the same time. There are numerous factors that must be considered when it comes to deciding whether you should paint cabinets, including function and condition. However, painting is almost always an option!
Prior to gabbing a can of paint and a paintbrush, there are some things you need to know. It is possible to paint cabinets wrong. You need to know how to do it right to ensure that they turn out looking great. The prep work for cabinet painting is just as important, if not more so, than the actually painting of the cabinets. Doors must be removed, and the cabinets must be sanded then printed. You also need to make sure that you choose the right primer, paint, and finish for the cabinets to ensure that they don’t chip.
Many experts will recommended that interior rooms are painted every five years, though bathrooms and kitchens—rooms that are used excessively—should be painted more often. Rooms that don’t get used very often—like dining rooms—can be painted less often because they don’t get much wear and tear. This is just a rule of thumb, of course, and most people tend to paint rooms because they need a new color.
If you are interested in getting a quick refresh, painting is a great way to do it. Contact us at Structure Remodeling today to schedule an interior painting job.