Our Liqua-Wrap™ paint for stucco wraps your home in a breathable, waterproof seal.
Our elastomeric coating wraps your home in a stain-blocking, waterproof seal that repels water and fights the formation of mold and mildew to keep your stucco looking fresh, season after season. Because our coating is strategically optimized for spray application, we can achieve a thick, sag-free, high-build finish in just one cost-effective coat.
Think of our thick coating as liquid stucco.
Our high-build coating is up to 15 times thicker than premium latex paint. This gives our coating the unique ability to fill, bridge and repair hairline cracks, making them disappear in just one coat. Formulated with no fillers, when our Liqua-Wrap™ coating dries, only the highest quality resins, additives & pigments are left protecting your home for increased performance and longevity.
A paint for stucco that's tough, yet flexible.
With an elongation of 250%, our elastomeric coating is highly flexible and can expand and contract with your stucco during extreme temperature changes. Exceptional flexibility and elastic memory prevent peeling, keep old cracks filled and prevent new ones from forming.
Breathing is a breeze for this elastomeric coating.
Your stucco can absorb moisture, which is why we strategically formulated a paint for stucco that can breathe and let that moisture out. Our coating allows vapour from within the interior of your stucco to evaporate and escape the surface, preventing moisture damage from occurring behind your stucco walls.
Extra texture & insulation for extra worn-out stucco.
For stucco with more noticeable signs of wear & tear, we created an ultra-textured version of our coating. Formulated with a proprietary blend of cork & other natural thermal insulators, our cork coating effortlessly covers up stubborn surface imperfections and can even bridge cracks up to 2.5mm wide. Not only does our cork coating work wonders when it comes to rejuvenating the look of your stucco, natural thermal insulators help insulate your home by absorbing air and slowing down heat transfer.
FAQs about our services
Why should I paint rather than replace my exterior siding?
Changing and replacing aluminum and vinyl siding is expensive. On top of that, siding today is much thinner than the siding used 30 to 40 years ago, which was much more durable and built to last for at least 75 years. When we paint exterior siding using our advanced equipment and exterior paints and coatings, the result looks just like new and is even more durable! By revamping your original siding with our exclusive products, you benefit from high-grade, inorganic, solar-reflective pigments that you just can’t get from new siding. In the end, choosing to paint your siding with us results in a win-win situation when it comes to both quality and price. Let’s not forget, it does no good to the environment to toss away perfectly functional siding, doors and windows that just need a new look!
Why should I choose Spray-Net for my exterior painting project?
We are the spray-applied painting specialist. From paint formulation to application, we offer homeowners the highest standards and expertise in the exterior painting industry. We provide a unique exterior renovation solution by bringing the factory experience right to your doorstep. We consistently deliver superior and unmatched results because of our commitment to continuous research and development in our field. To achieve a permanent factory finish, we’ve formulated our own exclusive line of proprietary paints and coatings, specifically tailored to each surface that we renew. We’ve also engineered a mobile spray booth which creates the ideal controlled environment to flawlessly paint a front door during unexpected weather conditions. We’ve painted and revamped thousands of homes already, and every painting season we continue to add to this number.
Why don’t you paint wood?
Wood is an organic, living material. Like all living things, organic surfaces must breathe, and this just isn’t possible if we apply a coating to it. The natural tendency for the wood to breathe would eventually cause the paint to chip and peel. Not to mention, there’s actually no added benefit of spraying wood, since its porous nature doesn’t allow for a smooth, factory finish.
Finally, when we give you a quote for your project during your consultation, we give you an exact, fixed cost that won’t change so you can determine whether a Spray-Net revamp makes sense in terms of your budget. You never know how long it will take to strip wood, so we wouldn’t be able to give you a fixed and exact quote ahead of time.