Choosing the Right Color for Your Home

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Is it time to recolor the outside of your home? It could be that it's fading, you don't like it anymore, or maybe someone just got overzealous with a pressure washer and you've decided you want a new color. But how do you pick the right color? Here are a few deciding factors to consider. What color is the roof? It's likely that you won't be able to paint over … [Read more...]

Color Trends for Interior Paint Colors

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Are you getting a little tired of the color of the interior wall coating in your home? If so,then you should give some thought to applying a new shade. The following are a few color palettes that are currently popular among homeowners. Use them to inspire your creativity! High Voltage  Palette – These color choices, such as Electric Lime and Gladiola, … [Read more...]

Say Goodbye to Chipped and Peeling Paint

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Most homeowners repaint their homes every 5 years--yes, this gives them the opportunity to change the color of their home. It's also another opportunity to spend a lot of money and a few hours arguing over a shade of blue. If you are tired of the usual house painting ritual come discover the never chipping, flaw sealing benefits of Rhino Shield over regular exterior … [Read more...]

Your Color, Your Choice!


When it comes to decorating your home, choice of colors is something extremely important. It's your house, and you want it to look just perfect, and part of that process is making the right choice when it comes to choosing colors to match the mood and style you want to convey. But making that decision can come with some big challenges, especially if you have … [Read more...]

4 Easy Steps to Choose Your Exterior Home Color


Did you know that Rhino Shield has over 1500 colors? Choosing a color for the exterior is a big decision so here are a few steps to helping you select the best color for you. After all, with Rhino Shield it lasts 25 years! Step 1 - Check with your Home Owners Association Check with your HOA to see their guidelines on acceptable exterior home colors for your … [Read more...]