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There are 4 different types of Roof Sealing and Roof Coating
All About Roofing, LLC. roof sealing contractors will always provide our customers the best product available. Below is the different type of roof coatings that are used for mobile homes to commercial buildings.
The purpose of a roof sealants is to protect and repair your roof. The purpose of roof sealant is to prolong the life of your roof as well as stop minor water accumulation that can cause serious damage and mold infestation.
Silicone Roof Coatings
The best roof coating to combat moisture build-up and UV sun rays. It is great for all weather conditions. The upfront cost is more expensive but will save you money in time as it adds prolongs the life of your flat roof. The silicone roof coating formula we utilize uses elastomeric technology that allows for superior protection against permanent ponding water. The roof coating, we use is also certified by the Cool Roof Rating Council and is certified by Energy Star. Silicone based roof coating is the most ideal roof sealant for flat roofs.
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Acrylic Roof Coatings
Acrylic roof sealant is best in southwestern states and is the most common roof coating in the industry. Acrylic roof coating is a water-based formula that is used for reflecting UV sun rays from the sun and good for weathering the elements. However, it does not do well in puddles or pools of water which is the most common problem with flat roofs.
Polyurethane Roof Coatings
Polyurethane roof sealant is a solvent based roof coating that is composed thermoplastic organic units (aka plastic). A form of polyurethane is used as insulation for refrigerators and freezers. When it is used as a liquid form for roof coating it is great when repelling moisture but does not do well against UV sun rays.
Rubber Roof Coatings
The rubber sealant is liquid rubber that is used as a repair solution instead of a total solution. It is much thinner than acrylic or silicone roof sealants, so it makes it easier to seal shingle or tile roof cracks and leaks.