3 Reasons to Paint Your Home During Winter
Did you know that winter is a great time to complete an interior or exterior painting project? Especially in Ocala and The Villages. Although Florida’s winter season is short, the temperatures and weather conditions make it prime time for painting.
Here are three reasons why you should paint your Florida home during the winter:
Natural lighting is at its prime
When performing a premium paint job, proper lighting is not only essential, but it also makes the job more enjoyable. During the winter, we experience many clear, sunny days. This type of forecast creates excellent natural light, leading to a bright environment perfect for applying a fresh coat of paint. Plus, you won’t have to worry about forgetting where you last painted; you’ll easily be able to see your progress.
The drying process is expedited
High levels of humidity can hinder paint’s ability to dry. When you paint in the summer, you’re at risk of reaching undesirable humidity levels and temperatures. The humidity in Florida is much lower in the winter. If you’re worried about ventilation during an interior painting project, CertaPro Painters® of Ocala and The Villages has paint available in low-VOC or no-VOC formations. What does this mean? There will be little or no odor when applying the paint.
Take advantage of the off-season
Come wintertime, Florida residents don’t have to worry about hurricanes and heavy rainfall, which can hinder the start of any painting project. Scheduling a painting project is much easier in the winter since the weather is more predictable. As long as the temperatures are in the 50s, you’ll have no problem completing an interior or exterior painting project in the winter.
Schedule Your Winter Painting Project
Between the abundance of natural lighting, low humidity levels, and less rainfall, winter is an ideal time to update your home with an interior painting project. Still have questions? Our experts are ready to discuss your project in detail. Contact us to schedule a free estimate today!