Understanding the Rhino Shield Installation Process, Part 2

In the previous post on the Rhino Shield installation process, we discussed the basic groundwork that needs to be enacted to begin the process of protecting a home with a ceramic coating. Detailed below is our follow-up to the previous post, giving you better insight on what to expect when you decide to protect a home with a ceramic coating.

Understanding the Rhino Shield Installation Process, Part 2

The installation process at Rhino Shield is a thorough process that keeps the client in mind from start to end.

After being cleaned and caulked, your home is now ready for to be protected by Rhino Shield. The next step in the installation process is to mask everything. Lighting fixtures, downspouts, windows, number plates, and other fixtures on your home will be covered and protected so they don’t get covered with over-spray.

After everything is covered, we will apply a waterproof primer to your home. This serves as a bonding agent that the ceramic microspheres within the paint can adhere to later on. Furthermore, primers contain a mildewcide that inhibits the growth of milder algae and mold, preventing the growth of fungi that can deteriorate a home’s value.

At this point, we will paint your home with your choice of the 1500 colors we offer. The finish coat will be applied a high mil thickness for maximum protection. When the coat has dried, we will come back through and touch-up any sections that need extra attention.

Once the touch-up and clean-up is complete our team will do a final inspection with you to ensure you are 100% satisfied with the workmanship and new exterior.

For more information about the Rhino Shield Installation Process, and the methods we use to protect your home from the elements outside, contact us by calling 877-744-6608.

Why Rhino Shield Ceramics Are Better Than Traditional Paint

paint brush We all want our homes to look great, but painting your home every few years can quickly become tedious and expensive. Luckily, Rhino Shield has come along to protect your home and keep it looking fantastic for decades to come.

Here are just a few reasons to choose Rhino Shield instead of paint for your home:

Aesthetics – Rhino Shield can be customized to any color in the Pantone library, and due to its enhanced viscosity, it produces a deeper hue than conventional latex paints.

Durability – A comparable volume of Rhino Shield contains almost 2/3 less water than traditional latex paint. This fact means that its proprietary blend of elastomeric resins, ceramics and mildew-resistant compounds goes on almost 4x thicker, chips less, and lasts significantly longer.

Affordability – Rhino Shield is applied in a manner similar to regular paint, but its makeup means that you normally need only one coat so application costs are the same or less. In addition, reapplication is only need every two decades or so.

For more answers about Rhino Shield vs paint, or any other exterior coating questions, please contact us at Rhino Shield of NY.

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Understanding the Rhino Shield Installation Process, Part 1

The Rhino Shield Installation Process ensures that our coatings will protect your home for decades to come. From start to finish, we thoroughly inspect, repair, and prepare both the structure and the surface of your home so that the finished coating is reliable and durable.

The process begins by giving your home a thorough inspection and pressure washing; afterward, we devise a plan to rectify any structural problems that are discovered. At this point, we will repair or replace damaged siding and stucco so that the surface of your home is in tip-top condition.

As the repairs and replacements are finished up, we remove the old paint and any construction debris from your home. Again, this is to ensure that the surface is as clean as possible so that the Rhino Shield primer and top coat will better adhere to the structure.

Once this is complete, we utilize a high quality elastomeric acryclic caulk to fill in small surface imperfections and joints around doors and windows so that the home is airtight.

To learn more about the Rhino Shield Installation Process, contact us by calling 877-744-6608 and we will be happy to walk you through everything from start to finish.

Stay Green This Earth Day with Rhino Shield

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Ceramic coatings have many green properties that will aid in keeping the world a little greener.

Earth day seems like an appropriate time to remember all the green benefits that Rhino Shield has to offer your home. When you’re debating on whether to protect your home with traditional paint or a durable ceramic coating from Rhino Shield, here are some of the green benefits of selecting Rhino Shield:

  • Rhino Shield contains less than 100 grams (per liter) of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).
  • It keeps your home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer by decreasing energy drawn from the home. This helps reduce energy usage, while saving you money on your utility bill.
  • Rhino Shield is a non-toxic substance with low-odor and no inhalation hazard. And, it’s formula makes it completely safe on the skin.
  • Rhino Shield is ceramic and outlasts latex paints by 50% or more, which in the long term, uses much less energy and resources.
  • Our coating effectively seals off lead paint, which reduces the chance of the paint chipping off.
  • Our Durable Finish Coat has a Class A fire rating, meaning that it is a fire retardant.

Rhino Shield was founded in 2000 with the goal of providing the most durable ceramic wall coating product.

For more information, contact us today to learn more about how the green benefits of Rhino Shield can improve your home.

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Rhino Shield Keeps Your Home Looking Great for Decades

Your home is most likely the largest investment you will ever make. That’s why it is imperative that you protect it from it’s number one nemesis: Mother Nature. Traditional house paints are acceptable for a few years, but paints break down under the rain, snow, sunshine, and wind that bear down on them 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Paint Buckets

Rhino Shield’s ceramic coatings are designed to withstand the elements and weather the test of time. 

When comparing Rhino Shield to paint, Rhino Shield does not break down under this onslaught. That’s because Rhino Shield’s base is comprised of ceramic microspheres, mildewcides, and elastomeric resins that bind themselves to your home to form an impenetrable shield that Mother Nature can’t penetrate.

Furthermore, where a traditional house paint will protect your home for 5-7 years before you need to repaint, a home coated with Rhino Shield won’t need any maintenance or repair for up to 25 years. This not only saves you money, but gives you the peace of mind knowing your home will be protected regardless of the weather outside.

We invite you to contact Rhino Shield of New York by calling 877-744-6608 to learn more about our products and their amazing ability to protect your home for decades to come.

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