GoodHome masonry paint buying guide

Give your home kerb appeal

Your home is the most valuable asset you are likely to own so it's important to keep it protected. Grounded in quality, all our masonry paints are specially designed to protect your home, providing a durable, matt finish on smooth or rough external walls to cope with all types of weather. With our masonry paint you can be confident that your home is protected and looks fresher for longer in one of our popular colours.


We will talk you through our different types of masonry paint, as well as the tools you'll need, and how to prepare and paint the exterior of your home.

Masonry paint

Classic Masonry Paint

Classic masonry paint

With weather resistance, long lasting colour and a guarantee for peace of mind, our masonry paint will protect your house for longer.

  • Weather and water resistant
  • Water based
  • Mould and algae resistant
  • Sizes: Tester, 5L and 10L
  • 15 year guarantee
Self cleaning masonry paint

Self-cleaning masonry paint

Our self-cleaning formulation means dirt will find it hard to stick to your exterior walls so it'll wash away easily with the rain.

  • Dirt resistance
  • Protection from extreme weather
  • Long lasting colour retention
  • Mould and algae resistant
  • Weather and water resistant
  • Flexible - covers hairline cracks
  • Sizes: 5L and 10L
  • 20 year guarantee
Self cleaning masonry paint
Windowsills and Trims Masonry Paint

Windowsills and trims paint

With mould, algae, weather and abrasion resistance you can keep the exterior of your home protected and looking fresher for longer using our windowsill and trims paint.

  • Weather and water resistant
  • Water based
  • Mould and algae resistant
  • Abrasion resistant
  • Protects surfaces from standing water
  • Sizes: 2.5L
  • 10 year guarantee
Masonry Paint colour palette

Don’t forget these tools to help you complete your masonry project;

Preparation

Taking the time to prepare before you start your paint project is vital, in order to make sure you get the best finish possible. The below steps should help in making sure you end up with a finish to be proud of.

Paint preparation diagram