Acrylic Roof Coatings

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WHICH ROOF COATING IS BEST FOR MY JOB? APPLICATION RECOMMENDATIONS

Acrylic roof coatings are one of the most popular choices of roof coatings for sloped metal roofs. Acrylic coatings are the most cost-effective solution for restoring and protecting commercial roofs. They can protect your home from natural elements like sun, snow, rain, etc., and also add a touch of luxury. Acrylic roof coatings are a great choice for many types of roofing substrates, including modified bitumen, metal, built up roofs, single ply roofs and spray polyurethane foam.

The roof coating looks like paint. It also has similar viscosity, making it easy to apply, whether with a brush or as a spray. Though similar in viscosity and looks, an acrylic elastomeric roof coating is not a paint. Unlike paint, the acrylic elastomeric roof coating does not allow ponding water, offers UV resistance, has reflectivity properties, has the ability to expand and contract, adheres to the roof easily, and is highly durable.

The acrylic roof coatings are generally available in white. This white color of the roof coatings offers two unique features. The white color helps reduce the temperature of the roof membrane. This reduction in temperature, along with the UV resistance properties, helps in reducing the degradation and deterioration of the roof, thereby increasing the life of the roof. The white acrylic coating reflects around 85% of the heat from sunlight, decreasing heat transfer and reducing the overall air conditioning and energy costs. This helps save money on your energy bills.
Acrylic roof coatings are highly effective, and there are a number of factors to consider when selecting the best system for your commercial or residential building. One of the primary benefits of acrylic roof coatings is their resistance to water and weathering. Acrylic coatings are formulated to resist flaking, chalking, and blistering. In addition, acrylic coatings are also resistant to staining and fading.

Choosing the Right Acrylic Roofing System

1) Consult with a professional roofing contractor who will be able to provide a detailed analysis of your specific needs and situation.

2) Consider the climate where your building will be located. Different types of acrylic coatings perform differently in cold temperatures or hot climates.

3) Consider the substrate material. Some substrates require a special coating application, such as metal, while other substrates may only require an elastomeric coating.

Check out our range of acrylic roof coatings from Tucson Rubberized Coatings and choose the right product for your requirements.

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