Full Roof Replacement

Protective Cool Coatings

Metal Roof Restoration

Leak Repair

Free Roof Inspection

Partial Roof Replacement

Step By Step

Step 1

Step 1: Prep and Primer

After the roof is cleaned and roofing material is removed from roof drains, a thin coat of black primer is applied. This helps bind dust, heat the roof surface up, and create better adhesion

Step 2: Penetrations and Crickets: Improve Drainage

We can customize our roof’s design to each building. This roof had poor drainage resulting in ponding between the roof drains. Triangular “crickets” are installed first to help direct water toward the drains. Then all of the roof penetrations receive up to 3″ of foam, this adds significant structural support and prevents leaks where they are most likely to occur.

Step 3: Application of Spray Foam

Spray foam is both and insulator and a waterproofer. The high density foam is applied to a desired thickness over the field of the whole roof. Typically 1″ thickness is used, however thicker layers can be installed for more insulation.

Step 4: Application of Elastomeric Coating

Spray foam is waterproof, but it looses this property if it exposed to UV damage over long periods. Elastomeric coatings provide this protection. The initial thickness of the coatings determine the initial warranty, which can be renewed with subsequent re-coats of the top layer of coating.