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Exterior Paint

Exterior paint is easy to apply, as long as you've got the correct paintbrush, you can transform your brickwork, fence panels and deck with a range of colours to choose from. We have a wide variety of exterior paint to keep your home and garden looking full of character all year round.

From outdoor paint offering long-lasting protection from UV rays, exterior metal paint that resists rust, multi surface paint that is perfect for a range of projects and even masonry paint to transform the outside of your home, explore our range of exterior paints online and in-store.

Not only is exterior paint protective and designed to prevent moisture build-up, but it can also increase the lifespan of home exteriors including brickwork, wooden sheds, fences, furniture and even decking.
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We have a wide variety of exterior paint to keep your home and garden looking full of character all year round. Explore our range of paint brushes, rollers and trays to get your garden project underway.

What is the Best Exterior Paint?

Selecting the best exterior paint depends on the type of outdoor project you’re embarking on. If your garden furniture, benches, sheds, or fence panels need a refresh, look no further than our range of weather-proof garden paint. We also offer sprayable versions of many of these shades to make it easier than ever to keep your garden furniture looking fresh.

If it’s your decking that needs sprucing up, we also offer a range of decking stain and oils to ensure your entertaining space looks polished and pristine.

Explore our Ideas & Advice page if you’re looking for specific and detailed guides so you don’t have to tackle your next DIY project on your own.

How to Paint a House’s Exterior?

It sounds like an almighty challenge, but painting the exterior of your home can be relatively simple when broken down into steps. Once you have gathered your materials and selected your paint colour, use masking tape to protect any masonry and windows from any rogue paint splashes. From there, you can start painting. You may need a layer of primer if your new colour needs a neutral base, so be sure to arm yourself with plenty of brushes.

We also recommend you consult our Health and Safety Guidelines to ensure you’re taking the correct steps to keep yourself and others safe.