Your Professional Painters in Philadelphia Discuss Why the Timing Matters

In a few weeks from now, the temperatures will start rising, the snow banks will melt and disappear, and you can bid goodbye to the white and grey landscape for at least the next six months. While you eagerly await the crisp spring breeze, fresh blooms, and rising mercury levels, imagine how lovely your home could look, if you give its exteriors a fresh coat of paint. A newly painted house against the beautiful spring landscape will not only add to the curb appeal, but also extend the life of your home.

Top 4 Reasons Why Spring is Ideal for Exterior Home Painting

When your home is looking old and tired from the outside, its exterior paint has most likely reached the end of its life. However, painting the home exteriors may not be possible or ideal at just any time of the year. Harsh winters with cold damp weather and heavy snowfall make it challenging to complete successful paint jobs.

Here are some reasons why spring may be the ideal time for painting your home’s exterior.

  1. Longevity of the Exterior Paint Job: Spring weather is warmer, milder and has plenty of sunny breaks, which is perfect for exterior painting jobs. Not only is it more comfortable for the painters, but the temperatures between 50 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit are ideal to achieve a quality finish. If the weather is too hot or too cold during this project, it could compromise the longevity of your exterior paint. 
  2. Less Repairs and Expenses: The ideal weather conditions not only extend the life and quality of your home’s exterior paint,  but the latex in the paints also form a more durable and protective finish. This means higher protection for the expensive building materials that are exposed to the elements all year round, and lower chances of incurring costly or time-consuming repairs.
  3. Better for Your Garden or Landscape: Spring is the best time to plant flowers, shrubs, or put down mulch. However, an exterior paint job can actually damage your planned landscape, especially if the painters have to walk over the areas where new plants have been put in. While you cannot prevent that from happening if you carry out this project in the summer, you do have the option to complete the exterior painting in early spring, before planting or putting down mulch.
  4. More Bang for Your Buck: A spring time exterior paint job will not only give your home a much needed facelift, but also help you keep any major repairs at bay, and increase the value of your home. Since the real estate market picks up pace at this time of the year, this may be an ideal time to list your property and get more bang for your buck if you are planning to sell. Moreover, a freshly painted home will attract potential buyers and bring more people through your door.

While some home improvement tasks are excellent Do-It-Yourself (DIY) projects, certain jobs are best left to the professionals. If you are thinking about giving your home’s exteriors a gorgeous makeover, rely on the exterior painting experts at Mastercraft Painting and Finishes. Our crew is licensed, safety-trained and insured and has access to the latest products, as well as tools and equipment, such as high reach technology. Enjoy quality finishes, minimal downtime, and exceptional service when you hire us to paint the exteriors of your home. We can also refinish your home’s aluminum or vinyl sidings and make them look brand new, saving you thousands of dollars in replacement costs.

For all your exterior home painting and refinishing requirements in and around Philadelphia, count on the professional painters at Mastercraft Painting and Finishes. Call us at 267-496-5307 or contact us online to get a free estimate for your project.