WHEN SHOULD YOU CONSIDER AN ELASTOMERIC ROOF COATING?
Whether you’re considering an acrylic, silicone, or urethane roof coating, you’ll likely be using them in one of these situations. Keep reading to see the scenarios in which an elastomeric roof coating is a good fit. You could be a perfect candidate for a roof coating and not even know it yet.
Your Roof is Out of Warranty
Many times, a roof is in great working condition but the warranty will soon expire. If this is the case, an elastomeric roof coating may be the answer for you. You can get an affordable new warranty for 10-20 more years and protect yourself from expensive roof complications. You don’t need to tear your roof out, you don’t need to replace it, you just want to stay covered under a warranty should you face leaks or major repairs. Well, an elastomeric roof coating is for you.
Your Roof is Leaking
Is your roof littered with leaks? Not one or two leaks, but leaks throughout the roof. Don’t patch your roof in 12 different spots every other month, apply an elastomeric roof coating once and you’re back in business. All elastomeric roof coatings are seamless, and therefore far less likely to leak than other roofing systems. No matter which elastomeric roof coating you choose, you will more than likely eliminate the leaks in your roof.
You Need a Temporary Roof
Another common use of elastomeric roof coatings is a temporary roof. You plan to sell the building, renovate, or demolish it in 3-7 years, but you need something to hold you over until then. You can apply an elastomeric roof coating extremely thin and you’ll get protection for an extremely low price tag. This is a somewhat rare condition, but it’s a good way to take care of your roof without spending a fortune.
There are no-doubt many more scenarios in which you’d want to use an elastomeric roof coating, but these three are most common. If you find yourself in any of these situations, contact us today and we’d love to help you make the best decision for your roof.