K&P Exteriors – Exterior Colors Trend and Wear in Colorado
Exterior paint color tends to last between 3 to 5 years. Depending factors are: where you live, climate and weather, and the previous paint job. Stains usually need to be redone every 4 years. Interestingly, some sources say paint on vinyl can last up to 20 years. However, bright sun can fade exterior colors within 10 to 15 years. Colorado is one of the sunniest states in America, with an average of 300 sunny days a year!
Color trends in previous years in Colorado were to choose neutrals that fade well such as beiges, tans, lighter greys, and some blues. New construction in Colorado today is straying from that norm. Darker color schemes can be seen all along the Colorado Front Range, as well as bright reds, blues, and greens. Though these darker and vibrant colors start out very appealing, the wear on them is more noticeable very quickly. The darker greys, blues, reds, and greens that fit so nicely with the natural beauty of the Colorado Front Range, are more susceptible to UV rays, making them dull and fade faster than neutrals. Homeowners with such colors then, will need to repaint more often. Yet, strides are being made by paint making companies, such as Sherwin Williams and Behr, to find paint mixtures that resist fading.
K&P Exteriors provides roofing and siding services to the majority of the Colorado Front Range. We deliver uncompromising customer service that has made us a trusted name in the roofing industry. K&P Exteriors has provided many years of roofing and siding services in Colorado, with thousands of satisfied customers.
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