Portsmouth, NH, January 22, 2015 — NH painters, JG Painting (www.jgpainting.com) note that winter is the best time to paint interior portions of your home.
“There are some NH painters who will tackle an exterior paint job in late fall and even early winter,” said Jeff Worster, owner of JG Painting. “We won’t do it because we know that the ideal temperatures for exterior paint finishes are between 35 and 75 degrees.”
Worster says that, as NH painters, they get a lot of interior work from clients who are preparing their homes to sell in the Spring. “Interior paint is the lowest cost, highest gain thing you can do when it comes to improving your home before putting it on the market, Worster said.
It may be time to brighten up a kitchen, tone down some of the colors, or simply freshen up a bedroom—all of these things will increase your homes selling potential.
Interior painting can also help you make your home more energy efficient, Worster said. “It’s not the paint, said Worster. “But, when we take off all the switch and plug plates it’s easy to put them back with insulation backing that seals out drafts.” Worster said the caulking up cracks and checking window seals also helps to seal a house up from the cold.
For more information interior painting, visit www.jgpainting.com
About JG Painting
A full service private and commercial painting company, JG Painting has been one of the leading painting companies in New Hampshire since 1998. In addition to painting, JH painting does powerwashing, floor refinishing, furniture refinishing as well as two-part epoxy finishing and faux finishes. JG Painting is also an EPA qualified lead safe company and does lead paint testing, abatement and mitigation to homes built before 1978. For more information, visit http://www.JGpainting.com