Which Shade of Masonry Paint will Make My Exterior Surfaces Pop?

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How to Choose a Shade of Masonry Paint to Make Your Exterior Walls Pop

If you want to bolster your home’s appeal and market value, rejuvenating the exterior with the best masonry paint could make all the difference! Simply repainting the outer walls of your home can shave years from the building’s perceived age and substantially increase the price you can command.

Masonry paint is one of the most attractive and durable options on the market today. What’s more, it’s also one of the most versatile. It’s suitable for a slew of exterior surfaces such as brickwork, roughcast and pebbledash, concrete, building blocks to name just a few.

In short, masonry paint is a great way to give your home’s exterior a fresh new look. It can be used to brighten up old brickwork, or to cover up unsightly concrete. Our masonry paints are available in a wide range of colours, so you can find the perfect hue to match your home’s style. In this blog post, we will discuss how to choose the perfect shade of masonry paint to make your property pop.

Let’s get started, shall we?

How to Choose a Masonry Paint Colour That Complements your Exterior Surface

When it comes to masonry paint, there are a few things you need to take into account before making your final decision. The first is the colour of your exterior surface. You want to make sure that the masonry paint you choose complements the existing colour of your home.

Traditional or Contemporary?

The second thing to consider is the style of your home. If you have a traditional-style home, you’ll want to choose masonry paint colours that are classic and timeless, such as Classic Cream, Sandstone or Country Cream. On the other hand, if you have a more contemporary-style home, you may want to choose masonry paint colours that are more trendy and modern, such as White Magnolia or Light Grey.

Sun Exposure

Finally, you’ll also want to take into account the amount of sunlight that hits your home. If your home gets a lot of direct sunlight, you’ll want to choose masonry paint colours that are light and airy. If your home doesn’t get a lot of direct sunlight, you may want to choose masonry paint colours that are darker and more saturated.

No matter what masonry paint colour you choose, make sure it’s one that you’re happy with and that will boost your home’s kerb appeal!

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We hope you enjoyed our latest article and have now decided on the perfect shade for your exterior masonry surface. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us, we would be more than happy to help. Get in touch with our experts on 01663 733633 today – or send an email to orders@paintmaster.co.uk

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Further Reading: How to Professional Apply Exterior Masonry Paint