Q: Can Rhino Shield be used on decks?
A: We can do the railings and posts but not the flooring. Rhino Shield is too pliable to be applied to a walkable surface.
Q: Can Rhino Shield be used on fencing?
A: Yes, Rhino Shield can be applied to fences. We can not warranty fence applications however.
Q: What surface can Rhino Shield be applied over?
A: Rhino-Shield coating is designed for most any surface and solves associated problems. The ceramic wall coating goes over all wood substrates, masonite, brick, stone, cement, cement block, stucco and many others.
Q: Will my wood grain still be visible after Rhino Shield is applied?
A: The Rhino-Shield product does not affect wood grains and textures.
Is there a project minimum?
A: Yes. There is a $7,500 minimum on all Rhino Shield projects.
Q: Can I buy the Rhino Shield product and apply it myself?
A: No. The product is sold and installed by Rhino Shield Dealers only.
Q: Is the warranty transferable?
A: The warranty is transferable to a new homeowner one time.
Q: Will my Homeowner’s Association approve Rhino Shield?
A: If your Homeowner’s Association will approve paint, they will approve Rhino Shield.
Q: How does Rhino Shield coating compare to vinyl siding?
A: Rhino Shield is usually about the same price or a little less than vinyl siding. One main difference is the consumer keeps the natural look of the home’s exterior.
Q: Does this product breathe?
A: Yes. This product is totally gas permeable and allows water vapor to escape.
Q: Can Rhino Shield be tinted to any color?
A: Rhino-Shield can be tinted to standard colors or custom tinting is available.
Q: How thick is the Rhino Shield product?
A: Six to ten times thicker than regular paint.
Excellent workmanship from start to finish. Timely, professional and the crew was great to work with.
They were here the day they promised work would start. Jose and his team worked non-stop for four days to replace wood, fill woodpecker holes, caulk around windows and paint the house. They power washed the house, covered windows and everything that was not to be painted before they started. Afterwards they cleaned up my… Read more “Pamela S.”