Too Cold For a Dip? Painting in Winter
Whilst the pool maybe shut up for the winter, and no chance of sangria now, and there maybe be a chance of ice, we still have to paint house exteriors in the winter. Painting Essendon between downpours.
Rugged up and thermal wrapped, we’ll paint your house in the depths of the frozen tundra. Winter is coming? John Snow isn’t an employee, sorry, get over it! But we are, and he’s not that dashing anyway!
Painting in Winter – Essendon
Commonly we are asked to paint house exteriors in the winter, and at the same time asked if it’s too cold to paint. No it’s not too cold, for the paint at least. In fact the paint takes longer to dry is a good thing.
Well the sun came out when I was painting the zinc awnings, so they heated up and felt hot to touch! The second coat on one dried too fast and uneven. Ruined. I repainted later, when clouds came over. It’s good to paint in winter.
The only thing that may cause problems is the dew point. That’s when the moisture in the air becomes too much for anything to dry. Usually about 4pm mid winter. We’ve finished for the day by then.
Rhinozinc awnings. Solarguard Matt Black.