Even though, it will be raining in the summer does not mean you can paint the exterior. Painting at a higher temperature usually above 21 degree Celsius will make the painting susceptible to flaking and cracking. The pros know, the temperature of the surface to be painted should not be too hot, that is why it is best to paint the exterior of a building early in the morning. In the same vein, avoid painting on a windy day. It will reduce the drying time of the paint, but also will affect the quality of the painted work. And wind guts can be a nightmare if your spraying the exterior.
It is essential to choose the right paint that suits the outdoor space with regard to summer. There is a right formulated paint for the outdoor use that will guarantee convenience and best results, even with impending rain every afternoon. We like Sherwin Williams Resilience for this.
Painting the exterior of a building during the summer exposes you to the summer heat, which can be too much; staying hydrated is paramount. Some precautions are, have a cooler on-site, get the right gear like caps or hats, and apply sunscreen. Also, get the right set of tools like high-quality brushes and rollers that will improve the work quality and save time.