What Is the Best Exterior Paint For Wood Surfaces On My Home?

What Is the Best Exterior Paint For The Wood Surfaces On My Home?

What is the best exterior paint for my wood home

Protecting the wood surfaces on the exterior of your home is essential to prevent structural damage caused by weather. Traditional latex paint is prone to bubble, crack, and peel over time. This can cause the wood surfaces on your home to rot as rain and other elements come into direct contact with the wood. Rhino Shield is the best exterior paint choice if you are a homeowner looking to paint your wood home. 

Why Choose Rhino Shield For Your Wood Home

Wood siding is a common external surface for many homes. Our team has experience applying Rhino Shield coatings to houses made of wood siding, cedar, and logs. We also have experience applying Rhino Shield to specific wooden areas of the home, such as porches, decks, and window trim. 

• Rhino Shield Won’t Crack, Chip, Warp, or Peel

Rhino Shield’s waterproofing and bonding capabilities protect your wood home from the elements while remaining fresh and vibrant. We guarantee that Rhino Shield on your wood home will not crack, chip, warp, or peel for 25 years!

• Rhino Shield Allows Wood To Breathe

Even though Rhino Shield will bond completely to the wood surfaces on your home, it will also allow the wood to breathe! This is how it can prevent chipping, cracking, and peeling, which is a common occurrence with latex and oil paints.

• Rhino Shield Resists Algae & Mildew Growth

The scientists behind Rhino Shield’s formula know what they’re doing! There are additives implemented into Rhino Shield’s formula that provides superior algae and mildew resistance for your home. This can help prevent harmful damage that could lead to expensive and time-consuming repairs.

• Rhino Shield Helps Repel Water

The revolutionary membrane of Rhino Shield actively seals and protects the wood surfaces on your home. This makes houses painted with Rhino Shield far more resistant to water damage than homes painted with traditional paint.

• Rhino Shield Bonds Completely to Wood Surfaces

Latex and oil-based paints do not offer the same moisture protection that Rhino Shield provides. With latex and oil-based exterior paint, moisture can penetrate the paint film and get behind it, causing the wood to swell. This can cause blisters, cracking, or peeling damage to the home. Rhino Shield exterior paint bonds completely to the wood surfaces of your home, so you don’t have to worry about peeling and repainting. Our APS primer is unlike any on the market regarding adhesion, penetration, and water sealing.

Get A No-Obligation Quote To Paint The Wood Surfaces On Your Home With Rhino Shield 

Most local exterior painters use traditional painting products, but only Rhino Shield can wrap your home in a protective paint coating. Get started today with your free no-obligation quote below.


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