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The Best Fence Paint Options for Your Property

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A coat of paint adds more aesthetic appeal to your home and protects your fence from external elements. There are various paint formulas and finishes to choose from, so picking the right one can be hard. Luckily for you, our experts in fence painting from Blue Mountains and Hills district, are here to help you.

So, what are the best fence paint options for your property? Read on to find out!

Fence Material and Condition Matters


Fences are typically made of long-lasting and sturdy materials such as wood, metal, and masonry. The right type of paint for your fence will depend on the material that it is made of.

In addition to that, any specific conditions like degradation, cracks, discolouration, and mould need to be taken care of before painting, so make sure to prepare your fence. These conditions should also be taken into account in order to choose the right type of paint that could prevent them from happening in the future.

Types of Paint

  • Oil-Based Paint. Oil-based paint is an excellent choice for metal fences because it helps prevent rusting and discolouration. While it might dry slower than some other types of paint, it lasts longer, resists dirt very well, and gives your fence a glossy finish.
  • Latex Paint. Latex paint is usually recommended for wooden, vinyl, and masonry fences. It does not trap moisture and it sits on top of the surface. In contrast to the oil-based paint, it is less likely to crack.

Paint Finish


It is important to keep in mind that paints come in different types of finishes. So when you are choosing the paint for your fence, you should also think about which finish will suit you best.

Glossy


Glossy paint is resistant to stains and is a good option for metal fences. It creates a durable shiny layer on the surface. It is not the best choice for wooden or masonry fences because it will make imperfections more prominent.

Matte 


Matte paint creates a flat, non-shiny layer on the surface and is perfect for hiding imperfections. That said, it is the least stain-resistant out of all the finishes.

Semi-Gloss 


Semi-gloss paint is halfway between matte and gloss and it resists stains and other damaging elements very well. It is shiny enough to reflect light and it also adds some depth to the colour. 

Eggshell


Eggshell paint offers slightly more shine than the matte paint. It is stain-resistant, easier to clean, and not a bad option for hiding imperfections.

Are you looking for professional fence painting in Blue Mountains and Hills district?

Decor8 Painting & Decorating provides high-quality finishes & painting services at affordable prices in  Blue Mountains, Penrith and Western Sydney.

Call us today at 0404 842 708, or fill in this form to get a quick quote!