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Exterior Paint – Protecting Buildings Since Who Knows When!

on December 12, 2013

Old is gold, right? Well, not always. Take for example, a building. The older it gets, the worse it is likely to look. Maybe not – just a coat of exterior paint and the building might just look as beautiful as ever. Simple, isn’t it? It is, provided high quality paint is used.

The million dollar question – What’s high quality and what’s not?

See, it’s simple – an exterior paint that protects the surface of a building from fading, temperature changes and moisture is high quality paint and one that doesn’t, well, you know it.

An equally important question – What kind of paint is best suited for a building?

It depends on:

  • What kind of building is to be painted
  • What kind of results are expected 

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Unless it’s the White House you are talking about, let’s discuss two of the common options, ones that are easily available.Another question (okay, the last one!) – Is exterior paint good enough?

Well, for the outer surface it is – but, in case of other problems, say, the ones caused by water ingression, waterproofing solutions may work best. Likewise, if it’s about the walls, thankfully, they have their own knight in shining armour – render coatings, which help tackle damp penetration, peeling masonry paint and a lot more. learn more on waterproofing solutions at http://www.astecpaints.com.au/waterproofing.html

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