At Tampa Bay Rescreens and Repair, we use only the best materials in our Pool Enclosure paining service. The Direct-to-Metal (DTM) product line of paints by Sherwin Williams has many benefits that make it stand out among their competitors lower-quality paints. DTM ACRYLIC FINISHING is a 100 % acrylic, water reducible, corrosion resistant finishing for light to moderate industrial use. Developed for new building or maintenance usage and can be made use of straight over prepared substrates. It turns out to be perfect for pool enclosure painting and can easily accompany a rescreening of your pool enclosure.
- Chemical resistant
- Deterioration resistant
- Quick drying
- Low smell
- Flash rust/early corrosion resistant
- Interior/exterior usage
Check out this video about our pool enclosure painting service using the Direct-to-Metal paint by Sherwin Williams:
Painting your pool enclosure is a cost-effective alternative to rebuilding it from the ground up. You could save thousands of dollars and still restore your pool enclosure to its original luster by painting it using our Direct-to-metal paints. Not only is it cost-effective but also environmentally friendly, as you will be recycling your old enclosure to last for years to come. Tampa homeowners who are trying to pinch a penny will be making a sound choice with this alternative and Tampa Bay Rescreens and Repair will do their very best to make sure you get quality service at a fair price.
We use Sherwin Williams Direct-to-Metal paint for your pool enclosure to help your pool cage resist the elements. Please schedule an appointment with Tampa Bay Rescreens & Repair services Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Dunedin, and Oldsmar areas. Please call us today at 813-679-1074 or you can also contact us using the button below.
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