Environmentally Friendly Painting Tips to Spruce Up Your Home
Posted by Redfin on 8/2/2022 to Roof Coating
Eco-friendly paint is one way to update your home’s interior or exterior with the environment in mind. These paints can be low-VOC, no-VOC, or natural, meaning that they are sustainable options for painting your house. There are many things to consider when updating your home and making it more environmentally friendly, but painting is one easy way to begin. So whether you’re renovating your home or your rental property in Los Angeles, CA, there are a few tips to keep in mind.
To help you get started Redfin asked us for our best environmentally friendly painting tips to spruce up your home. Find out what we had to say.
Trojan Masonry & Concrete Sealer
Anything applied only to the surface of the masonry/concrete must eventually come off due to aeration and deterioration. Trojan, because of its deep penetrating ability, cannot deteriorate or aerate; instead, it cures, waterproofs and seals both masonry and concrete permanently.
Any asphalt, tile, linoleum or paint will better adhere to the masonry/concrete after treatment of Trojan Masonry & Concrete Sealer. Due to the alkali being encapsulated and the masonry waterproofed, Trojan will help prevent the alkali and limes from attacking the adhesives that are used to secure the tile/linoleum.
Our Efflorescence Remover effectively removes the calcium/lime build-up without damaging the integrity of the surface it is cleaning unlike more harmful cleaners such as muriatic acid.
Efflorescence Remover is an environmentally safe, non-toxic alternative that will not harm plants or animals and does not discharge any offensive odor, making it the ideal cleaner for application in public areas.
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How to Protect our Concrete Bridges from Deterioration
The American Society of Civil Engineers' Report Card grades America's Infrastructure maintenance initiative a D+. The organization estimates that $3.6 trillion would be needed to invest in the U.S. infrastructure by 2020 just to bring the country's support systems to an acceptable B grade.
Faced with the problem that most county and state governments do not have the finances to repair all of their roads and bridges, some local governments are looking for alternative and less expensive solutions to protecting their existing concrete surfaces.
When our parent company formed in 1993, we like many manufacturer's, produced topical coatings. But after many expensive reapplication costs, we innovated and came up with Trojan Masonry & Concrete Sealer. Topical coating systems eventually wear away and the consumer is forced to reapply, thus becoming caught in a costly maintenance cycle.
In 2011, the Tippecanoe County Highway Department began looking for a product to help preserve its concrete bridges. It still stands and looks great with Trojan Masonry & Concrete Sealer.
Waterproofing Porous Stone Veneer
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Concrete Garden Statues - One Step Stain and Seal using Trojan Color Sealer
Historic Preservation using Trojan Masonry & Concrete Sealer
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Trojan Color Sealer on Interior Commercial Floor
Cleaning Black Mildew from a Pool Deck
Graffiti Removal using Erase Cleaner
Sealing Concrete Countertops
Acid Stained Concrete
Why do acid stain professionals use Trojan Masonry & Concrete Sealer?
A Penetrating Sealer for your Driveway will Protect it from Erosion
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