Residential Painting

Why Buying Quality Paint Will Save You Money In The End

Why Buying Quality Paint Will Save You Money in the End

Paint and all of the needed accessories to apply it (paint brushes, plastic covering, tape, etc.) can become a financial burden. So many times, a cheaper paint may be more appealing to your wallet. Here is why you should bite the bullet and pay a little more for the pricier paint.

You “get what you pay for” is especially true with paint. Cheaper paint means cheaper quality. Using top quality paint will ensure that your paint job looks great and lasts for a long time.

Quality paint ensures the following:

  • Better coverage: high-quality paint will provide better coverage with fewer coats due to the high ration of fine-particle pigments. For bigger jobs such as the whole interior or the exterior, this will save a good amount of time. Lower-quality paints require more coats and may mean more trips for extra paint.
  • Cost-efficient: Yes, cheap paints are cheap; however, higher-quality, more expensive paints can save you money as there will be less to cover (less coats), and you don’t have to continuously purchase more gallons to redo the job or touch up the paint sooner.
  • Durability: higher-quality paint, if properly applied, will last for years without chipping or fading. For this reason, high-quality paint suppliers normally provide a warranty with their products. Lower-quality suppliers can’t afford to make this claim and offer the durability warranty.
  • Protection: higher-quality paint offers more protection against the exposure of exterior surfaces to the elements. It seals exterior wood and keeps out moisture and the sun

All in all, more expensive paint has more pigment and resin. It will last longer, look better, and save you money and time in the long run!

Paint is not something to try and buy cheap, it will show in the end! To receive professional assistance with your residential painting projects or for more information in general, contact the experts from Noel Painting today!