about Other staining companies

Our competitors claim that their stains are "among the longest-lasting", yet they do not show their projects after 5, 10 or more years in the field.


Unfortunately for them, we took the time to track down some of their projects.

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they claim

They claim to be us. They say their stains penetrate into the masonry. They say they don’t crack, peel or fade. They say their color is permanent for 20, 30 or more years. They even offer warranties. Look at their older jobs. Most of them are not like us.


Some use watered-down paint, and some use products that crack and fade in as little as 4-5 years.


Some create an unnatural shine and a barrier that traps unwanted moisture.

protect your business

Before you hire a staining company, do your research. Ask them to show you some of their longest-lasting projects. If they won't - think about how this could negatively affect your business. Ask yourself - are potential lawsuits and lost clients worth it?

Using the wrong product can be a costly and destructive error.

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Paint needs to be reapplied every few years to avoid eyesores, or it needs to be removed, which isn't a cheap or a simple solution.

decreases value

Brick homes have a higher resale value, but this changes when brick is compromised by paint.


lasting consequences

One of the great things about brick is that it’s a natural, maintenance-free building material. Unless a coating like paint is added, brick, for the most part, won’t need any maintenance or upkeep for it to keep looking amazing.


What exactly happens when you paint brick? Bear with us here - let’s think of brick as a living being for a second. Brick needs to breathe to survive, and a sealant or coating essentially suffocates the brick. Moisture from the air, sky and ground are absorbed into the pores of brick, and evaporates into the brick’s body. When the brick is sealed though, the moisture has nowhere to go, and ends up becoming trapped in your home’s structure. This trapped moisture will deteriorate your walls, and will be detrimental to your brick.