Coronado Premium Paints has been recommended by painters and householders alike for over 50 years. There are many colors to choose from, along with a variety of finishes that make Coronado Paints a popular choice. Read on to get an overview from Ricciardi Brothers on all the offerings available for Coronado paint in the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware area.
Tough Walls is known for its washability, stain resistance, and quality hide. Additionally, this brand is designed for rooms with heavy foot-traffic and is Interior paint. Below are six of our signature finishes: Acrylic Paint & Primer- Ultra Flat, Acrylic Paint & Primer-Flat, Acrylic Paint & Primer-Eggshell, Acrylic Paint & Primer-Satin, Acrylic Paint & Primer-Semi-gloss, and Alkyd Semi-gloss. It’s available colors are White, Pastel Base, and Tint Base.
Super Kote 5000 Interior Paint
Super Kote 5000 Interior Paint has many advantages such as low splatter and smooth leveling. This paint’s target is for commercial projects and is handy. Colors are available in White, Black, and Brite White. Additionally, Super Kote 5000 Interior Paint is available in five finishes which are Flat, Low-Sheen Eggshell, Eggshell, Satin, and Semi-gloss.
Withstanding frequent cleanings and drying to a smooth finish are two benefits of choosing Coronado Grand. These two reasons allow Coronado Grand to be a spectacular choice. Furthermore, the three available finishes to choose from are Matte, Eggshell, and Semi-gloss.
Super Kote 5000 Acrylic Latex Primer
Selecting this primer is great for oil-based or even latex finishes since it is foolproof and dries quickly. Additionally, this primer has an excellent holdout.
Super Kote 5000 Zero
Super Kote 5000 Zero’s specialty is to conform to strict VOC guidelines. Also, two of Super Kote 5000 Zero’s advantages are seamless touch-ups and easy application. All of these benefits make this interior paint a great choice.
Super Kote 3000
Super Kote 3000 is best suited for rental properties and also construction projects. Furthermore, Flat, Eggshell, and Semi-gloss are the three available finishes that are well suited for touch ups and excellent hide.
Super Kote 5000 Waterborne Acrylic Alkyd
Whether it is withstanding repeated washing or exceptional flow and leveling, you can count on Super Kote 5000 Waterborne Acrylic Alkyd to finish the job. There are also two finishes to choose from which are Satin and Semi-Gloss.
Super Kote 3000 Interior Primer
This primer is best suited for jobs that require high-productivity. It’s quick-drying and quality hide give this primer a solid recommendation.
Cryli Cote 100% Acrylic Exterior
Cryli Cote 100% Acrylic Exterior is available in three finishes which are Flat, Satin, and Semi-Gloss. It also has excellent adhesion and protects against cracking and peeling.
Super Kote 5000 Exterior
Super Kote 5000 Exterior dries dust- and bug-free in thirty minutes, along with color retention. The choices for finishes are Flat, Satin, and Semi-Gloss. Additionally, Super Kote 5000 Exterior provides outstanding protection against weathering.
Rust Scat Polyurethane Enamels is a great selection because it prevents rust and its application is simple. Furthermore, Rust Scat has strong adhesion and outstanding wetting properties. It comes in three finishes which are Gloss, Semi-Gloss, and Satin. There are also two Primers which are Alkyd Metal and Waterborne Acrylic Primer. Lastly, there is Waterborne Acrylic Enamel which has Gloss and Semi-Gloss finishes available.
The Masonry Coatings consist of Production Block Filler, Waterproofer, water-repellant, sealer, and Elastomeric Coating which are all flat finishes.
Super Kote 5000 Production Block Filler
- Creates a smooth uniform surface
- Constructed for minimal tip clogging
Texcrete WB Acrylic Masonry Waterproofer Medium, Sand, and Smooth Finish
- Mildew resistant coating
- Breathable, high-build film
- Protection against rain, UV light, and acid rain
Texcrete Silicone Water Repellent
- Alkali resistant
Elastite 100% Acrylic Masonry Sealer
- Resists dirt pickup
- Great chalk binding sealer
Elastite 10 Mil 100%, 20 Mil 100%, and Super Stretch 20 Mil 100% Acrylic Elastomeric Coating
- Flexible Waterproofing Membrane
- 200% Elongation rating
- 300% Elongation rating
Maxum Stains and Primer
Maxum Stains and Primer is best used for exterior wood surfaces and also has a coating that resists mildew. There are Sliding and Deck Stains, along with a Deck and Sliding Primer. Benefits include an easy soap and water cleanup and cracking and chalking resistance.
Ceiling white, flat interior paint, and multipurpose latex primer compose the Specialty Coatings.
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Coronado Premium Paints offers a wide variety of paint options to choose from, and Ricciardi Brothers can help you find the right one for your needs. Contact us with any questions, or plan to visit a paint store near you. Don’t want to hit up the store? Explore the e-commerce shop and arrange in-store pickup or delivery of any Benjamin Moore paint!
Do you want to refresh your home’s exterior paint, but don’t have the time or money to schedule a professional painter to do it? Don’t worry – exterior painting is actually something you can do all by yourself! DIY’ing your home’s new look isn’t as hard as it sounds. With these useful tips by Ricciardi Brothers, you can give your home’s exterior an updated fresh coat of paint that looks as clean and neat as if a professional had done it!
Choose Quality Paint and Tools
Your home’s exterior appearance is arguably the first thing that will catch the attention of your guests and passersby. It’s not something you should skimp out on when redesigning. Choose the best exterior paint you can find for your vision, along with high-quality paint supplies and tools. The actual paint shouldn’t be something you DIY – always buy paint from a reputable industry brand to ensure your exterior paint job will last a long time, and most importantly, look good.
Schedule Your Paint Job Ahead of Time
In addition to carefully selecting your painting supplies, choose the day you’ll be painting your house ahead of time. We know that sometimes Mother Nature gets in the way but try and choose a dry sunny day with low humidity. Bright and dry weather is the perfect condition for painting. Exterior paint will not stick to your exterior walls if they’re wet from the rain or sweating from the humidity!
Prep Your Exteriors Carefully
Painters often say that 90% of a good paint job comes from the prep work beforehand. Paint will not apply smoothly or last on surfaces if they’re rough and not properly cleaned. Pressure wash your house and trim any chippings, peeling, or mildew. Depending on your house’s exterior finish (for example, houses with a stucco exterior), you may have to wait up to a month after prepping your house to paint. Lastly, cover your doors, windows, and painting ground with a tarp or plastic to protect them from splatters while painting.
Prime and Seal Your Exterior Before Painting
The paint will not last if your exterior isn’t properly primed. Your exterior needs a specific primer based on what finish it has, and there are different drying times for each kind. Whatever your exterior needs, make sure to primer every inch of your house and let it dry before painting – this will lead to the best results.
Paint Top to Bottom and Side to Face
For a clean finished look, you have to paint in sections. Start painting from the top of your house in order to control streaks and drips. Paint all of the inner corners and around the trim before moving downwards. If you have shingles or clapboard exteriors, paint the bottom sides of the ‘lip’ first before moving upwards to paint the face. After you’ve finished painting, make sure to let it completely dry before applying a second coat.
Work with Quality Paint and Painters at Ricciardi Brothers
With these expert tips, you’ll be looking with pride at a quality exterior paint job you executed all by yourself! If you want more preparation, consult with a painting specialist at Ricciardi Brothers. Our experienced team of interior and exterior designers can help you ensure that your finishing touch is the right touch. Visit one of our New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware locations for all of your painting and designing needs, or contact us today to find out how we can help you paint your home!
When it comes time to repaint your home, choosing an exterior paint scheme can seem extremely intimidating. Even though everyone has different tastes when it comes to the look that they want their home to have, the look should reflect you. There are quite a few tips that you should keep in mind when looking to paint the outside of your home, as well as a number of style options that will shape your painting project. Read on to learn more about choosing the best exterior paint and what colors might be best suited for you!
Paint Choice Tips
Draw Inspiration From Permanent Materials
Every home has elements that are difficult or impossible to change. Brick or stone foundations, patios and accents cannot be changed, but actually, make it easier to choose a color. This is possible because you will want something that works well with any, and all, existing color schemes surrounding your home. You can choose colors that complement the ones you already have, or if you really want to mix it up, try experimenting with contrasting opposites. For example, if you have a classic red brick foundation, play around with how a cooler color might look for the exterior of your house.
Test Your Colors
So much thought goes into choosing paint, but not all of the decision-making process should be done directly in a store. You must look at your color options at home as well. Go outside and test different angles at different times of the day. This will help determine which colors look best in the sun and the shade. Try buying samples and paint small areas of your house to see what colors truly look best once it’s out of the can.
Consider the Visual Effect You Want
Take some time to think about the type of look you want your home to have. Do you want it to blend well with the landscapes around it and look similar to the other homes on your street, or do you want it to catch someone’s attention? The right exterior paint scheme emphasizes the best features of your home, so make sure you put some thought into what kind of impression you want it to give off.
Bright and Bold
For those who want their home to stand out, bold exterior paints are a clear 2018 trend. People are often nervous about choosing a color that is outside of their comfort zone, but once your house is painted, it will be the most interesting home on the block! Reds and yellows are two bright and popular options, but a color can be bold without being bright. Navy is one such color and is definitely among the newer and more up-and-coming exterior house painting trends.
Neutral colors are an extremely common choice among those who are repainting their homes. Colors like these (such as shades in the beige and grey families) are popular because they are warm and tend to easily complement the fixed elements already present on a home, such as brick and stone. Neutrals are also a favored choice for people who are thinking of selling their house within the next few years. This is a safe option that is sure to please.
Don’t Miss the Ricciardi Brothers Fourth of July Special
Once you find the perfect shade, all of your hard work will be well worth it in the end! Take advantage of the beautiful weather and refresh the exterior of your home with Benjamin Moore Regal Select Exterior Paint formulated with a durable finish that resists fading, cracking and peeling so your home’s exterior looks freshly painted for years to come. To entice you even more, Ricciardi Brothers is excited to announce our Fourth of July promotion to help you and your wallet with your summer project. From June 21st to July 15th, customers can save up to $35, with $7 off per gallon on up to 5 gallons of all premium Benjamin Moore paint and stain. Contact Ricciardi Brothers today to learn more about the special and other promotions, and stop in at a paint store location near you. We look forward to working with you and getting you started on your exterior painting project!