Space size is a big factor for painting costs. Larger spaces take more materials and time. High walls may need ladders or scaffolding to reach. Smaller spaces can be hard to paint because they can be difficult to move around in. They can also have a lot of things like sinks or toilets that need to be painted around.
Paint quality is big too. Lower quality paints are cheaper, but only in the short run. You’ll need to repaint sooner with cheaper paint, which means another round of having painters in your home. Higher quality paints should look better for much longer.
The cost to paint a house interior goes up if there are any existing damages. They need fixing before painting can begin. Left alone, the damage will get worse and may ruin the paint.
Complexity deals with how difficult the job will be. Size and damages play into this as well. Some projects may need special equipment or processes to do.
If you pay extra, some painters will work harder to finish your project more quickly. They can work longer days, holidays, and weekends.
The final main factor for interior house painting costs is painter professionalism. More professional painters communicate better, follow procedure to the letter, clean after themselves daily, and make the client feel comfortable while the project is going on. They won’t split your project with another, leave messes behind, try to loophole the contract, or even try to use one of these painting scams.