Newline Painting Announces Taking on Additional Painters Due to Demand

The upsurge in demand for house painters has triggered Newline Painting to swiftly take on new interior painters in Melbourne.

Melbourne, Australia - May 15, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Newline Painting is proud to announce and welcome their newest members of the company. Despite the falling house prices across Melbourne, residents are finding this the perfect opportunity to hire residential painting contractors at a bargain price.

The top-rated Melbourne interior painting company are seeing many homeowners take advantage of the situation for their home painting. The average prices for renovation services have fallen by 4.6% during the past year.

Contrary to what many believe, the surge in demand for affordable home interior painting is mainly attributed by the inexpensive cost to remodel the home. While some seek this as a chance to renew their beautiful home, others are treating this opportunity as an investment for when the market recovers.

Research has shown that kitchen painting, bathroom painting and bedroom painting were the best rooms to remodel for the highest return on investment. Other rooms such as the garage and living room yielded a lower return on investment for Melburnians.

Due to the growth in residential house painting, Newline Painting has decided to take on additional painters to keep up with demand. Being one of the very few businesses to thrive on a slow market, Newline Painting isn’t just hiring any painter available in Melbourne.

The newest members to join Newline Painting are required to undertake various background checks and hold a minimum of 10 years of professional experience and training. The industry has a high level of professional standard which requires qualified tradesmen to be Master Painter Association (MSA) certified.

MSA certified painters are highly recognised industry professionals by the state and the Association in painting, decorating and sign writing trades. Painters of this caliber are desirable for their craftsmanship and ethical work practice.

“We’ve been searching for the right painters for a while now. Our previous customers have put in a good word for us to keep us growing, even in a declining house market. I guess you could say we’re lucky to be growing as a business. We are extremely excited to welcome our newest team members to the family.” - CEO of Newline Painting

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