I would like to paint the concrete under a carport (at the back of the property) as I'm selling my house, want to change ye olde concrete to a dark blue/grey to make the area move inviting. It's like a BBQ area with the carport attached to a back shed, and not for cars, it will only be for BBQ, planters etc.
The paint shop and product support people (Berger - was planning to use Berger jet dry) advised NOT painting as it's too cold and the paint won't cure correctly, can't go under 10c, which it regularly does in Melbourne at the moment.
BUT, is there a way I could maintain a 10c+ conditions under my carport? The area is covered so I was thinking, is there a way to heat the area prior and during painting/curing? Like, a tarp tent suspended just over the top of the concrete with some kind of fan heater (set to turn on/off at intervals) or something.
Any ideas? I would like it painted next week and cured within 2-3 days.