If you have considered repainting the exterior of your home, the first step you need to take is to plan around the weather and climate. Temperature and other environmental elements can impact how the pint settles on your home’s exterior. And while painting on a very hot day might not sound ideal, the fact of the matter is, the weather is much more unpredictable in the spring and fall. Therefore, there are many benefits to picking the best time to paint your home’s exterior, and luckily, summer is one of the best. Here are some of the benefits of summer painting.
Painting During Dry Days
Since you can only paint when the surface is dry, it is beneficial to paint during a dryer part of the year. Midsummer tends to be much drier than spring and fall, as rainy weather is not as prolonged as it is during those parts of the year.
If it rains one day, you will need to wait for the surface to fully dry. Luckily, the hot, glaring sun helps with drying the surface. So you can begin to paint just days after a rainstorm!
Moisture evaporates over a sunny day, so it is important to wait an additional day before doing a painting. Experienced home painters know this, so they will be the best help when it comes to painting your home’s exterior in the summer.