Why Winter Is the Best Time for a Commercial Paint Job
It’s normally the spring season that’s known for inspiring remodels to commercial buildings. Is this the best time of year to spruce up the office? It may not be. If you’re noticing that the interior of your building could use a fresh coat of paint, winter might be the best season for it.
Interior Paint Jobs Are Faster
Interior paint jobs take a lot less time than exterior paint jobs. In the winter, exterior paint jobs tend to end when the sun goes down. Interior paint jobs, on the other hand, can last throughout the evening. Painters can set up in the early morning or work until later in the evening.
Paint Cures Best in Winter
Paint cures best when the air is cold and dry. In the summer, hot and humid air can make the process painfully slow. No one wants to wait for the paint to dry. When you want a shorter project, winter is possibly the best time you can take care of it.
Colder Temperatures Require Fewer Open Windows
Some business owners worry, understandably, about whether or not the workers will be too cold. After all ventilation is important! While you still have to keep some windows open to air out the building, you do not have to open as many as you’d think with the chilled air. The commercial painters and your workers will not freeze during the process.
Painters Have Clearer Schedules
Painting companies tend to have the most business in the summertime. In winter, you may find that painters have a more flexible and open schedule. This is great for you because you are more likely to find a schedule that works for you and the company.
When it comes to interior painting, winter is one of the best times to start and finish a project. Contact Major Painting today by calling 816-656-3247 or