When we say “never paint your house again,” we mean it. The value in Rhino Shield lies in its durability. Not only will Rhino Shield outlast regular paint by decades, but it will protect your home or building from the harsh Florida elements in the process.
While evaluating the cost of Rhino Shield, it is important to fully understand how it differs from traditional paint. It is in these differences where the cost savings lies. Choosing Rhino Shield means choosing to protect your investment and ensure you won’t need to paint it again for many years to come.
HOW MUCH DOES RHINO SHIELD COST?
As with any exterior painting job, the cost of Rhino Shield depends on many factors, including:
Because our product isn’t average, neither is our process. We only use professional installers who have up to 30+ years experience in the industry and are specifically trained and certified in applying Rhino Shield. Our process includes thorough cleaning, repairing any issues, scraping away any loose paint or debris, caulking all surface cracks and seams, masking areas not to be painted, priming, detailed application, and finally a thorough clean up.
To learn more about the cost of Rhino Shield for your home, simply contact us and a member of our team will be happy to come out and give you a free estimate. During our initial consultation, we will do a thorough inspection of your home to ensure the quote we give you is accurate and there will be no surprises.
THE COST OF RHINO SHIELD VS. PAINT
Rhino Shield costs more than traditional paint upfront, but it will save you money (and time!) in the long run. Our patented formula ensures our products last longer and require far less maintenance than regular paint.
While Rhino Shield looks like paint, it is not paint. Rhino Shield is a technologically advanced elastomeric ceramic coating system. Our patented formula contains ceramic microspheres which add durability and insulation that traditional paint simply can’t provide.
Below are just some of the ways in which Rhino Shield is superior to traditional paint:
- Won’t crack, chip, or peel.
- Prevents mold, mildew, algae.
- Protects against wind-driven rain.
- UV resistant.
- Resists salt-air corrosion.
- High wind tolerance.
- Class ‘A’ fire rating.
Because of these attributes, Rhino Shield will last for 25+ years without needing to be redone or retouched. Traditional latex paint, on the other hand, is subject to cracking, chipping, and fading, causing homeowners and businesses to repaint every 5-7 years.
TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP
RHINO SHIELD VS. LATEX PAINT
Rhino Shield is LESS than the cumulative costs of repainting!
For a 2,000 square foot home – The cumulative costs of repainting your home with REGULAR paint over the next 15-18 years will range between $19,000-$30,000 depending on the quality of painter you choose.