LIQUID APPLIED ROOF COATING SYSTEMS
Your condominium is an investment. Protecting that investment is your roof, which attracts little attention until it leaks. The expensive results are property damage. Such a crisis can be avoided by careful planning and budgeting for your long-term needs. Unfortunately, all roofs fail sooner or later. Most premature failures, however, are due to improper design, installation or maintenance. High-performance, low-build Elastomeric and Acrylic roof coatings provide the ultimate in reflectivity, color stability and weather resistance over new or existing roof surfaces to seal and weatherproof your roof instantly.They have excellent flexibility, adhesion and resistance to UV and mold. These liquid applied coatings meet Energy Star requirements for high reflectivity to help lower roof temperatures and conserve energy. They are rust inhibitive and will prolong the life of your roof. Although they are highly flexible, they exhibit a tough, enamel-like finish that resists abrasion, biological growth, dirt, oil and all types of weather extremes. These coatings are especially developed for extending the life of new or existing built-up, metal, concrete, single-ply and composite shingle roofs by providing a white reflective topcoat. The high reflectivity keeps the roof substrate cool, which reduces thermal breakdown and extends the life of the roof. The reflectivity also saves money by reducing energy demands for air-conditioning. Their rich consistency uniformly covers the textured profile of various substrates, forming a permanently flexible monolithic membrane, providing protection from normal weathering, aging and ultraviolet exposure. This means that your roof will remain weather tight! These products are fully warranted minimizing roof maintenance costs over ten years; providing high UV reflectivity reducing under-the-roof temperatures and air cooling costs as well as lowering roof surface temperatures. These lower temperatures greatly reduce roof expansion and contraction thereby minimizing stress. Systems remain flexible to -20 degrees F and add no significant weight load to the roof.