Meeting the Exterior Coating Needs of the Entire Gulf Coast Region
Mid-South Coatings is the most trusted exterior coating company from Covington LA to Pascagoula MS. No other company delivers a lifetime protection guarantee! Our TEX-COTE® COOLWALL® exterior coating system not only delivers performance that is far superior to paint, it also help reduce energy usage by keeping exterior walls up to 40 degrees (F) cooler.*
- New Orleans
- Baton Rouge
- Covington, LA
- Hattiesburg, Miss.
- Picayune, Miss.
- Houma, LA
- Morgan City, LA
- Thibodeaux, LA
- Grand Isle, LA
- LaPlace, LA
The challenging Gulf Coast weather presents a particular problem to a building’s exterior envelope. Hot, humid summers can crack and peel traditional paint, and fosters the growth of damaging algae. Hurricanes and slashing storms can batter a home or business, pitting and chipping paint. And relentless sun can fade colors to a dull hue.
All of these problems can be solved with Mid-South Coatings’ TEX-COTE® COOLWALL® technology. Special pigments embedded in our coating provide superior protection against weathering and also reflect UV rays to keep walls cooler. You’ll spend less money on air conditioning costs, and NO money on scraping and painting every few years.
Whether you are looking for a residential exterior painting contractor or an expert on commercial coating, Mid-South Coatings should be your first choice in New Orleans, LA, Biloxi, MS, and the nearby areas.
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Call for a FREE Estimate from the Top Coating Company in Covington, LA
Call Mid-South Coatings today at (504) 662-1616 or complete our convenient online request form to schedule a free, no obligation estimate on protecting your residential or commercial property from the only exterior painting contractor in New Orleans LA who offers the TEX-COTE® COOLWALL® system.
* Percentage of savings are based on the DOE study which showed savings ranging from 4.2-21.9%. Percentage of cooling costs and surface temperature reductions will vary based on color chosen, geographical location, climate condition, and substrate type. In some climates, there may be a heating penalty. See DOE supporting data for more information.