Different kinds of roofs can be saved with an elastomeric roof coating .One that greatly resembles rubber once it’s applied.
Benefit to choose an elastomeric roof coating is that it can be used on any surface type. Metal, single-ply applications, built-up applications, modified bitumen, and much more even applied to freshly sprayed polyurethane foam. Unlike some other coatings, elastomeric coatings can handle those and ones with just about any type of slant to them. When the temperature goes up and then retreat to its original shape, it gets colder out and resists cracking. Like rubber, it can stretch.
Four main types of elastomeric coating are as follows:
Acrylic Elastomeric Coating
The most widely used elastomeric roof coating with a positive slope also displays superior longevity and is easy to clean and considered an environmentally friendly option.
It works especially well on roofs that are made from modified bitumen, asphalt built-up, or single plied roofing. This variety can resist the pressure of pooling water.
Polyurethane elastomeric coating will further help ensure the roof’s overall protection especially good for roofs made from modified bitumen or a single-ply application of PVC or TPO.
Silicone Elastomeric Coatings
Silicone elastomeric coating displays excellent weathering. Whether the foam was just recently sprayed or needs a new layer for protection, this is a great choice.
It’s hard to think of a better option than the rubber-like elastomeric coating. Its excellent durability, resistance against weather conditions work best for roof.