Superior Mold Resistant Paint

Written by Roxanne Ecklund on June 3, 2014

Along with April showers and May flowers come mold and mildew.

These two are commonly found on exterior wall surfaces, particularly on shady corners and in the nooks and crannies of stucco. They enjoy growing on darkened, moist surfaces.

Mold is fuzzy. Mildew grows flat. Both come in green, black, yellow and white varieties. They can easily become airborne and inhaled, causing allergic and toxic symptoms.

That’s where we come in. Our Rhino Shield ceramic coating is mold resistant paint that combats your home’s exterior – as well as interior –  walls. Our ceramic coating system starts with removal of any current surface contaminants. Then we apply a thick coating of Adhesive Primer Sealer, which is a mold resistant paint that includes mildewcides and algaecides. This paint creates a thick, tight waterproof barrier that locks out water that would fuel future contamination. Yet, our coatings are permeable enough to allow condensation from inside the home to escape, so you won’t have indoor moisture problems.

Our second elastomeric ceramic coating (which comes in 1500 colors) seals and protects against future paint breakdown. We back that up with a 25 year guarantee. Tiny, slippery ceramic beads keep mold and mildew from forming on your new house coating.

The Rhino Shield system was developed in tropical Florida, so you know our mold resistant paint has been tried and thoroughly tested in some extremes of weather.

There are plenty of rainy nights in Georgia. Days, too. To protect your home or property investment with superior mold resistant paint, just call us at 678-205-4500 or use our easy online contact form to ask questions or to schedule your FREE onsite estimate.