One of the most common and effective types of roof coatings is silicone. It can restore and protect many kinds of commercial roofs, such as metal, modified bitumen, single-ply, EPDM, TPO, built-up roofs, concrete roof decks, and spray, polyurethane foam.
Silicone roof coatings resist ponding water because they are moisture-cured. They do not absorb or degrade from water, making them ideal for flat roofs. Many commercial buildings use silicone coating systems. However, good drainage is still essential for any roof.
80-90% of the sun’s UV rays are reflected when using a silicone roof coating which is why they are considered “cool” roofs. This lowers cooling costs, reduces HVAC workloads, and improves building comfort. It also extends roof life by preventing sun damage.
When dry, the coating forms a flexible, seamless, and durable membrane that resists wind, oxidation, and temperature extremes. They also adapt to the thermal movement of large roofs.
Silicone roof coatings have high-solids content (over 95+/-%). This means less material is needed to get the right thickness. Applying more coating in one pass saves time and money without sacrificing quality.
A fraction of the cost compared to a complete tear-out therefore environmentally friendly having less materials going to land fills.
The product offers a remarkable quality of flow and leveling that ensures a flawless and uniform application on any surface.
With a permeability rating of 7.2 perms, the silicone roof coating is breathable and resists blistering.
Ensures a durable and long-lasting coating that enhances the longevity of the roof structure.
A seamless membrane is a waterproof layer with no seams or joints that can leak. It covers the whole roof and prevents water damage.
Its color does not fade and it is not affected by chemicals: It is durable in harsh environmental conditions.
We work with several manufactures and we offer 10 year to lifetime warranties for labor and material depending on the system chosen. Some conditions may apply.
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