When planning out your spring to-do’s, there are probably several home improvements that fall on that list. At the top, should be painting the exterior of your home. Spring is the best time of the year to do your outdoor projects, such as painting, for a variety of reasons.
Recover From Winter Damage
The harsh weather of winter can cause quite a bit of wear and tear on the exterior of your home. If the exterior paint is aged or damaged, water can quickly enter and cause further damage. By painting your as soon as spring rolls around, you can get it cleaned up quickly and keep it protected.
Get it Done First
If you plan on doing some other outdoor projects this spring such as landscaping or gardening, it makes sense to do the painting first. This way you won’t have to worry about ladders, or the painting crew crushing any newly planted flowers in the garden, or areas of newly grown grass.
The mild temperatures of spring is the optimal weather for exterior painting. Somewhere above 50 degrees is optimal, before it gets too hot, which could cause the paint to dry too quickly.
Be Ready for the Summer
The sooner you paint the exterior of your home, the longer you’ll be able to enjoy it. If you’re planning any summer BBQs, pool parties, family reunions, etc. at your home, you’ll want it to look its best. Plus, taking care of the painting early will also free up your schedule for the summer! You won’t have to worry about taking up precious warm summer weekends to be around for the painting.
Contact us for Exterior Painting in Gloucester MA
Although exterior painting can be done at other times of the year under the right conditions, getting it done in the spring clearly has several benefits worth taking advantage of. If you need an exterior home painter in Gloucester, Danvers, Peabody, Beverly, or beyond, contact Rob Ross Painting! Fill out an online contact form or give us a call today at 978-265-1567!