TEX•COTE® COOLWALL® systems offer homeowners one of today’s most reliable and beautiful solutions to protecting their home’s exterior.
Not only is TEX•COTE® COOLWALL® 10 times thicker on average than ordinary paint, it also contains special reflective pigments – the same type of pigments used by the U.S. government to cool ships, and provide both reflectivity and reduced radar signature in Stealth bombers. Due to their ability to reflect light, these pigments can lower surface temperatures by as much as 40-degrees Fahrenheit*, when compared to traditional paints and coatings in many colors. Lower exterior temperatures can lead to lower interior temperatures. A study conducted by the U. S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory showed that TEX•COTE® COOLWALL® coatings can reduce a home’s cooling costs by as much as 21.9%*!
In addition to the energy savings, TEX•COTE® COOLWALL® features a full palette of beautiful colors to enhance any home style. Because COOLWALL® is sold and applied exclusively by TEX•COTE® dealers, it offers a tremendous potential business opportunity for qualified home improvement dealers throughout the United States
ABOUT TEXCOTE, THE HISTORY & BACKGROUND
Celebrating its 57th Anniversary, Tex•Cote LLC. was founded in 1961 in Los Angeles, California. Along with the National Sales Office in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, TCA has manufacturing plants in California and Florida. Distribution points are located throughout the United States, Canada and many other countries throughout the world. Tex•Cote LLC continues to add new distribution points regularly, the most recent of which is our new licensee in Dubai. Textured Coatings of America is one of the leading manufacturers of specialty coatings in the world. Genuine TEX•COTE® products have been used on some of the world’s most prestigious buildings, landmarks, control towers and homes. Our products meet the most stringent federal standards for use on military bases which require the coatings to be able to withstand the equivalent of 40 years of exterior exposure.