When planning their projects, most people don’t know that winter is actually the best time for interior painting. And, while we’ve discussed a handful of the reasons why it’s best to paint in winter, today we’d like to look at a few more. Sure, you can save money, you can get better results, and you can schedule easier, but beyond the logistical reasons, there are simpler, more personal reasons to paint your home’s interior this winter. In today’s post, we’re going to take a closer look at three of these reasons.
If you’re stuck indoors, enjoy it!
One of the main reasons that winter is the best time for interior painting is that, in most cases, it’s the season where people spend the most time indoors. Because of this, you can really get a good feel for your new space. More importantly, you can relax and enjoy your newly painted walls – and your newly created ambiance – in a natural, unforced way. This will give you a better appreciation for your home’s new look and provide a clearer picture of how to approach future projects.
Modern paints are safe and free of fumes
When most people think up objections to winter painting, those objections revolve around fumes. Assuming that indoor painting will result in intrusive, smelly fumes, they delay their projects until seasons that allow them to open their windows. And, while this may have been true in the past, modern paints are much safer and offer fewer VOCs, which means they’re fume-free and safe.
Free up time to really enjoy your summer
At Van Tuinen Painting, we want our customers to truly enjoy their homes. When you choose to schedule your interior painting project during the winter, you’re freeing up your entire summer for outdoor – or indoor! – activities. Since summer is typically the busy season for most businesses, you also avoid the hassle of trying to coordinate your schedule with your painter’s schedule. So, if you’re considering a home painting project this winter, give us a call, get your project scheduled, and get ready to reap the benefits!