Nearly all of your homes exterior surfaces are coated, painted or sealed with a protective coating and for good reasons. The run and rain play havoc on your exterior. The easiest way to prevent cracks and gaps and unnecessary repairs is to keep a solid coat of paint or sealer on whatever surfaces you need protected
Nick likes Sherwin Williams Duration with the 25yr warranty.
Two coats plus any necessary primer.
5 star painting service
Renew an old deck or getting ready to sell? New color?
Fences need protection also. A good oil based sealer is sure to last. Ask Nick which is best for your project at hand.
These metal railings are often best with an oil based paint product but it depends what you have . You see this particular railing is from the 70s and wasn't properly maintained, the bottom railing is rusted bad.
Knock the years off with a fresh coat of varnish! This particular door took a full 4 days and was a privilege to work on. It will last the home owner many more seasons. How beautiful is that glass?
There are many potential reasons..
Should be sealed to protect the color from chipping and fading as well as from end to end cracking and splitting edges especially during cold months.
Stones and Bricks
Especially ones around garden beds or walkways can be sealed to protect them from mold growth. A non slip additive can be added to walkways to make them non slip.
Pool Decks Sealing
Typically a clear layer but can be colored or white, grey etc. Sharkgrip is a popular product. It's a course texture added into the paint to give it a non slip cpating. Perfect non slip coating for a spring season of sitting around the pool.
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