SILICONE ROOF COATING
When you move away from traditional roofing methods, there are many types of roof coatings on the market today that all have their pro’s and cons. However, silicone roof coating systems are generously known as the “Cadillac” of the roof coating industry. It is often times a bit more expensive compared to other options when looking at the cost material, but there are good reasons for the higher cost. Silicone coatings have been developed over many decades for many different applications. Mainly they are known for being UV resistant, moisture curing, non-chalking, and environmentally friendly while also lowering energy costs as your home is cooler in warmer weather without needing constant air cooling.
SILICONE ROOF BENEFITS
Once completely and professionally installed, silicone roof coatings provide a ton of benefits and reliable savings. People usually do not know how much they can benefit from installing this simple solution.
INSTALLING SILICONE ROOFS
We love to tell our customers about our roof coating restoration systems and how silicone has saved building owners time, money and long term maintenance costs. Despite the clutter of options in the roofing market, Silicone roof coats exceed all other options in benefits and long term savings. One of the main strengths of your new silicone roof coating restoration would be the simplicity of its installation and how easy it is to renew your roof when choosing this system. Let’s not forget the 20 year warranty on all our silicone roof coat systems.
Is your roof is old, wearing down, leaking, losing energy, getting too hot, or failing in any way that is not structural? You should be happy to know that restoration coatings can help you. The first step would be for us to inspect your roof in order to ensure you do not need any structural repairs or services. Once your roof has passed that inspection, we start with a power wash of the roof. We then apply a primer if required which is usually not needed, and then we apply the silicone roof coating to the surface of your roof. Caulk and polyester fabric may also be needed to properly handle cure protrusions in the roof, however that is usually a simple fix and takes no time.