When your roof system begins to show signs of wear and tear, you may be tempted to complete a full replacement. Roof coatings offer a great alternative to roof replacement, and, in many cases, can provide complete protection from the elements. However, there are points to consider before applying a roof coating.
Restoration can repair many damages on a roof system. Restoration coatings can eliminate small abrasions, separation problems, and water damage. However, roof coatings won’t work for bigger problems like holes, large abrasions, and serious separation problems. If your roof system is missing material, this material will need to be replaced before applying the roof coating for optimal results.
Roof coatings can provide a uniform, vibrant appearance to any roof. Its bright white or tinted color can bring life back to a drab, overworn roof system. But, the natural look of shingles, wood, or tile will be lost to the uniform coverage of the coating.
Roof coatings are known for offering unbeatable protection against water, wind, UV rays, and much more. In fact, coating your roof system can enhance its UV protection by up to 40 percent, lowering energy costs and premature damages. Coatings will offer protection for up to 10 years but will have to be reapplied to sustain its protective qualities.
Whether you have a shingle roof or a metal system, just about any roof material can be improved with the help of a restorative roof coating. These coatings offer complete protection while delivering a new, uniform appearance that really lasts. For best results with your roof coating, call the Allstate Roofing, LLC experts for advice on the best formula and expert application for maximum results. Call us now at 513-342-8544 to learn more.