Fresh paint can completely change the look of your house. In fact, it’s one of the most cost-effective remodeling jobs you can do, as long as you choose trusted Minneapolis area painting contractors that specialize in quality hand painting. When deciding on a time to paint the house, be sure to choose carefully. Late summer and early fall weather offer prime painting conditions you should take advantage of before it’s too late. More on that below.
Selling in Spring? Are you planning to put your house up for sale next spring? Have your exterior painting done now to ensure you get it done in time to put it up on the market. If you wait until spring to schedule your painting, you may not get it completed in time to get those pictures taken and your home up on the market when you’d like. And, if you get it done now, you’ll get to enjoy the fresh coat of paint for a few months as well.
The highest rainfall also tends to arrive in spring. Waiting until dry weather next summer could delay your painting project far more than you’d like. You’ve also got to allow your home’s siding a chance to dry out after winter snow and spring rain. Waterlogged siding can compromise paint’s ability to dry properly, but our experienced painting contractors can determine when your siding’s moisture has reached a workable level. Our contractors will also know when wet weather is on the horizon and can avoid it as necessary.
Summer tends to be the ideal time for painting since it’s typically dry and warm. Since not every homeowner can paint over the summer, though, some opt to paint in early spring or into the late fall. While some contractors stretch the painting season as long as possible, quality painting contractors like ours know that it’s important to paint at a time when weather conditions are consistent and temperatures don’t vary significantly. That’s why our contractors know that now is a great time to get that exterior painting project on the schedule!
Let’s get started today. The most trusted painting contractors in Minneapolis don’t skimp on quality. We take the necessary time to do the job right. This means taking the additional time upfront to scrape, sand, and prime your home’s exterior prior to painting. We also know the difference between latex, oil, and acrylic exterior paints and can help you choose the right type and color to make your home’s exterior shine for years to come. We can even paint your home’s old brick!