What Are The Few Precautionary Measures That Should Be Taken Care Of During The Painting Of A House?
After the complicated task of selecting the type of paint, the colour and the personnel for the job comes the most tedious and important aspect of renovations, that is, the actual painting work. The biggest concerns that strike our mind during such times is how to protect our windows, furniture and other belonging from paint droppings.
A good painter knows how to do his work and always take precautionary measures, where the furniture is less and moveable it is best suited to move it and then paint the walls, and in case it cannot be moved, it should be covered with canvas cloth or tarpaulin sheets. Even the floors and windows should be covered with plastic or canvas cloth or tarpaulin sheets. And in spite of taking precaution if a few drop of paint falls here and there during renovations, then one must not worry as painters have chemicals with them that can remove colour stains.
An empty house takes lesser time to be painted as compared to an occupied house. If an empty house takes ten days to be painted then, an occupied house will take up to 15 days; that is 50% more time than an empty house.
The main reason being the same windows and doors will be packed and unpacked over and over again in an occupied house which is not the case in an empty house.
So, take care of such precautionary measure, the next time your house needs painting for its renovation.