What You Should Know About Roof Coatings
At Engel Coatings Inc, we offer high quality roof coatings to help homeowners in the El Paso area keep their roofs in great condition at all times. We offer a wide variety of different coatings, all of which provide great benefits to roofing systems and to homes. Roof coatings can be an excellent investment for any kind of commercial or residential properties, and our La Cruces Painting Contractors can help you find the perfect coatings for your roof before providing you with a high quality installation.
Many of our clients have a lot of questions about roof coating that they want to have answered before they hire us. To help you better understand our products and services, here are a few things you should know about roof coatings:
Elastomeric Roof Coatings Can Increase Your Roof’s Lifespan
Roof coating will allow your your roofing to last for a much longer period of time by providing these great benefits:
- It creates a IV light barrier that prevents degradation.
- It helps your roofing resist blistering under extended water ponding.
- It provides low temperature flexibility.
- It reduces daytime roof temperatures.
With an elastomeric roof coating, you’ll save a significant amount of money on roofing repairs and replacements.
They’re Useful With a Variety of Roofing Materials
Our elastomeric roof coatings are formulated to adhere to a wide range of roofing materials, including:
- Metal roofs
- Composite roofing
- Galvanized metals
- Cedar shakes
- Concrete tile
- Asphalt shingles
- And more!
We’ll work with you to find the perfect roof coatings for your home and your roofing material.
Roof Coatings Can Reduce Your Cooling Costs
One of the biggest concerns that homeowners in El Paso have is their cooling costs. It’s not uncommon for the temperatures to reach over 100° F, so keeping your home cool is a safety and health concern as much as it is important to your comfort. Our elastomeric roof coatings are Energy Star qualified, and they’ll be able to lower the temperature of your roofing by an average of 7-10° by reflecting damaging ultraviolet and infrared sunlight. This allows for cooler and roof and building temperatures, which in turn lowers your monthly energy costs.