Mirror and frame on newly painted wall

Quick Fix To Increase House Value: Refresh Your Paint Work

Painting the interior of your house is a simple solution to revamp your living space and up the value of your home.

However, it can be hard to know when it’s the right time to start painting.

Picture the inside of an old house – you notice that paint is peeling off the walls and window sills and the paint that’s left is stained and dull. While this is a definite sign that it’s time to break out the paint and brushes, even small discolouration or scratches can leave a home looking tired and worn before its time.

There’s nothing like walking into your home and seeing a fresh and bright colour on the walls. You don’t have to wait until the current paint is peeling to want a new look. You might just want to update the colour scheme or give a brighter backdrop to new furniture.

Not only will a paint job make your living space more welcoming and comfortable, fresh paintwork can make houses look younger. If you’re thinking of selling or renting out your property, a new paint job is a great way to add value. Rather than undertaking a full bathroom or kitchen renovation, start selecting paint colours and you’re on your way.

If you’ve decided that a new paint job is how you’re going to give your home a boost, you may be wondering what to do next. Property owners have two main options when it comes to getting this project underway.

Take the DIY route

TV shows like The Block and Homes and Gardens have motivated many Adelaide property owners to attempt a paint job on their own. It can seem like a reasonably achievable DIY project for beginners with a low level of risk and doing it yourself can seem like the cheaper option.

The truth is, if you want a professional, high-quality result, you will need some background knowledge about painting techniques and the right tools for the job. It can also take longer than you expect and cause some common problems if you’re not sure what to plan for. Most of us have seen at least one house with the window locks painted over.

Before you start your DIY home revamp, you’ll need to purchase the right tools for the job, prepare the areas being painted properly, protect surrounding furnishings, and select the correct paint. Sound preparation is the hidden key to success here!

new paint work lounge room

Hire a professional painting service

If doing it yourself sounds like a problem waiting to happen, you can always hire a professional painting service to get the job done for you. Hiring professional painters to paint your property means that all the work, including preparation, protecting furnishing, and post-painting cleanup, are all completed for you, free of hassle. It will save you time and effort while guaranteeing a high quality, professional result that will last for years to come.

While hiring professional painters for a home may seem like a luxury, they will ultimately save you hours of work and put a stop to any unexpected costs. Professional painters, like the experts at Mott Group, offer:

  • Professional painting equipment and materials (including primers and topcoats)
  • Specialist advice for selecting a paint colour
  • Expert knowledge of surface materials and different paint types
  • Initial preparation (sanding, washing, etc.)
  • Painting repairs and touch-ups
  • Surface treatments (if required)
  • Post paint cleanup

Depending on what you need, Mott Group’s professional painting service can provide you with complete internal paintwork, single area applications or specialist services. Jobs can range from single houses, multiple properties or commercial buildings. We’ll tailor our approach to your needs, keeping you informed of your options from start to finish.


If you want to increase the value of your property or just need to refresh, hire a painting specialist from the Adelaide Mott painting team. No matter the size of the job, you can rest assured that the process will be completed efficiently with little disruption to you or your family.

Give us a call on 8462 9844 or request a quote to find out more!