Interior Painting

Interior Painting

Interior painting services typically involve painting or repainting the walls, ceilings, and trim of a home or commercial property. This can include surface preparation, such as filling holes or cracks, sanding, and priming, as well as applying paint or other finishes.

SA Quality Painting offer interior painting services and may also provide colour consultation services to help clients choose the right colours for their space. They may also be able to provide guidance on the types of paint and finishes that are best suited for different areas of the home or commercial property.

More Information about our Interior Painting

Been wanting to pain the inside of your house for a while now ; but you don’t know what to do? There are a lot of different things you need to consider before painting the interior of your house. The overall cost, how to find the best paint for interior painting, painting interior quotes, and a lot more. While it can all be a hassle, you can save yourself a lot of time and money; by learning a bit about it all first. You can easily learn a lot from reading articles, watching videos or chatting to an expert!

It can be a challenge doing interior painting in Adelaide, which is why we are here to give you some tips on painting your house interior. 

 

How much does it cost to paint house interior in Adelaide? 

The main thing that affects the price to paint house interior is the size of your home. The interior material can also slightly affect the price.

The average cost a painter charges in Adelaide $30 to $40 per square meter. For example, if you’re painting a three bedroom house with two bathrooms and one kitchen, expect to roughly pay around $4000 to $8000. These prices can be different depending on the condition of your house, the quality of paint and the material of the interior surface.

On top of the amount of area to be painted, some other factors that may increase the price include:

  • the quality and colour chart for house pain interior
  • the amount of doors and windows
  • the amount of trim work
  • Painting a High Ceiling 
  • any decorative features

 

What order do you paint the interior of a house in Adelaide?

The order which you paint your house in is up to you at the end of the day; but here is the most popular and most used order to paint the inter of a house in:

Interior painting ceiling

The ceiling should be first painted first off, since it is the area we have the least control over; especially when dealing with a high ceiling. Paint will undoubtedly fall to the floor and some may even leak onto the walls after the ceiling is completed; however, this shouldn’t be a major issue because the walls will be painted later. We recommend using ceiling specific paint, since it is thinner that normal paint ad tends to drip and splatter less.

Interior painting trims

One of the trickiest parts of this whole process is the trims; however since with this process you are painting the trims before the walls you don’t have to worry about the tiniest drip getting on the walls. The process is a lot easier now, since it’s not a big deal to have some paint get on the walls!

Interior painting cut-ins.

This is the part that requires the most attention to detail and patience. If you’re really considered about the cut-ins, get your hands on a painter’s tape; which is there to make the process easier for beginners. The type of brush and paint also affects the results. We recommend softer brushes for thinner paint and a thicker and stiffer brush for thicker paint.

Interior wall paint

Finally, you can paint the walls! The first and easiest step of painting the walls is to get the paint on the walls using a brush or a spray; however using a roller is the best and easiest choice.

If your choice is a roller here are some easy steps for you:

  • dip your roller in paint and make sure each side of it is evenly covered
  • apply the paint to the wall using a criss cross pattern
  • once done, repaint this layer again but with an up and down motion

 

What paint is good for interior walls in Adelaide?

The type of paint you use on your walls depends solely on your liking. Every different type of paint has its own usage and purpose.

Here are five of the most popular types of paint:

Emulsion Paint

Emulsion paints are water-based and nearly odorless, making them the most popular choice for interior wall paint. The paint dries quickly and has very few volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Furthermore, because emulsion paints are resilient and washable, stains can be simply removed with a damp cloth or a mild soap solution.

It comes in a range of finishes, including gloss, silk, and matte, and is an excellent choice for painting your home walls.

Textured Paint

Textured paint has a high aesthetic value and is ideal for adding a subtle touch to the walls. For interior wall painting designs, it can be utilised to create unique effects on the wall, such as marble, stucco, sand swirl, and popcorn texture. This paint is very ideal for covering minor defects and imperfections on walls. Textured paint is very hard to work with and requires a lot of experience; only professionals painters can do a good job with this paint.

Enamel Paint

Enamel paint is commonly used to cover metallic and wooden surfaces. The finish is firm, glossy, and opaque. Enamel paint is a great choice since it is resistant to water, stain and heat. Enamel paint can also be used on bathroom doors which are exposed to a lot of moisture.

Metallic Paint

Like the name says, metallic paint contains small bits of metal such as steel, copper, aluminium or bronze. Metallic paint can work as a great wallpaper, and make the room look very luxurious and lavish. This paint also has the ability to give a renewed look to wooden and metal surfaces.

Distemper Paint

Distemper paint goes back as long as ancient Egypt, making it available in many different varieties. Applying distemper paint before normal paint on a wall can cause the paint to last longer. Fun fact, distemper paint doesn’t crack or fade at the presence of sunlight at all!

interior paint cost can be anywhere from as low as $30 up to $100 and more!

Interior Painting Quotes in Adelaide

If you’re interested in getting to know what services SA Quality Painting gives and find out more about us and the way that we do the job get in touch through email or give us a ring!

To get in even further touch, get a free quote from our website!