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Why Exterior Painting Should Be Done Before the Weather Gets Too Cold

Why Exterior Painting Should Be Done Before the Weather Gets Too Cold

If you haven’t gotten exterior painting done yet, here is why it can be helpful for you during the cold months of winter.

We’re just about ready to jump into the new year, and we all want to make it the best year we’ve had to date. We’ve been experiencing some fairly chilly weather this winter, but there’s still plenty of cold weather left for the season. Therefore, if you haven’t gotten your home ready for the cold, there are still reasons to do so. One way to get your home ready is with exterior painting.  If you haven’t gotten exterior painting done yet, here is why it can be helpful for you during the cold months of winter.

Exterior Painting Gives Your House Resistance Against Rot

Winter brings about plenty of precipitation, whether that’s rain or snow. As a result, your house can be put at risk for developing mold and rot. This decreases the lifespans of the different surfaces your home has.

By applying paint to the exterior of your house, you give it an extra layer of resistance against cold weather. This means your house will have greater longevity and protection.

Exterior Painting Protects Your House Against Pests

If you have paint on your house, pests like termites might not be as enticed to eat away at your wood. Once paint has become cracked or chipped, however, pests could have an easier time penetrating your wood and damaging your house. That’s why exterior painting is important. Not only does it protect against weather, but it also protects against pests.

Paint Can Be Used As an Insulator

During winter, you want to do what you can to preserve the heat inside of your house. The more insulation your house has, the less money you have to spend on heating. Fortunately, paint can be used as a sort of insulator. When your house has a fresh coat of paint protecting its surface, your home’s interior will be able to stay warmer during the cold months of winter.

Paint is Able to Dry More Quickly When It’s Warmer

While temperatures have already started falling, there is still plenty of winter left, and temperatures could drop further. The colder the temperatures become, the longer it takes paint to dry. You can still paint your house when it’s cold outside, but it’s easier to get done when it’s warmer. Therefore, if you want your exterior painting job to be finished sooner instead of later, then painting during warmer temperatures is advised.

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