Move-In & Move-Out Painting Services
by CertaPro Painters of MetroWest
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Prepping Your Home For Moving In/Out
Moving can be an exciting yet stressful time, especially when it comes to the task of renovating your home before or after the transition. From packing and planning to shopping and filling out paperwork, moving is a huge undertaking that requires plenty of attention. That’s why hiring professional painting contractors to do the work for you can take a lot of stress out of the process.
CertaPro Painters® of MetroWest offers a range of exterior and interior services to spruce up your home before or after you move, ensuring you get the best possible investment for it as well as peace of mind while attending to other more important tasks.
Why Paint Before Moving In?
As the demand for real estate rises, many people are looking to move into new places. When taking on this big life chapter, it can be beneficial to invest in some remodeling services that make the space feel like your own. Additionally, painting an empty room is much easier than having to move furniture around or take décor down from the walls. This is a great way to reduce the time it takes to complete the painting job, leaving more time available for unpacking.
Why Paint Before Moving Out?
Sometimes, prepping your place for new occupants means giving it a fresh coat of paint. Over time, environmental factors can cause interior and exterior paint to chip, crack or fade, diminishing the value of your home. Painting can refresh the appearance of your property and help increase its worth. For tenants, it’s also important to remember that landlords may let you paint your home if you agree to leave it in the same condition as when you moved in. To save time and ensure you get your security deposit back, hiring a professional painter is a smart choice.
At CertaPro Painters® of MetroWest, we want to make your move as stress-free as possible. Our team of experienced professionals can tackle any interior or exterior painting projects with innovative premium products and expert craftsmanship. Contact us today to learn more about our services and get started on the job!
Flavia was professional and very good. We are very happy with the job she did. She arrived on time and was easy to work with.
- Jon R. | Framingham, MA
Sand and repaint cabinets – this can typically be done for less than 50% of the cost of removing old cabinets and installing new cabinets. For the new shade, we suggest a neutral shade, such as the colors listed below.
Repaint kitchen islands – while there is a noticeable trend to have the island be an accent with a shade of blue or other attractive color, we suggest keeping it simple for your budget and to attract as many people as possible to your home. The buyers can always spend the money to add a personalized accent with the island if they so choose.
Don’t just take our word for it – check out some of our recent residential painting projects.
Bathrooms are often a make-or-break component of a new home for potential buyers. It’s important to give the bathroom an update by replacing or repainting pieces that are showing signs of wear. Consider these projects:
Wallpaper tends to crack and peel over time, especially in the bathroom. In addition, all the continual moisture has likely led to some discoloration and potential mildew. Before putting your home on the market, consider replacing your current wallpaper.
The vanity is the centerpiece of the bathroom, and so you want it to looks as clean and accessible as possible.
Reglaze Tub or Shower
The glaze on your tub is likely not something you often think about, but it is subject to a lot of wear and tear. Reglazing your tub or shower before putting your home on the market can ensure that your bathroom looks as new as the rest of your home.
Finally, the tiles on your bathroom floor and walls have the potential to make your bathroom shine - but they can also make your bathroom appear dirty if not given an occasional refresh.
Additional home upgrades that can make a big impact include: