RhinoShield®, the ceramic elastomeric coating used in interior and exterior walls, has a product that can be used to strengthen and improve your roofs: Super Shield®. This is an elastomeric ceramic roof coating that is best applied by exterior painters using professional installation equipment.
Living in a coastal town has its benefits – proximity to the ocean, cool breezes and panoramic views of the water. However, it is not without its drawbacks as the salt in the moist air ocean can take a toll on the exterior of your home, causing it to deteriorate 5 to 10 times faster than it normally would. Palmetto Ceramic Coatings, South Carolina’s trusted painting contractors and the only ones qualified to install Rhino Shield® in the area, look at these effects along with how you can best maintain your home’s exterior and protect it against salt damage.
Every year, corroded machinery and home exterior components cost homeowners significant investments since corrosion is often an expensive problem. This is especially true for people who live in coastal towns or places that experience high rainfall and humid conditions. However, by taking the time to understand its root causes, you can take effective steps to prevent it or, at the very least, slow its progression. Palmetto Ceramic Coatings, your trusted Rhino Shield® painting contractors, discusses these steps below:
Brick is one of the most popular building materials. It provides structures their unmatched aesthetic appeal and low-maintenance qualities. Even so, a brick home exterior still needs upkeep to prevent damage that may affect its structural integrity.
The house’s exterior is one of the first things people see from the curb. What most homeowners don’t know is that exterior walls are available in a range of materials apart from wood.
Adding a ceramic coating to brick surfaces offers more than just aesthetic enhancements to home design. It can also help lower your cooling and heating costs. While it’s not a popular strategy to save on your energy bills, it’s nevertheless effective and worthwhile. [Read more…]
Summer is the perfect time to do those home improvement projects you’ve been putting off for a while! After all, the season brings warm weather conducive to both interior and exterior upgrades. However, you might want to pay more attention to outdoor projects first before the harsh winter sets in again.
Ever had an experience with an amateur home improvement contractor that left a bad taste in your mouth? Their lack of experience and skill may have even discouraged you from continuing your upgrade. Remodeling horror stories abound these days, so searching for a qualified contractor alone can be an intimidating process for homeowners.