Commercial Painting Expert Serving Business Owners in Danbury, CT
Chipped and peeling paint can leave a poor impression on customers, so it’s important to keep your business’s exterior well maintained. However, most commercial painting products are bound to crack and peel within just a few years, which can lead to costly upkeep. For a better solution, turn to Rhino Shield of New England. We offer ceramic elastomeric wall coatings, which are five times stronger than regular paint and can provide decades of like-new beauty—compare that to the three to five years most exterior paint is expected to last. We’re confident our coatings are the best choice for your business, and we back them with a 25-year warranty.
Our Wall Coatings Will Benefit Your Business
Our ceramic elastomeric wall coatings offer many benefits that make them a great choice for your commercial painting project. They are:
Incredibly Durable & Long Lasting
Eight to ten times thicker than regular paint and flexible enough to withstand temperature fluctuations, our coatings will give your building a protective layer that stands strong against the elements. We also take extra care during the preparation process for commercial painting projects to ensure maximum durability and a flawless final result.
One of our coatings will take your business’s curb appeal to the next level, helping it stand out from the crowd and leaving a lasting impression on passersby. Our coatings can be applied to almost any surface and we offer virtually every color imaginable. If you want to keep your business’s look consistent, we can match an existing paint color.
The coatings that we offer have the added benefit of being energy efficient. They reflect UV rays to help keep your building comfortable and your energy bills low.
Invest in the best for your business by choosing our high-quality coatings for your commercial painting project. To learn more about our services and what sets us apart from other commercial painting contractors in the Danbury, CT, area, contact Rhino Shield of New England today.