Peeling paint is not just ugly, messy and necessary to fix, it can be a sign of something more going on behind your walls or ceiling. Here’s what to look for if you have peeling paint and how your painting contractor will fix it so it doesn’t happen again.
There are many reasons why the paint could be peeling in your bathroom and here are some of the most common causes to consider. Knowing the root of the problem is an important first step to fixing the issue.
High humidity causes peeling paint
Who doesn’t like a long, hot shower on most days? A bathroom will get steamy and if there isn’t proper ventilation from windows or a fan, the walls and ceiling are going to feel the effects of this excessive moisture and the paint will peel. Ensure your bathroom has good ventilation and a fan that’s powerful enough for the space to protect ward off moisture. If the exhaust fan is the right size for the room, clean it to improve its effectiveness.