End-of-Summer Exterior Painting

Posted on September 5, 2023

As the summer season begins to transition into autumn, many Texas homeowners contemplate home improvement projects to complete before the holidays. One of those projects might be an exterior painting job. While many people schedule exterior painting during the spring season, the end of summer is the perfect time to refresh the exterior of your home. In this post, we will take a deeper dive into why you should consider an end-of-summer exterior painting project with our CertaPro Painters of DeSoto team.

1. Weather Conditions:
This time of year provides ideal weather conditions for painting. While temps are still hot, they are generally milder and ensure proper paint application and drying. Exterior Painting

2. Longer days
During the end-of-summer, we still experience extended daylight hours. This will allow our painters to stay longer at the job site, ensuring your project is completed quickly.

Taking advantage of the extra daylight will also allow our painters to help you assess color choices and detect flaws.

3. Preparation for the holidays and winter season:
Many homeowners opt for exterior house painting at the end of summer to ensure their home looks its best for the holidays. Additionally, a fresh coat of paint will protect the exterior of your home from the rain, snow, and temperature changes that take place throughout the winter months.

4. Ease of scheduling
Since the highest demand for exterior painting occurs in the spring and summer months, our painters often have more availability in their schedules.

Are you ready to take advantage of this opportunity and schedule your end-of-summer exterior painting? Our painters are ready to transform your home and leave you with a beautiful and protected exterior that will stand strong through all the changing seasons. Schedule your free, no obligation estimate today!

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