Congratulations on your new home! What an exciting milestone to achieve and we bet you’re excited to move-in! But wait! Before you move in, there are a lot of logistics to consider when you’re moving from one place to another. You need to think about what needs to be done to your new home before you move in! You may be on the fence about a pre-move-in paint job, but that’s one of the best and easiest things you can do before you move into your new home.
No Need to Move Furniture
Interior house painting is easiest when it’s being done on a new home. Painting a new home before you move in allows paint contractors to have room to move around and paint without needing to move furniture or other items. Properly prepping your new home painting is crucial for protecting flooring, fixtures, and furnishings. If there’s no furniture in your home, there’s no need to move it and you won’t have to worry about damaging it.
Avoid Messing Up Wet Paint
A pre-move-in paint job allows for the paint to dry completely before you begin to move in your belongings. When your interior painting project is complete before move-in, you can spend an extra day or two outside of your new home to ensure all the paint is dried.
If you paint your interior after your belongings are in your home, you might want your belongings back in place as soon as possible. This might mean moving furniture to rooms that aren’t dried and potentially messing up the wet paint.
Saves Time and Labor
Interior house painting with a new home can save you both time and labor costs. Painting a new home means you don’t have to move furniture back and forth after one room is done. Less labor means you’ll be saving more money!
If your paint contractor is painting an empty home, this means your interior painting can be done all in one go without having to schedule multiple appointments.
Let’s get your new home move-in ready with a fresh interior painting project. Contact Paint Denver today at 303-800-7575 to schedule your appointment. We guarantee a job well done!