Flat roof coatings put an end to the cycle of problems associated with flat roofs. We understand there are a number of problems associated with flat roofs, namely chronic leaking, ponding and rapid deterioration. Still, they are uncomplicated and useful, and many commercial and industrial buildings have them. So engineers went to work on it, and have developed coatings that eliminate the battle with the factors that can make it a pain to have a flat roof. We are proud to offer flat roof coatings that can handle it for you too!
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Whether your current roof is hot-tar; modified bitumen; rubber; built-up; single-ply; metal or polyurethane foam, you can add as many as 20 years of useful life with one of our commercial roof coatings. We offer them for any surface, including metal roof coatings and elastomeric roof coatings.
Rubber Flat Roof Coatings
Rubber flat roof coatings can take the strain off of your AC system which has been working so hard to keep you cool in the southern heat. Normally, an EPDM dark roof barely reflects away six percent of solar heating energy. Think of how hard your air conditioning has to work with a rubber roof! Consider how much longer it will last if it’s not overloaded like that. That’s where we come in.
Our light-colored flat roof coatings go on over top of your existing roof. It will cover the dark material and reflect 80% or more of the sun's energy away from the surface. This means the retail, office or industrial space below stays cooler and requires far less air conditioning. And the coating acts as insulation to further prevent summer heat from passing through year after year.
Our commercial roofing contractors are consultants on energy efficient roofing and will tell you that these innovations are remarkable. You’ll be pleased to know that with flat roof coatings, you keep your existing roof and there is no re-roofing or tear off needed. You will save on upfront costs up to a dollar per square foot by not having to remove your current roof, and will speed up the process markedly.
Our team of commercial roofers will be able to apply the coating in a non-disruptive manner, first prepping your roof, then spraying the coating. They are quiet and often go unseen, so will not disturb your business.
The vast majority of problem roofs can be saved in our experience, which is why the coating option is so much more affordable than roof replacement. It certainly beats paying for constant leak repair! Call us today for a free estimate.
Options of Flat Roof Coatings
We have several options of flat roof coatings. They are generally applied as a liquid directly onto your current roof, but different coatings adhere best to specific kinds of roofing materials. We represent the quality products of Conklin, the innovative leader in the roof coating industry, and our commercial roofers can install: elastomeric roof coating, EPDM and rubber coatings and metal roof coatings.
Elastomeric means “elastic,” so called because it actually stretches when your roof needs it. These coatings go on as a liquid, then the acrylics dry to a seamless, bright, clean, and modern coating that prolongs the life of your roof. They expand and contract with the weather to protect your roof. In the summer heat, they stretch; once it cools down after sunset, the membrane goes back to its original size, with no cracks, leaks or bubbles.
EPDM and rubber coatings are sometimes called your “inner tube” roof. The rubber requires specially-engineered flat roof coatings that will stick. Most often these are black roofs, which are notoriously hot, making your HVAC work overtime to cool your building. Our coatings are reflective and can cut cooling costs by 20% immediately.
Metal coatings add a rust-resistor, seals seams and screws, then adds a base and top coat. The appearance is brand new and the energy-efficiency and durability are substantial.
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We apply flat roof coatings in Atlanta, Columbus, Albany and all surrounding areas in Georgia.