HARNESSING THE BENEFITS OF METAL ROOF COATINGS
If you have a metal roof and are struggling with leaks, a constantly hot building, or are no longer under warranty, you are missing out on the benefits of metal roof coatings! Applying a coating to your metal roof can solve all three problems mentioned here. Let’s see how metal roof coatings can benefit you, your bottom line, and your occupants.
Metal Roof Constantly Leaking
If you find yourself in a constant state of chasing your tail with leak repair supplies, or you’ve got a roofing contractor on your roof multiple times a year, you might be suffering from chronic roof leaks. This is a condition plaguing many building owners and facility managers. It starts with just a small leak, and then another. Not enough to replace the roof and not enough to really notice there’s a problem. But before you know it, 18 months later you have 10 patches on your roof and need a few more. If this sounds familiar, you need to harness the benefits of metal roof coatings on your roof. Applying a roof coating (we recommend silicone) is the most effective way to stop existing leaks and prevent future leaks. Coat the entire roof and you are all but guaranteed to have no leaks for 10-20 years. If you do have a leak (which is rare), we’ll make it right.
Metal Roof Getting Too Hot
Is your metal roof getting too hot? Is this heat transferring to the inside of your building and driving up energy bills? The answer to the second question is probably. A hot roof almost always means a hot building. Even if it’s just 1-2 degrees hotter than it should be, that can amount to thousands of dollars every single year. Quit wasting money on energy bills and invest that money in a roof coating that can save up to $.50 per square foot!
Roof No Longer Under Warranty
Are you nervous about a major roof failure now that you don’t have a warranty? It’s a very real concern and a prudent one to have on your mind. If you don’t have a roof warranty and experience any major issues, you could be looking at 5-6 digits of repair costs. Don’t shoulder that burden; you will need a new roof anyway. Choose a system now that costs about half as much as the traditional systems, get back under warranty, and put your mind at ease.
By the way, if you wait too long, a silicone coating may no longer be an option. The existing roof has to be structurally sound to perform a silicone roof coating restoration. If your roof becomes too damaged, you could be forced to completely tear-off and replace your metal roof.
There are numerous benefits of metal roof coatings, with only three mentioned here. If you’d like to learn about preventing fastener back out, silicone recoats, or the easiest maintenance plan available, check out more of our blog posts or contact us today.