ATLANTA, GA, April 18, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Stucco is an incredibly special material that needs special care throughout its lifetime. Part of that special care, according to The Painting Penguin, is using stucco-specific paint whenever you want to refresh its color.
Unlike most exterior paints, acrylic-based stucco paints are actually designed to protect stucco without it losing any of its breathability. This breathability keeps stucco from cracking, splitting and peeling, which is why it is so essential to use stucco-specific paint. Stucco paint also is designed for easy use on stucco's naturally rough texture.
The Atlanta stucco repair
specialists at The Painting Penguin note that the process of cleaning and painting stucco should be left to the professionals. Improper cleaning can create damage or worsen existing issues in the stucco, and painting over damaged stucco can exacerbate the problem.
"We strongly recommend having our professional stucco repair and painting team handle preparing and painting your stuccoed exterior," says Stephen Popov, Managing Partner of The Painting Penguin. "They are trained to spot and address existing and potential issues in your stucco before they begin painting. Your home will look brand new when you trust it to The Painting Penguin."
Stucco paint also has its uses indoors, both for covering interior stucco and for creating dimension on your walls. One painting technique the Atlanta painting contractors
at The Painting Penguin have popularized is the careful application of stucco paint to create a faux stucco finish on structures and walls within your home.
Learn more about stucco paint and its uses at http://www.thepaintingpenguin.com
.About The Painting Penguin:
The Painting Penguin is a full-service residential and commercial painting company based in Atlanta, Ga. Their service offerings include interior and exterior painting, pressure washing and staining. They pride themselves on prompt, professional service and uniformed, insured employees who are the best at what they do.
For more information, please visit www.thepaintingpenguin.com