How Exterior Painting Increases Your Home’s Curb Appeal and Value

How Exterior Painting Increases Your Home’s Curb Appeal and Value

How exterior painting increases your home's curb appeal and value

Are you looking for a way to increase your home’s value and improve its curb appeal? One easy way to achieve this is by painting the exterior of your home. A fresh coat of paint will make your house more appealing to potential buyers, and if painted with Rhino Shield, the new buyers will enjoy the 25-year transferable warranty.

Increase Your Home’s Value & Curb Appeal With Exterior Painting

With any home improvement project, it’s important to know whether that project will increase your home’s value and by how much. According to homelight.com, painting the exterior of your home nets roughly a 152% return on investment. While it’s important to note that this ROI is for traditional paint, painting your home with Rhino Shield will further improve the ROI, as you won’t need to repaint your house every 3 – 5 years to maintain its integrity. 

Painting the exterior of your home will also increase curb appeal. Curb appeal describes the general attractiveness of a house from the immediate outside area to a potential buyer. It’s a good idea to ensure your home’s exterior looks clean and presentable when trying to sell. One major benefit of Rhino Shield is that it resists fading, meaning your home will look as vibrant 25 years later as it did on the day it was painted. This will ensure a positive first impression for potential buyers when they visit your home for a walk-through.

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Rhino Shield Provides Additional Value To Your Home

• Save Money By Not Having To Repaint Every 3-5 Years

Rhino Shield will guarantee that your external paint will never crack, chip, warp, or peel for 25 years. This means you will only need to paint your house once with Rhino Shield, rather than every 3 – 5 years, as is common with latex and oil-based paint. See the chart below for a cumulative cost analysis of Rhino Shield vs Regular paint over a 20-year period.

Cumulative Cost of Rhino Shield vs Regular Paint

• The Warranty Lasts For 25 Years and Is Transferable

If you sell your home, the handwritten and signed warranty goes to the new homeowner. This adds value to the home purchase since the new homeowners won’t need to worry about repainting for the remainder of the 25-year warranty

• Rhino Shield Offers Class “A” Fire Rating

Rhino Shield exterior paint received a Class “A” fire and smoke rating. Buildings with this rating may qualify for discounted homeowners insurance in areas prone to wildfires, which can add value to your home.

• Rhino Shield Reduces Energy Costs

Rhino Shield offers an R-value equivalence of 6.89 and is classified as a LOW E coating. This helps insulate the home, which can lower energy bills every month. This can all be considered when determining how much you can list your home for.


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