If you follow our blog, you know that the primary goal behind these articles is to inspire, educate, and help. We want your painting project, interior or exterior, large or small, to be just as successful as possible.
Today, we have a slightly different kind of house painting tip for you. Rather than feature a color, technique, or project, we’d like to talk about scheduling.
Interior Painting During the Fall and Winter
Professional painters are always thinking at least one season ahead. We’re busy in the moment, but we also are busy filling the next calendar pages, too.
To use our own schedule as an example, we are now pretty solidly booked right through the summer. We will always do what we can to accommodate your needs, but summer is extremely busy in general. As we think ahead to fall and winter, however, we’re ready to fill that schedule in advance. In fact, that’s an ideal way for painting companies (like ours) to ensure steady work for the team, keeping everyone brushing, rolling, and earning a good living through even the slowest of months.
Here’s your pro tip:
If you don’t have a critical, time-sensitive painting need, look to the season ahead! Ask your local painter if you can get on their schedule early. This can unlock flexibility, peace of mind for you (your project dates are locked in!), and sometimes special incentives/offers as well.
Are You Ready to Plan Your Interior Painting Project?
Let’s get you on our fall and winter schedule! There’s no time like the present, and we would love to block off your project dates for you.
Until then, if you have any questions at all, contact our friendly office team. We are here to serve you however we can.