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I called SB Renovations from a referral of a good friend of mine. I had several contractors in my house before I met Casey. Everyone gave me outrageous estimates with extra add on charges. Casey was my last resort and I am so glad to have found her. When I first called Casey, she answered the phone right away. We scheduled an appointment for a free consultation. She showed up on time for the appointment. When Casey arrived she was very presentable, she was wearing a mask, and stood 6 feet away from me. I needed drywall replaced on my ceiling and a wall along with mold remediation. She spent a lot of time with me going over what exactly we needed to do to get the job done. Casey was upfront from the beginning that she was not licenced, I appreciated her letting me know right away. Transparency is very important to me. She is good at communicating and I always knew what to expect. Casey provided me an estimate the very next day. The estimate was reasonable and lower than the other companies that were trying to gouge me for every penny. Casey and her worker showed up to my home at the time they said they would be there to do the work. She introduced the worker to me and he was wearing a mask, he was presentable and courteous. Her worker Robert was someone Casey has known for 10 years, this made me feel very comfortable that someone trusted was in my home. I felt secure leaving them both at my home alone while I had to run errands. The both of them kept the work space clean as they worked, and when they left. I didn't have to climb over their tools when I needed to come into my home. I can tell Casey puts safety first. The work they did was done in a timely manner, efficient, and good quality. I highly recommend this woman for your construction needs. Being a female myself, I had several male contractors in my home before her. I have to say I wasn't impressed, and half the time didn't feel safe. It was a relief to have a female owned small business owner come to my rescue. Thank you Casey for your professionalism and hard work. It's nice to have a mold free home, and nice fresh walls! :)See more
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I called SB Renovations from a referral of a good friend of mine. I had several contractors in my house before I met Casey. Everyone gave me outrageous estimates with extra add on charges. Casey was my last resort and I am so glad to have found her. When I first called Casey, she answered the phone right away. We scheduled an appointment for a free consultation. She showed up on time for the appointment. When Casey arrived she was very presentable, she was wearing a mask, and stood 6 feet away from me. I needed drywall replaced on my ceiling and a wall along with mold remediation. She spent a lot of time with me going over what exactly we needed to do to get the job done. Casey was upfront from the beginning that she was not licenced, I appreciated her letting me know right away. Transparency is very important to me. She is good at communicating and I always knew what to expect. Casey provided me an estimate the very next day. The estimate was reasonable and lower than the other companies that were trying to gouge me for every penny. Casey and her worker showed up to my home at the time they said they would be there to do the work. She introduced the worker to me and he was wearing a mask, he was presentable and courteous. Her worker Robert was someone Casey has known for 10 years, this made me feel very comfortable that someone trusted was in my home. I felt secure leaving them both at my home alone while I had to run errands. The both of them kept the work space clean as they worked, and when they left. I didn't have to climb over their tools when I needed to come into my home. I can tell Casey puts safety first. The work they did was done in a timely manner, efficient, and good quality. I highly recommend this woman for your construction needs. Being a female myself, I had several male contractors in my home before her. I have to say I wasn't impressed, and half the time didn't feel safe. It was a relief to have a female owned small business owner come to my rescue. Thank you Casey for your professionalism and hard work. It's nice to have a mold free home, and nice fresh walls! :)

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Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

How much does it cost to paint the interior of a house?

Interior house painting costs are calculated on a few key factors. Nationally, interior house painting projects range from $917 (for one room) to $4,893 (for eight rooms). The wide price range indicates how much square footage, paint selection and labor can affect cost. One pro uses a laser to measure each room, subtracting the size of the doors and windows, and then bases the quote on the square footage of the actual surfaces to be painted.

Painters may provide you with savings if you opt to paint your entire home rather than just having one room or an accent wall painted. For example, the average house painting cost for an 8x12 room with 8-foot ceilings is roughly $200, when contractor-grade paint is used. Painting ceilings, baseboards and frames can also affect cost. Pros may charge per linear foot to smooth and paint baseboards.

In one area, pros might charge 50 cents per linear foot to paint baseboards, while pros in another part of the country could charge $1.50 per linear foot for the same task. Painters may charge flat rates for painting door and window frames, with one charging $20-$25 and another $60 per door. Geography and regional costs to do business play a major role in the cost of interior painting. The same painter in a rural region has less to pay in taxes, transportation, insurance and overhead than they would in a major city like New York.

How much do interior painters charge per hour?

You can expect to pay $50 per hour for interior painting. This price will change depending on a number of factors and may range between $30 and $160 per hour. Some factors include the height of the rooms, the complexity of the painting and more.

For an accurate cost estimate, request quotes from local painters and contractors.

How much should interior painting cost per square foot?

You can expect a 12x12-foot average room with 8-foot ceilings to cost $100 to paint, while a 16x16-foot room with 9-foot ceilings could cost around $175. 

To calculate the cost of interior painting per square foot, measure the square footage of wall space and ceiling space of your room. From this, you can estimate the number of gallons of paint needed to cover the wall space and compare it to these figures. You can also ask interior painters near you to provide an estimate before you hire them.

How much do painters cost?

The national average cost to hire an interior painter ranges between $200-$2,700. Interior painters can tackle everything from complete color makeovers in each of your rooms to touching up an accent wall to painting pieces of furniture. The square footage and complexity of the project, along with the materials needed, are the main factors that will affect cost. Other factors include whether you supply the paint yourself or want the painter to do so, whether you move the furniture and do the prep work or ask them to do it, and whether any repair work is needed on the walls.

Painting the ceiling and the trim will also have an effect on cost. The type of paint you choose can also raise or lower your house painting cost. A gallon of paint may range from $20 to over $100, depending on quality and brand. Ask your painter if they charge per hour or per square foot, and how much you can save by doing prep work (moving furniture, etc.) yourself.

What should I look for when choosing a painter?

When choosing a painter, pay attention to online reviews and ratings. Reviews with pictures are especially valuable, as these showcase the painter’s work. It’s also important to check whether your state requires licenses for painters — if it’s required, your contractor should be able to present their license. 

Finally, compare estimates and quotes from multiple painters near you. Take into consideration what each one guarantees with the job, including factors like higher-quality paint, extensive preparation and a good warranty.

How often should you paint your walls?

You should repaint your home interior once every few years, depending on the condition of the current paint.

Paint on walls fades over time, regardless of the room — it could happen in a bedroom, kitchen, dining room, living room or bathroom. However, paint that is exposed to more dirt, particularly flat or matte paint textures, may need repainting more frequently.

Areas of the bathroom or kitchen that routinely get touched may show signs of collecting dirt and grease over time. These would require more frequent painting.

If you're ready to repaint the walls in your home, get free estimates from the best painters near you.

How much value does painting add to a house?

Due to a lack of data available, it’s hard to say whether painting your home’s interior or exterior will increase its value. But there are some important things to keep in mind. 

If you're thinking about selling your home, you might want to repaint areas that look especially worn, dull or chipped so your house looks fresh and new to potential buyers. On the other hand, it’s possible some potential buyers will repaint the home upon moving in. So if you have a limited budget, your money (and time) might be better invested in other types of home projects, such as remodeling your bathroom or kitchen, installing new floors or fixing broken appliances

When in doubt, check with your realtor before making a final decision.

Does a painter need to enter my home?

If you’re hiring an exterior painter, the painter will likely not need to enter your home. But for interior paint jobs, the painter will need to enter your home.

When talking to potential painters, discuss a strategy to make sure you and the painter(s) stay safe while they’re completing the job in your home. Or, you might want to discuss scheduling the paint job at a later date.

How many coats of paint does the exterior of a house need?

Your house’s exterior will likely need two coats of paint. With two coats, your house will look more even and solid in color and will be better protected from moisture and the elements. The painting should always occur over a primed and well-prepared surface.

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