How To Prepare for External Ceramic Coating

Written by Roxanne Ecklund on December 5, 2014

It would be nice if home exteriors could simply be painted over like interior walls, but that’s not the case. The outside walls take a beating from high winds, rain, broiling sun, snow and ice, hail, mold and mildew, plus the occasional accident to trim, gutters or garage doors.

Results are broken or warped boards, microbial infestation, rot, peeling and chipping and other unsightly damage. At Georgia Coatings, we know that a beautiful outcome first depends on a perfect foundation. Our highly experienced team of technicians pamper your home to perfection before ever applying the coating.

The first step is a high pressure power wash to remove dirt and loose paint. Then the walls are carefully inspected to look for weak spots. Boards are replaced. Holes, dents and seams around windows and doors are filled in with caulking. Next, the old paint is scraped off to provide perfect adhesion for the sealer primer coating to come. Masking tape is put around the painting areas, and then the primer is applied. Once dry, a second application, this time with Rhino Shield ceramic coating in your choice of 1,500 colors goes on. Voila! Your home has become a beautiful masterpiece. And it comes with a 25 year warranty.Call us today at 877-678-2054 for your FREE estimate.