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Keeping the exterior of your home in its maximum condition can be challenging. Regular paint, although affordable, can only work for a short period of time. Many homeowners find themselves repainting their living space every three years. This could actually mean more investment for the upkeep of their exterior walls. Mid South Coatings, your premier exterior coating company, shares how exterior wall coatings work and how they can benefit you in the long run.

Installation Process

Exterior wall coatings, unlike classic paint, can preserve and protect your home. They are an excellent choice to upgrade the walls of your property while adding an attractive finish. These decorative treatments are also permanent; they can last for years without tedious maintenance.

Mid South Coatings offers TEX-COTE® COOLWALL® exterior coating, a lasting alternative to paint. This innovative product follows a strict 10-step installation process, involving initial inspection, trenching, pressure wash, repair, masking, smooth primer application, second inspection, TEX-COTE COOLWALL supercoat, TRIM-COAT®, and cleaning.

TEX-COTE is 10 times thicker than paint, which makes it resistant to water penetration. By allowing the underlying structure to breathe, it prevents building decay while impeding mold and mildew growth. It also stop crack and tear escalation caused by constant expansion and contraction.

Energy Savings

TEX-COTE COOLWALL is formulated using modern reflective colorations that avert heat from the exterior of your home. It can block harsh UV rays and lessen wall exterior surface temperature by almost 40°F, which will noticeably reduce your cooling cost by up to 21.9%.

At Mid South Coatings, we value our client’s investment in our exterior coating products. TEX-COTE protects all kinds and sizes of structures, from home to office buildings. The advanced technology behind TEX-COTE guarantees that you will never have to repaint again. Call us at (855) 987-3887 to learn more. We serve surrounding areas in New Orleans, Covington, and Baton Rouge, LA.