The BEHR Masonry, Stucco and Brick Paint a high-quality, flat acrylic latex paint with a 20-year customer satisfaction guarantee. This interior/exterior, self-priming, alkali and mildew resistant finish also provides excellent adhesion, coverage and water repellency and color retention. Ideal for use on properly prepared interior or exterior vertical surfaces such as stucco, masonry, concrete, concrete block and brick as well as adjacent wood and metal.
Excellent hide, coverage, adhesion and water repellency
Durable flat finish
Alkali and mildew resistant finish (ideal for new or weathered stucco)
1250 sq. ft. - 2000 sq. ft. of coverage per bucket
Easy clean up with soap and water
Self-priming, acrylic latex paint
Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
Online Price includes a Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, DC, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT, WA
we picked this paint to give new life to a tired old fire place. thick enough to cover great. use a rough surface roller and a good brush... not the cheapest and not the best ( Purdy, Wooster Pro ) because you will be throwing it away when your done.
Nov 29, 2021
Perfect Paint for My Project
My knowledge of paint is limited and the more research I did the more confused I got. Due to the shortage of the paint I needed for exterior, Chris & Miguel helped me come up with a solution.
A week ago the job got done and it came out beautifully despite the different kind of paints.
We are so satisfied and we get all kinds of compliments from our neighbors.
Product: Behr Premium + (4400)
Product #Behr # 272
Nov 16, 2021
Great value and beautiful coverage!
I did a lot of research to find the best masonry brick paint and found Behr to be the most popular. I have a mid-70's house with ugly tan brick and this paint is covering it well. No primer, just two coats and it looks beautiful. I've only done where the gutters go in the corners but I love the coverage and color.
Jul 21, 2021
This is a good paint for masonry but the coverage amounts are nowhere close for when I painted ne...
This is a good paint for masonry but the coverage amounts are nowhere close for when I painted new interior concrete/cinder block. I painted about 170 square feet (2 coats) of wall and used around 3.5 gallons. With 2 coats, I essentially painted 340 sq. feet (~100 sqft per gallon) which is less than half the advertised coverage of 250 sqft/gallon for rough surfaces. I understand new cinder block will use a lot of paint but, based off how it was advertised, I thought I would get at least 250 square feet per gallon. Now I will need another 5 gallon. I also did two coats and the block could easily use a third. The consistency of the paint is just like standard latex. This paint can be used inside or out and is specifically made for masonry as masonry can hold moisture in it. I recommend using a large wrench to open and close the spout on the lid, there is not much room around the cap to fit your fingers.
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Jun 28, 2021
Poor quality paint
I was told by a Home Depot paint specialist that this paint was better for stucco than the Behr ultra and decided to try it. What a mistake as it seems to be poor quality paint that bubbles in the can and on the wall. I would switch to a higher quality paint but already painted the front of my house. I am not sure what to do?
I also am concerned about it fading as I hear the fading properties on this paint are not as good as their other lines. I would have paid more if I knew this before painting.
I also am surprised by the poor quality control on labeling as the helpline number on the can was incorrect and missing 4 digits. If Behr can’t get the label right how are they going to get the paint right? Please don’t buy.
Response from BehrJul 1, 2021
Hello Sarah, thank you for your review. I’m so sorry there were bubbles in the container and on your walls. Our Masonry, Stucco & Brick Paint is a long-lasting formula, and it isn’t normal for these small bubbles to appear. I recommend thoroughly cleaning the surface to remove any dirt or other contaminants, letting the surface dry, then recoating across the surface to help cover the small holes. Customer satisfaction is important to us, and we appreciate all of your feedback. Please feel free to reach out to our Customer Care team directly for further assistance with this. Our team is happy to help you! -Joni
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Jun 9, 2021
Jun 5, 2021
Paint color did not hold up
I painted my exterior stucco about 7 years ago and I began noticing the color change after about the first year. Fast forward to today and the color on my stucco looks completely different than it did when I first painted the house. I know color fades but I’ve never seen paint change as drastically as mine has. What started out as a tan color is now a grayish purplish color. It honestly looks like someone painted our house a different color.
Response from BehrJun 7, 2021
Thank you for reviewing Behr Masonry, Stucco & Brick Paint. I'm sorry to hear that the color changed so much after seven years, as that's not typical or what we want our customers to go through. It's possible that the color change is due to alkali burn, which can be neutralized by cleaning the surface with vinegar and water (1:1 ratio). Pre-wet surface and pump spray vinegar solution onto the surface. Let sit for about 15 minutes and then rinse thoroughly. Allow surface to dry for 24 hours before priming and recoating.
Customer satisfaction is very important to us and I encourage you to contact Behr directly for further assistance. We'd love to learn more about your project and find the best way to help.
May 3, 2021
Paint applied and covered well. I repainted my cinderblock foundation....
Paint applied and covered well. I repainted my cinderblock foundation. I used the matte white and it looks fabulous and bright! I am curious how it will hold up to weather/dirt overtime! Definitely recommend a good roller!