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Roof coating is a monolithic and fully adhered fluid applied over the roofs. If applied properly, it helps to extend the life of the roof, ultimately saving the cost of re roofing. It has many outstanding features which makes it an important component of roof construction and finishing. When applied over the roof, it acts as a top layer over the underlying roofing system. There are many types of roof coatings available in the market. Some of them include polymer-modified acrylic elastomers and polyureas, asphalt cutbacks and emulsions, silicones, SPF and high-performance urethanes. Also if broadly categorized, white roof coatings, tinted roof coatings, elastomeric, aluminum and metal roof coatings are some of the most commonly employed roof coatings.
I would definitely use a superior quality roof coating and not try to save on inferior ones, regardless of which types of roof you have, and I definitely recommend using an airless sprayer for the best results.
Thanks for the information. I have never heard of most of those roof coatings. Are most of them applied with a sprayer or does each application vary? It looks like I need to get in contact with an <a href="www.mosshomeimprovements.com/">Indianapolis roofing contractor</a> to go over the technical aspects of a roof coating.
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