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Liquid Roof Coatings can be applied to almost any low-slope roofing type. A correctly installed, monolithic coat of liquid roofing can stop leaks, extend the life of your existing roof, and increase the thermal efficiency of your building. It will also increase your roof’s solar reflectivity. It can be a terrific, low cost option to extend the life of your roof while also receiving a new manufacturer warranty.
Following a complimentary Roof Inspection, we often recommend a new roof coating application. It is a great way for clients to save money and extend the life of the roof.
Andy’s Roofing can professionally install Urethane, Silicone, and Acrylic coating systems on your roof. We are certified applicators for some of the most trusted roof coating manufacturers, including:
Commonly Asked Questions About Commercial Roof Coating
What is the best commercial roof coating?
If you are buying a commercial roof coating, you need roof coatings resistant to UV rays, heat, and chemicals. When it comes to roof coatings, one size does not fit all. The best commercial roof coating for your commercial roof depends on a number of factors, including the roof’s size, shape, type, and pitch.
Commercial roofing experts have found that the best commercial roof coating for a flat roof is a solar-reflecting elastomeric coating that protects the roof from the sun, water, dirt, and the various damaging elements that can erode the roofing material.
How much does commercial roof coating cost?
The cost of new roof coating can vary quite a bit depending on several factors of your roof. The size, accessibility, and number of penetrations all contribute to the final determination of cost. The amount of surface preparation and existing roof repair will also add to the cost of your new roof coating.
What is the best roof coating for a flat roof?
The best roof coating system for a flat roof is one that will protect the roof from UV rays, water, and heat, while also being highly durable and weatherproof. While there are many different roof coatings on the market that can help keep water off the surface of your roof, one of the most effective is a coating called elastomeric roof coating.
Before selecting a roof coating, it is important to make sure that it is compatible with your existing roof system. It is best to consult with a professional roofing installer to make sure that the coating you choose will last as long as you are counting on.
Does roof coating stop leaks?
If your existing roof is leaking, the first step is to find out where the leak is coming from. While it is not advisable to install roof coating on an already-failing roof, it is recommended to correct the underlying problems on your roof prior to applying a coating.
That may include patching certain areas with roofing plies, mastic or caulking, and then installing a new roof coating.
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How do I prepare my roof for coating?
Roof coatings are a great option for protecting your roof from the elements. If you want to know how to prepare your roof for coating, the first step is to make sure the roof surface is dry, as well as structurally sound, and free from any defects.
If your roof system needs to be repaired, make sure to allow plenty of time for this step, as it can be complex and time-consuming.
How often should a flat roof be coated?
The short answer is a minimum of every 5-10 years. For most commercial buildings, coating a flat roof will be something that will happen once every few years, or on an as-needed basis. This could actually be more often if you live in an area with excessive amounts of rain or a very high concentration of airborne pollutants.
What type of warranty is included with roof coating?
Roof coatings can last from 10 to 20 years, but that doesn’t mean they are guaranteed for that long. In fact, most manufacturers only guarantee their products for 10 years.
The type of warranty you get will vary based on the contractor you hire and the materials you use, but in general, you should expect to get 10 years of manufacturer warranty coverage.