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Seamless Roof Coatings

Why you should protect your roof

Your roof protects you, so you should protect it. Prevent the issues that can cost thousands of dollars, intolerable working conditions, and an uncomfortable building. Roofing systems such as built-up roofing, elastomeric, metal roofs, weathered single-ply membranes, and mineral cap sheets, have many problems. From chalking, cracking, sagging, leaking (#1 problem), splitting, and the list goes on.

All of these issues can create a perfect storm for your working conditions or your tenants. When a roof starts to sag, the water from the rain or snowmelt will pool in one spot, eventually wearing down the roofing material, and penetrating the surface and next thing you know that water is on your floor. When a roof has cracks in the tar or seams and holes from fasteners, it means air can escape through your roof, forcing your HVAC system to run twice as hard, costing you dumpsters full of money.

Seamless Roof Coatings

Why you should protect your roof

Your roof protects you, so you should protect it. Prevent the issues that can cost thousands of dollars, intolerable working conditions, and an uncomfortable building. Roofing systems such as built-up roofing, elastomeric, metal roofs, weathered single-ply membranes, and mineral cap sheets, have many problems. From chalking, cracking, sagging, leaking (#1 problem), splitting, and the list goes on.

All of these issues can create a perfect storm for your working conditions or your tenants. When a roof starts to sag, the water from the rain or snowmelt will pool in one spot, eventually wearing down the roofing material, and penetrating the surface and next thing you know that water is on your floor. When a roof has cracks in the tar or seams and holes from fasteners, it means air can escape through your roof, forcing your HVAC system to run twice as hard, costing you dumpsters full of money.

Your energy bills are through the roof…

Did you know

35% of your air loss

is through the roof?

Superior Protection

Weather conditions such as snow, wind, rain, and even the sun can destroy your roof. Our Silicone roofing solutions prevent your current roof, whatever the type, from succumbing to the harsh environment it’s exposed to day after day. Silicone roof coatings are remarkably versatile and have many applications.

What Silicone can do for you

Energy Shield’s silicone roof coatings will indefinitely withstand even the harshest weather conditions and UV rays. They will never break-down, crack, peel or chalk. Not to mention, they’re very lightweight, and being fluid applied, have no seams. It can withstand permanent ponding water, and tremendous resistance to mildew, mold, and staining.

Silicone Roof Coatings Composition

gacoflex s20
Original Roof

Standard roofing material with mechanical fasteners. Standard paints and other roofing types will break down from weather exposure over time, leading to sagging, holes, and ultimately leaks, ponding water and collapse.

Primer/Filler

GacoFlex E5320 2-Part Epoxy Primer/Filler. This layer will fill any microscopic holes.

Silicone Coating

GacoFlex S2000 White Solvent-Free 100% Silicone Coating. A seamless, waterproof, reflective coating that will withstand even the harshest UV exposure, and weather conditions.

Combining spray foam and silicone will double down on your energy savings, and offers superior protection in all weather conditions.

Huge cost savings – no tear offs

When you combine an Energy Shield silicone coated spray foam roof, you’ll never need to remove and rebuild your roof again. A tear-off can be costly, affect productivity, downtime, and tenants. You’ll be able to keep everything running, save on labor costs, and help to keep the landfills clear (and save money on disposal fees). And, your roof is no longer a liability.

We can apply it to virtually any roof

There are many different types of roofs, to list a few; elastomeric roof coatings, built-up roofing, metal roofs, mineral cap sheet, and weathered single-ply membranes. Our Silicone Roof Coatings can be used over the top of those to stop leaks, renew and restore.

in 1974 we tried a relatively new roofing system, the spray foam roof. The system performed just as we had hoped and, these roofs are still there and functioning. The ability to re-roof our buildings without a complete tear-off of the old roof is a significant benefit.

Mike LoefflerBusiness Manager, Orchard Lake Schools

Silicone Solutions & Spray Foam

Not only can it be used to protect your roof, but when we combine it with spray foam, we add a level of insulation that can save you lots of money through energy savings. 35% of your energy consumption comes from having a standard roofing material. After we apply the spray foam, we add our Silicone Roof Coating, and not only do you have twice the protection, you also will see a drastic reduction in your energy bills.

Why combine them?

Spray foam roofing has many benefits. Its fluid applied, fills all holes, cracks, and seams. It’s self-flashing, which means it’s a single continuous roof coating over the entire surface. Its an insulator against the sun, and prevents conditioned air from leaving your building through the roof. It’s also waterproof, environmentally friendly, and has a wind uplift rating of zero (this is spectacular). Oh, and in case we forgot, it will permanently stop leaks.

It’s not overkill, but double the protection

Putting a seamless, weatherproof UV coating over the top of that may seem like overkill. But that silicone roof coating can withstand all weather conditions forever. You’re doubling down on your roof protection, investment, and your tremendous energy savings.

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