Overtime, Rhino Shield will save you time and money, proving to be a valuable and long term investment to protect your property!
Let’s look at a scenerio based on a post-1980 two-story wood-sided home including pressure cleaning, sealing, caulking, priming, one coat stain or acrylic latex paint. Depending on the quality of paint used and the area of the country and the weather it has, paint cycles may be shorter or longer. The actual cost to repaint your home may be different but it’s been stated that the average cost to repaint a two-story, wood-sided home is $8,366.00 (reported by SmartMoney.com © 2004).
Based on this calculation a typical 3000 sq ft home can save more than $15,000 in the next 25 years!
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Finally a system that provides a comprehensive solution to painting your home: The Rhino Shield Ceramic Paint Coating System.
The Rhino Shield™ Ceramic Paint Coating System can provide your home or office with an exterior coating that retains the elegance of fresh paint and adds the durability of fiber cement or vinyl siding. Rhino Shield offers a product that combines superior quality with unparelled longevity. Rhino Shield Ceramic Paint Coating provided creates unique benefits for you home including:
- High specification insulation
- Unique soundproofing qualities
The Rhino Shield application process has proven to protect your property against the harshest weather while improving the overall energy efficiency.
Ceramic Microspheres were invented in the early 1960s as an outgrowth from the manufacture of solid ceramic beads. Because the micro spheres are made from ceramics, they provide the additional benefits of high heat and chemical resistance. The central air pocket in the micro spheres provides an insulating barrier for your walls much like a thermos bottle does. This insulating, industrial maintenance-free coating is long lasting, offering superior mildew resistance, corrosion resistance, and ultra-violet ray reflectivity. Rhino Shield’s Ceramics incorporate different sized microspheres as fillers. Conventional paints utilize inexpensive mineral products as fillers that are irregular in shape and size. These irregularly-shaped fillers don’t pack nearly as well as a mix of small and large microspheres. (The smaller spheres pack more tightly into the spaces between the larger spheres.) The more densely the coating is packed with microspheres, the less permeable it is to stains and the thicker it is when dry.
Adding ceramic microspheres and high quality Titanium Dioxide to our top grade 100% acrylic elastomeric resins makes Rhino Shield reflect more light and heat, repel water better, and is more durable than any other coating on the market. Ongoing testing and constant improvements ensure that Rhino Shield will remain the absolute best exterior paint coating for your home. For a complete look at the science of Rhino Shield Ceramic Paint Coatings, please call today and speak to one of our experienced representatives.
At Rhino Shield, designing and testing is an ongoing process. We are very proud of our testing results and believe the tests support our position as the ceramic coating leaders. Independent testing confirms our performance claims, and offers assurance to our customers that Rhino Shield will perform on their home. Please note that as independent companies, they do not endorse products; and perform tests without allegiance or bias.
BASF is one of the largest and most respected chemical companies in the world. They are recognized by the slogan “We don’t make a lot of the product you buy, we make a lot of the products you buy better”. BASF has performed several rounds of testing on Rhino Shield. As you can see, Rhino-Shield excels at flexibility, tear resistance, tensile strength, and breath-ability, and viscosity. Additionally BASF perform an accelerated aging test. At the end of the test Rhino-Shield showed no visible signs of aging and was still an elastomeric product. Click here for details.
Rhino Shield is the most salt tolerant coating on the market. This is vital in coastal areas. As the testing shows, we are in the top category of salt tolerance and even outperformed the industry standard, Rustoleum. Click here for details.
The solid materials used in Rhino Shield, including ceramic spheres, offer lower thermo-conductivity than the fillers used in traditional paint (CaCo3).
Fire & Smoke Rating
Rhino Shield has a class A fire and smoke rating. In some areas of the country prone to wildfires, buildings with a class A fire rating may qualify for a discount on their homeowners insurance. Click here for details.