Will any interior walls need to be painted during the house remodeling project?

We recommend painting once all the main structural and functional work has been done, but before installing new floors or carpets. Basically, the floors are the last, so you can avoid the wear and tear, tools and dust brought by multiple contractors, tools and dust that comes with a complete renovation. However, some walls and moldings can be damaged by carpet rolls and installation, so a final coat may need to be applied to cover dents and scratches. It also allows your painting company to really focus on finishing details close to the ground as efficiently as possible.

JCSB Painting recommends that you paint your house after completing the main structural work. This includes the installation of electrical installations, plumbing, drywall, moldings and main finishes. Also, if you're replacing the floor, you'll have to wait to remove any old floors or carpets before painting. An essential part of any remodeling project is a new paint job.

It gives the room a new look and you can have a lot of fun choosing the new color scheme. A question that often comes up is whether you should paint before or after doing the rest of the project. The finishing touches to your home are everything. When it comes to remodeling interiors, and in this case painting, you want it to look perfect.

But a good paint job is much more than a bucket and a brush. Just like an actor on stage has hundreds of moving roles and a team behind him, a well-painted wall will only make his debut if the preparations are carried out properly, and sometimes that's because of the drywall. Read on to learn everything you need to know about painting your walls. We recommend specifying only the highest quality paint products on the market, whether they are Benjamin Moore or Sherwin Williams.

In our experience, it's not worth using any other brand of paint. So far, no other installations have been installed in the house, such as floors, kitchen and bathroom furniture, toilets, moldings, electrical outlets, switch and socket covers, lighting appliances, or cabinet shelves. This gives us the possibility to spray paint without having to worry about the paint falling on anything. If there are smooth (textured) ceilings, we work on them first.

We spray on a primer, roll it back and, when it is dry, sand the entire ceiling. Then two layers of roofing paint are sprayed and rolled up again. Adequate drying time is allowed between each layer. Spraying and rolling roofs requires two people to work together.

Mario Krakowsky
Mario Krakowsky

Mario is a dedicated writer with over 15 years of experience in home remodeling, possesses an innate passion for transforming spaces and giving life to homes. His deep industry knowledge, coupled with practical insights, has made him a trusted source of inspiration for DIY enthusiasts and professional remodelers alike.