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Should You Start Painting in the Winter?

Updated: Nov 11, 2020

There isn't much you can do in the winter when it comes to home repairs, but don't add painting to that list just yet. There are lots of benefits starting your painting while winter is here can bring.

1. Winter temperatures are perfect for curing paint ❄

Despite what many of us believe, cool air can be much more effective at drying paint than warm air.

2. The best professional painting deals happen in the winter ❄

Winter is the slow season for professional painters. Not only does this mean a higher chance of getting a better deal, but also the job will get done quicker.

3. You can save your summers for other home improvement projects ❄

Like we said before, there are a lot of projects that can't be done during the winter. Get your painting job out of the way now and focus on your other projects when spring comes.

4. It will free up your evenings ❄

Normally an early sunset causes stress and problems, but when painting, you can take advantage of it. Painters only paint during daylight hours, so the earlier the sun rises and sets, the earlier they will be gone. This means your project will start earlier and leave your evenings at home free.

5. Low humidity ❄

Humidity can be an unpredictable factor when it comes to painting. The dry winter air can be a blessing in disguise for painting. Humidity can cause problems with drying and sometimes can cause sagging in the paint. This is much less of an issue with dryer winter air.

❄❄❄Winter is almost over.❄❄❄ Book your job now before the busy spring season!

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