The first impression is extremely significant and this also applies to our home. Thus, attention to the facade should be a concern in finishing operations.
It is not only about selecting the appropriate plaster, but as well the shade. It is worth considering the choice of paints, and the market offer is really abundant.
Facade paints apllied externally make the structure look pretty and as well have protective capacities for the façade. The issUEs pertinent to color are clearly one of the main factors of choice, but one cannot forget about the basic parameters determining the durability of the product and its resistance to adverse climate circumstances. Ideal paints employed on the outside should be distinguished by great coverage of the substrate, high resistance to mechanical damage and washing, as well as color retention for long years. Aesthetics and durability of effects are vital, so one cannot forget that a specific type of substrate requests an appropriate paint. Old buildings usually have cement or cement-lime plasters. New homes usually have thin-coat plasters, which at the same time constitute an insulation (thermal insulation) solution, such as silicone or acrylic. Facade paints are usually sold as complete products. They may be applied with a brush or roller, and the most rapid and as well the most economical method is the spray method. The wall to be covered must be strong and solid.
Every now and then it is needed to totally remove the old paint and the easiest way to accomplish it is by the method of sandblasting. It is preferred to confide this operation to a expert firm so as not to destroy other details of the house.