The very first tip to have a successful paint job is covering up everything that is not supposed to go under a paint job and the flooring and the ceiling comes first in this list. The best, and the most economic way to save paint dabs from gobbing onto the floor is covering the floor with paper, cloth, almost anything that is not very expensive and will shield the floor from any colour that was not supposed to be there.
Additionally, pay attention to the colours that you choose, and ensure that they match the room that you will be painting. Choose brighter, 'glad' colours for the living room and the dining room (if you have one), and more serene ones for the bedroom. You can also choose brighter colours for the children's room. The quality of paints also matters, as that would decide how long the paint looks bright and new, carry out some research and choose one that fits your budget and requirement.
Secondly, you should cover up furniture, artefacts, and even fixtures that exist on walls. Doors, doorknobs, latches, etc. are the most common victims of the stalking nature of the paints. You can cover them with cello tape, or with paper. Pay attention to the edges, as those are the prime areas that fall victim to the unrequited love of the painter and paints.
Roller brushes have several advantages over the traditional paintbrushes. They give you a better final product, the paint itself settles in a more consistent manner, and they are less of a hassle as compared to the traditional paintbrushes. In fact, you will rarely find any painter using the traditional brushes anymore.
These are some tips you should consider while getting a good paint job done. There are many companies that offer paint jobs, and almost every region either has well known brands, as well as family owned businesses that offer you painting services for almost anything. If you are looking for someone local, skim through the local newspapers, magazines and you will find the businesses you are looking for. It is possible that some of the have websites, so you can find out all the information that you want about them at the much touted 'click of a button'.