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Roof Painting

Roof painting can completely rejuvenate your Roof

This is the real truth about roof painting. 

  • Extend roof life by up to 15 years after a simple paint application
  • Enjoy a cleaner roof with significantly less moss, mould and algae
  • Have a healthier drier roof that’s water resistant but still breathable
  • Get a roof that’ll stay brighter for longer by inhibiting the build up of dirt and grime
Roof Painting

Things to Consider

Commercial painters can determine if your roof’s substrate is suitable for coating, or if something else should be considered in its place. Some of the things to consider include:

  • Type of Roof – This is one of the most important things that you will need to know before anything else, as it can dictate what can or cannot be done. This will also determine what kind of paint should be used on your substrate.
  • Surface Cleaning – Before anything is done, the roof should be thoroughly cleaned. This can take a while, primarily if the commercial structure is located under any trees or if there are a large number of pollutants within the air.
  • The Condition of Substrate – If there is any damage to the surface, it will need to be evaluated and repaired if possible. If any of the surfaces are too damaged, then a replacement will more than likely be the solution.
  • Inspection of Connective Hardware –Before any paint is applied to the surface of the substrate, it is essential that all hardware such as mounting screws, nails, or any other form of bonding is inspected. If there is anything that is loose or needs to be replaced, now is the time to get it done.
  • Layers of Existing Paint – In some cases your commercial roof might have had multiple coatings added through the years. If this is the case, as many layers need to be taken off as possible before adding any new layers. If the build-up is too severe, then those surfaces might have to be replaced. This is to ensure that the paint will be able to bond securely with the existing layers.