12 February 2014
12 February 2014,
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Spring is on the horizon, and that means one of the busiest real estate seasons of the year will soon be here. If you’re planning on moving into a new home, now is a good time to think about painting your new space.

“That’s a little premature,” you may be thinking. But it’s not. Before you move into your new nest is the perfect time to give it a fresh coat of paint. Here’s why:

A newly constructed home, or a home that’s simply new to you when empty is far easier to prep, prime and paint than when it’s filled with furniture. Of course, here at Gold Painting Inc. we are highly experienced at performing interior paint jobs where our customers are fully moved in, and we take great care to ensure that we leave protect any existing furniture, floors and carpet, but when a room is fully free of anything but the walls, floors and ceiling, performing a professional grade paint job especially isn’t a bother to the homeowner.

Also, when you paint an empty room, you save the time it takes to carefully cover and protect your belongings, and then uncover them—not to mention the physical exertion it takes to move items back and forth. Saved time often means saved costs, too, since labor-related services, like professional painting, may charge by the hour.

Also, if you’re thinking about getting new décor for your home, having a freshly painted space may help inspire you in terms of the color scheme you’ll choose for furniture, window treatments, rugs, artwork, etc.

Last, but by no means least, paint gives you the chance to express yourself! What better way to make a fresh start with a home that newly painting in the colors and tones that suit your tastes? Only then, will your new home truly feel more like it’s really yours!

Are you moving? Contact Gold Painting Inc. for your free, no-obligation consultation before you move in. We can help you transform your new nest into your personal masterpiece so when the big day comes, all you’ll have to do is move on in!

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