What Exactly is Urethane Paint?

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Urethane paint is a mix of binders, pigments, and other ingredients that, when combined, create a coating designed to protect your home and make it look beautiful. That's about the limit of what most people know about it. In all reality, there's a little more to understanding urethane and how it protects your home. Dating back to the 1960s, urethane paint was … [Read more...]

Learn the Benefits of Our Composite Painting Services

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Construction is changing and in the past few years composite materials have become ever more popular for building everything from homes to businesses. Composites provide a reliable building material that is both resilient and easily applied. Since it is made of wood and plastic, it's durable and long lasting. Rhino Shield composite painting services can … [Read more...]

Nature’s Cote vs Paint: What are the Differences?

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To paint or to cote? That's the question many homeowners are asking themselves this summer. It's a big decision that begins by first understanding the difference between Nature's Cote and paint. For starters, most paints use a basic resin and inexpensive fillers like calcium carbonate to fill their cans up. These fillers simply add volume and decrease the … [Read more...]

Why Rhino Shield Ceramics Are Better Than Traditional Paint

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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 … [Read more...]

Rhino Shield Keeps Your Home Looking Great for Decades

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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. When comparing Rhino … [Read more...]