It's Not Too Late for Outdoor Painting

It's Not Too Late for Outdoor Painting was created by GregLellPainting

Our beautiful fall weather is giving everyone more time in the great outdoors. You may think that it's too late for outdoor painting, but its definitely not! In fact, with the variations in our weather, we can even paint in the winter when we get those warm, dry days. The rule of thumb for outdoor painting is 50 degrees and rising. Anyone who's lived in this area for a while knows that we can get 50 degree temps throughout the year. Just make sure there's no precipitation in the forecast for a couple of days and watch that thermometer. It's great to be able to take care of the outside of your home throughout the year rather than trying to get everything done during the spring and summer. Just remember 50 and rising.
Greg
Greg Lell Painting, Inc.
www.greglellpainting.com
(720) 273-8064
09 Oct 2010 17:53 #1

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Replied by CC on topic It's Not Too Late for Outdoor Painting

What temp is to cold for painting outside?
15 Oct 2010 14:16 #2

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Replied by GregLellPainting on topic It's Not Too Late for Outdoor Painting

Hi Becky
The rule of thumb for outdoor painting is 50 degrees and rising. Anyone who's lived in this area for a while knows that we can get 50 degree temps throughout the year. Just make sure there's no precipitation in the forecast for a couple of days and watch that thermometer. It's great to be able to take care of the outside of your home throughout the year rather than trying to get everything done during the spring and summer. Just remember 50 and rising.
Greg
Greg Lell Painting, Inc.
www.greglellpainting.com
(720) 273-8064
31 Oct 2010 16:17 #3

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