Interior Painting- Rollers & longevity

Interior painting

If your house needs a fresh coat of paint, whether you want a new colour scheme to redesign the interior, your painting project will improve the elegance of your home and the valuation of your house.

Our skilled painters will lead you on every step of the painting process, from choosing the correct paints to executing the job with the utmost regard to your home and minimum disturbance to your privacy.

Providing Professional Finish on Interior Painting

From refreshing a whole space to a whole new colour scheme for a redesign, nothing can beat bright, clean paint on a fresh wall.

We emphasise quality finishes with planning in mind on all projects. As an addition to delivering extra maintenance and reconstruction for luxury outcomes such as refills, repair of wall cracks or repair of decorative plaster repairs, we follow Australian Requirements in all surface preparation, undercoats, premium plasters and finishing items.

Why  Rollers are  Frequently used to paint large interior walls

Rollers are frequently used to paint large interior walls.

In comparison to brushes, roller painting offers two major advantages. It covers a huge surface area in a short amount of time and leaves a tidy and clean finish. There is very little waste when roller painting is properly prepared and completed.

Roller painting’s only flaw is that it can’t adequately cover corners and edges. These, though, can be simply filled in with a brush.

Longevity of interior paints

Paint Color

When considering the longevity of paint in a particular room or area of your home, some colours stand the test of time better than others. Various shades of whites, greys, blues and greens hold up fairly well over time because of their ability to complement various types of décor. So even though the furniture and drapes may change over the years, the colour of the room can remain the same thanks to its versatility. In contrast, bright, vibrant colours can lose their appeal when they clash with an updated style or décor. Therefore, it’s best to choose a paint colour that can endure a few interior design updates before you decide to change it.


The kitchen is one of the most high-use rooms in your house. It’s the one place where everyone seems to gather. And depending on the size of your family and how often you prepare meals, it’s also a room that will experience a good amount of wear and tear wear. The heat from preparing meals, cabinets that are constantly being touched—opened and closed—and smoke and fumes from cooking eventually accumulate on walls and cabinets over time.

On average, most kitchen paint jobs will last about 8-10 years. This includes the paint on the walls, cabinetry and other high-touch areas. After 10 years, you might start to notice the original paint colour has lost its once vibrant look and is beginning to fade—which may be more noticeable in certain areas. When this happens, it is time to freshen things up with a new coat of paint.


The bathroom is another area that can be incredibly tough on paint. The steam from repeated showering eventually breaks down paint polymers and weakens the bond the paint has on the surface material. When this happens, the paint begins to thin and the colour that once looked new becomes much more muted and duller.

Most bathroom paint will generally last between 3 and 4 years. For a bathroom that does not get as much use—like a guest bathroom—the average will increase to 4 to 6 years. Generally speaking, the more often a bathroom is used, the shorter the lifespan of the paint.

Living Room

Like the bathroom and the kitchen, your living room is also a high-use area. However, since your living room is not exposed to heat, steam, and water droplets on a regular basis, the paint in your living room should last a little longer.

A living room paint job should last about 10 years—barring of course if, and when, your little artist decides a living wall makes for a great art canvas. The occasional crayons and markers notwithstanding, most of us simply get tired of seeing the same colour on our living room walls after several years and are ready for a change. So, whether you notice the colours in your living room have faded slightly, you discover new, unsolicited artwork, or you are just tired of seeing the same colours. It’s probably a good idea to start thumbing through some paint swatches after 6 to 7 years.


Bedrooms in general need fewer paint jobs than any other room in the house. While they are used at least 8 hours a day, bedrooms are not subject to the same day-to-day activities like a kitchen, living room, or bathroom. So a bedroom paint job can typically last a little longer before it needs a new coat of paint. You can go without applying a new coat of paint to your bedroom every 10-12 years. Unless of course, like your living room, you just get tired of seeing the same colours every night.


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