Lead Paint Removal in New Orleans
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Lead Paint Removal Company in the Gulf Coast Region
The lead paint found on the Gulf Coast’s exteriors can be dangerous, especially the older a property is. Homes built before 1978 are more at risk from lead paint and should always be tested. If you suspect lead paint on your home’s exterior, our team at RhinoShield MidSouth will check and provide any necessary removal. Our painting contractors are certified by the EPA to detect and handle any lead from your home. We provide professional lead paint removal that helps protect you and your property.
Safe Lead Paint Removal on the Gulf Coast
Exposure to lead-based paint may lead to headaches and stomach aches, irritability, tiredness, and in severe cases, high blood pressure and kidney damage. Because of the toxicity of lead, it’s important to have our experienced contractors remove any traces found on your property. Following the EPA’s guidelines for lead paint removal, our contractors cautiously clear your exterior until it is safe for you and your family.
The Gulf Coast’s Solution to Exterior Lead Paint
If you want protection from lead paint without the complete removal, our innovative paint coating works to trap the dangerous chemicals and prevents lead from causing harm. RhinoShield acts as a seal, encapsulating lead paint from being inhaled by people and animals. This method also stops lead from contaminating other parts of your property. With a 25-year warranty, you’ll be protected for some time to come. RhinoShield is also EPA-certified lead-safe and non-toxic, so its lasting coverage keeps you safe without any risks.
Above Other Lead Paint Removal Companies
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Ideally suited to meet the challenges of the Gulf Coast and MidSouth climate, RhinoShield is impervious to water penetration, an essential performance parameter in humid and moist climates. This advanced commercial-grade coating also allows the underlying building surface to breathe, helping to prevent decay and the growth of mold and mildew. And because our coatings stay much cooler than every other exterior coating solution, heat buildup is greatly reduced, which means less expansion and contraction stress, too.
RhinoShield colors resist fading in the merciless summer sun and our next-gen exterior coating resists pitting and chipping better than ordinary house paints.
RhinoShield Painters Near Me
Rhino Shield Mid South’s service area consists of the following locations and everywhere in between:
- Baton Rouge
- Lake Charles
- New Orleans
- Bay St. Louis
Our Frequently Asked Questions
Our customers have plenty of questions about our products, so we frequently compile the top inquiries. From features to availability and beyond—we’ve got answers!
RhinoShield ceramic coating is a durable, flexible maintenance-free wall coating system with micro-ceramic particles that extend the life of the coating for many years. The high build formula helps to seal out water, insulates, reduces the sun’s harmful UVA rays, and resists salt and mildew growth.
RhinoShield has always been a green, eco-friendly product. From the beginning, our ceramic coating was designed to be non-toxic, low odor, and safe for skin contact.
The RhinoShield coating systems are some of the most tested and certified coatings in the market. Continual research and development combined with independent ASTM testing have been the cornerstone of the coating since its development. Laboratories such as BASF, UL, Atlas Labs, and others verify and quantify many benefits and performance numbers.
The best job is built on a solid and safe foundation. Yes, our installers are EPA certified to remove or encapsulate harmful lead paint while protecting your home and yard against lead contamination.
RhinoShield has a Class ‘A’ fire and smoke rating. In some areas of the country prone to wildfires, buildings with a Class ‘A’ fire rating may qualify for a discount on their homeowner’s insurance.
Yes! We’re often called upon by historic commissions to protect famous historic homes or buildings. Please see our gallery of historic work. We appreciate the unique aspects of historic buildings including handling delicate exteriors substrates, maintaining surface texture integrity, and ensuring a breathable coating solution for older materials.