Mainit. Still, during the summer months is a good time to paint home exteriors. You don’t want it suddenly raining after you’ve just finished a paint job. If you’re looking for recommendations, check out these summer-ready paint colors and products.

Boysen Permacoat Latex

Summer-Ready Paint Color Schemes and Products for Your Home Exteriors | MyBoysen

Whites and off-whites are a great choice for home exteriors especially if you live in a tropical country like the Philippines. It’s the color most able to reflect the sun’s heat. So, painting your exteriors in it can give you a cooler home compared to painting it in darker colors.

Apart from that, white paint for a home is a classic look. It will never go out of style and is a favorite of homeowners. It’s elegant, clean, and easy to pair with other colors of your choosing. Try a deep brown or gray for a modern look.

Boysen Permacoat Latex | MyBoysen

Boysen Permacoat Latex has several readily available neutrals, including the ones above. If you need more options, you also get more than a thousand paint colors to choose from via the Boysen Mix and Match stations.

A 100% acrylic paint, Boysen Permacoat Latex is outstandingly durable, excellent at hiding imperfections and flaws, and is dirt-pick-up-resistant. It dries to the touch in just an hour, needs only two hours per recoating, and already looks great with two coats of paint.

Titan Superflex Elastomeric Paint

Summer-Ready Paint Color Schemes and Products for Your Home Exteriors | MyBoysen

There’s no need to limit your palette to neutrals if you don’t want to! You can get creative with what colors you choose for your home exteriors. A lot of Pinoys have a preference for warm pastels for home exteriors like oranges, reds, and yellows. These give off a homey and cozy feel. And, compared to darker colors, they still don’t absorb as much heat.

Titan Superflex Elastomeric Paint | MyBoysen

Titan Superflex Elastomeric Paint, a more pocket-friendly paint, comes in a range of colors including refreshing bold hues. And, just like Permacoat, you get even more color options by visiting a Boysen Mix & Match station.

It’s an affordable alternative that delivers on quality too. It’s self-priming, durable, and retains its color so you don’t see your paint job fading anytime soon. Because of its adherent, flexible film, it’s also able to bridge hairline cracks on vertical walls, prevent water seepage, and reflect ultraviolet light.

Boysen Acrytex

Boysen Acrytex | MyBoysen

Have your home ready for both the summer and rainy season. Go for Acrytex, well-known for being a tough paint product! Did you know you can achieve other colors for it as well? You don’t have to stick to just white. You can tint a container of Acrytex topcoat with Acrytex Tinting Colors to get pastel to medium-toned hues. Just make sure you follow the 1:16 max ratio of colorant to paint.

Boysen Acrytex’s formulation makes it exceptionally hardy. It adheres firmly to the surface it’s painted on making it unlikely that you’ll see it crack, flake, peel, yellow, or discolor. It will be a long while before you see it aging.

When applied, Boysen Acrytex also creates a watertight, non-porous film that can repel water and prevent seepage. This gives your home protection from heavy downpours. Easy to maintain, you can easily wash away dirt and stains from it too.

Take note though. Boysen Acrytex is recommended to be used on new concrete or concrete previously painted with Boysen Acrytex. It is not recommended for application over oil-based and water-based coatings.

Now, get painting!

If you have any questions or inquiries about Boysen products, our technical team will be happy to assist you. Send an email to or call (02) 8363-9738 local 413 to 418 during office hours for a one-on-one consultation.


Jill is a writer on a continuous journey to learn about paint and share them with you, the reader. She has an interest in the technical side of things but also thoroughly enjoys playing with colors. She likes calm greens, quiet blues, and mellow yellows best.

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