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Roof Coatings.

What if you could protect your low-slope roof with a durable coating that would extend its useful life while reducing energy costs? 

Good news—you can. roof coatings install over metal, modified bitumen, single-ply membrane, and built-up roof (BUR) systems. For many building owners, these coatings are an affordable way to protect the integrity of their low-slope roofs.

Coating Benefits

The key advantages of using a silicone roofing system:

  • Silicone is permanent and will not degrade, chalk or crack under harsh UV rays.
  • Silicone forms a seamless membrane that withstands permanent ponding water without softening.
  • Silicone creates a smooth surface that offers excellent resistance to mold, mildew and staining.

 

  • Roof Protection: coatings seal the roof surface, protecting it from rain and wind damage. The siliconized resist deterioration from dirt and dust accumulation.
  • Energy Efficiency: White is the most common color for elastomeric roof coating because it reduces thermal transfer by reflecting searing-hot sunrays away from the roof. This cool roof reflectivity lets your HVAC unit run less, saving you on utility bills and prolonging the life of the units.
  • Coating Cost: siliconized coatings cost substantially less than replacing the roof entirely. Budget-conscious facility owners can save money while extending the life of their roof 5 to 10 years or more.
  • Quick Installation: siliconized coatings go on quickly, meaning we won’t be hanging around your facility for weeks on end. We’re in. We’re out. You’re set.
  • LEED Credits: Cool roofs that contain elastomers can help meet LEED, Energy Star and other energy code requirements. In addition, a cool roof reduces Urban Heat Island Effect so your community will benefit as well.
  • Structural Benefits: siliconized roof coatings do not add dead weight to the roof, so there is no detrimental effect to your building’s structure.

The rubber-like components of siliconized coatings expand when warmed by the summer sun and they return to their original state as they cool down after sunset. This intrinsic “memory” reduces the risk of hardening and cracking, so your roof lasts longer.

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