HomeTriangle Guides: Most Suitable Time For Painting House Interiors!


Planning to get a little interior painting done this winter? There are way too many benefits to get your house painted during this time of the year.

Planning to get a little interior painting done this winter? There are way too many benefits to getting your house painted during this time of the year. It is ideally the best time to consider the pros and cons of interior painting for you. I would like to state the pros first and the cons later for interior painting during this season.

The Pros of Painting during this time of the Year

half painted wall

(pic: vivint)

Cold weather proves as the greatest benefit for interior painting. The biggest pro here is the paint would dry really quickly when the temperatures are soaring yet, nearing to fall even more. Especially, if the temperature is hot then the paint would dry faster than usual not adhering to the surface which will be prone to peeling off in the future.

The fact that the winter seasons are generally less humid results in benefitting of painting during this time of the year. If too much moisture gets in the paint when it is supposed to dry, it will not dry properly and will be more likely to crack and peel off.

Also, painting each of the rooms can really upgrade the look of your space while it adds a fresh and new look. If you have plans on staying in the house for several years, feel free to experiment with vibrant colors for every room of the house. On the other hand, If you are planning to sell the house, it is better to go with neutral colours that help in complementing the room space.

a wall painted dark pink
(pic: onemanandabrush)

The Cons of Painting during Winter

paint peeling from a wall

(pic: homerepair)

The obvious issue that might occur would be if the temperatures tend to fall way too much and get too cold. If it gets too cold, the paint will not dry easily and the wetness might reflect an unattractive look on the walls. However, switching on the heater may result in soothing weather for the interiors.

Yet you might want to keep the windows open for the paint smell to evaporate, this may result in excess energy consumption if the heater is on and the windows open. That is a huge drawback, however, in many parts of the country, the climate doesn’t reach the extremes apart from the north, east, and northeastern parts.



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