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: Can Rhino Shield be applied to historic homes?
A: Yes. Rhino Shield restores and beautifies old wood.
Q: Is Rhino Shield safe for the environment?
A: Yes. Rhino Shield is a green, eco-friendly product. Rhino Shield is non-toxic, low odor and safe for skin contact.
Q: How much does Rhino Shield cost?
A: The price varies due to your home and business’ particular needs including amount of preparation required and size of the project. To request a quote, please contact us to schedule a free estimate.
Q: Is Rhino Shield expensive?
A: Rhino Shield is typically more expensive than a traditional paint job. This is mostly due to Rhino Shield providing an 8 to 10 times thicker coating than paint and typically spending much more time on home preparation. However, by eliminating the repainting cycle, a customer actually saves considerable money over time.
Q: How thick is the Rhino Shield product?
A: Six to ten times thicker than regular paint.
Q: Can Rhino Shield be tinted to any color?
A: Rhino-Shield can be tinted to standard colors or custom tinting is available.
Q: Does this product breathe?
A: Yes. This product is totally gas permeable and allows water vapor to escape.
Q: Will my Homeowner’s Association approve Rhino Shield?
A: If your Homeowner’s Association will approve paint, they will approve Rhino Shield.
Q: Will you replace rotten wood on my home?
A: Yes. It is very important that Rhino Shield be applied to acceptable wood. We will repair or patch wood if possible but never to the point where we feel it will cause the system to fail over time. If we determine any wood must be replaced, we will highlight problem areas needing replacement and provide a quote for wood replacement.