Reasons to Pick Rhino Shield Over Exterior Paint


Like any recipe, the quality of the ingredients determine the quality of the finished product. When it comes to Rhino Shield vs. paint, we're pleased to say the proof is in the pudding. Traditional house paint is composed of more than 60% water as opposed to 21% for Rhino Shield. Further paint is made up of 17% plasticizers, 12% pigments, and 11% fillers. … [Read more...]

Explore Our Customers’ Favorite Exterior Color Choices

exterior paint colors

Your home is one big canvas that you adorn and decorate to highlight your personality and design tastes. To that end, the following are some Rhino Shield exterior paint colorsĀ our client's have used to turn their home into the belle of their neighborhood: Kettledrum, Softness, and Kendall Rose - These colors create a charming and blissfully relaxed exterior … [Read more...]

Know the Dangers of VOC Content in Traditional Paints

VOCs in paint

Pollution that you see is easy to take care of and remove. Unfortunately, some of the most dangerous pollutants are those that you can't see. It's only been relatively recently thatĀ the dangers of VOC's in paint are something that scientists and health professionals have begun to understand. Paint has traditionally contained large numbers of chemicals … [Read more...]

Own a Coastal Vacation Home? Rhino Shield can Protect it From Salt Water

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After a long winter of working and being cooped up, it's time to take a break and head to the shore. If you're planning to spend a little time at your beachside getaway, remember to think about our ceramic coating protection against salt water damage while you're resting by the sea. The ocean is beautiful and relaxing, but it is also extremely damaging … [Read more...]

How Does Wind Cause Damage to My Roof?


Wind is one of the most damaging forces of nature. It has the ability to cause immediate damage in a windstorm, or sustained damage as the years pass by. This makes it something you have to be constantly paying attention to. Roofs are built to withstand standard wind loads common to the climate in which they are installed. As wind blows over the roof, … [Read more...]