Cost Comparison to Save You Money
It’s December, and we all know what that means. ‘Tis the season…for spending. A lot. But don’t set your home on the back burner. It needs some Christmas cheer too, and Rhino Shield has the perfect, cost saving solution for you.
Our exterior coating is the best in the business. It’s long lasting, and will save you money too! Basic latex and acrylic paints need to be repainted every three to seven years. That sure is pricey! Our exterior coating will keep your home looking fabulous for twenty five years.
Our exterior coating is unique. It contains high solid contents and binders, and has been applied to both industrial and commercial sites all around the world. Why not invest in this same amazing technology for your home?
Pricing for paint varies immensely with location. We’re seeing more and more cost increases, and less and less quality products. Paint is easily watered down. This causes cracking, peeling, and unwanted maintenance that Rhino Shield’s exterior coating avoids.
Let’s compare Rhino Shield’s exterior coating and paint:
Paint: Latex, Acrylic
Rhino Shield: Acrylic, Urethane, Elastomeric
Paint: Clay, Minerals
Rhino Shield: Ceramic Microspheres, Zinc Oxide, Titanium Dioxide
Rhino Shield: 60%
Paint: Basic Latex
Rhino Shield: Exclusive Adhesive Primer
Paint: 1.5 dry mils per coat
Rhino Shield: 10 dry mils minimum
Cost is important to almost every home owner out there, and we understand that. It’s hard to give exact estimates. Every home is different. Costs can vary based on size, shape, and region as well.
Our coating is long lasting, and worth every penny. Up front, the numbers may look different than the cost of basic paint. In the long run though, our exterior coating will help decrease your costs as well as the petty maintenance that comes along with basic paint, all while increasing your home’s value and lightening your to do list!
We know the holiday season is both busy and pricey. Make the right decision for you and your home by giving the gift of Rhino Shield this Christmas! Click here for a more in-depth cost analysis.