A roof coating will extend the life of your roof by significantly reducing thermal shock (expansion and contraction) and lower your cooling costs by reducing heat transfer into the building.
Almost all types of roofs can be coated. Metal, built-up, modified bitumen, concrete, spray foam and single-ply. We typically do not recommend coatings on shingles, ballasted and gravel surfaced membranes.
The roof must be thoroughly cleaned, and allowed to dry thoroughly.
Sometimes optional. Primers ensure good adhesion of the coating to the roof.
Seal all seams, flashing and penetrations.
Apply the elastomeric coating by sprayer, spreader or roller.
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Not all roofers know how to install coatings. They prefer to replace roofs because they get a chance to start over at your cost. Roof coating contractors build a seamless roofing membrane on site. Any roof problems are fixed before the final coating is applied. This is done at a much lower price than roof replacement and with minimum downtime.
Definitely! A lot of roof coating contractors travel out of state for work.