Liquid Applied Roof
If your commercial roof doesn’t need a total tear-off but does need a new surface, liquid-applied roofing may be the right solution for your building. One of our expert roofing contractors is standing by to go over all available ‘liquid applied’ options.
Liquid Applied Roof Surface
If you’re interested in learning whether your commercial roof could benefit from one of the many liquid-applied roofing products from GAF, contact AnyWeather Roofing today. We’ll perform an inspection of your current roofing system and advise you which roof sealant would best meet your needs.
Depending on where in the Tri-State area you are located, contact our Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, or Dayton, OH location today for all your local area commercial roofing contractor needs.
Types of Liquid-Applied Commercial Roofing Solutions
If your commercial roof doesn’t need a total tear-off but does need a new surface, liquid-applied roofing may be the right solution for your building. There are many different types of liquid-applied roof surfaces including:
- Acrylics / Elastomeric acrylic roof coatings
- Liquid Membranes
- Silicones (High Solids or Solvent Based)
- Urethanes Technologies
All of liquid applied roofing solutions have the same goal: to protect the contents of your building from moisture.
Benefits of Liquid-Applied Roof Coatings
One of the most cited benefits of liquid-applied roofing is the fact it can encompass every element on your roof. It can be spread on pipes, around equipment and skylights. No other roofing membrane can so easily cover roof protrusions. Because there are no seams, it has a higher resistance to leaks. Liquid-applied roofing is sometimes called a waterproofing membrane because of its seamless application.
Another benefit is that it is applied cold, unlike some other roofing materials which require either a torch or hot tar for proper sealing. It is a cost-effective solution to many roofing issues.
Regardless of which BUR product you choose, it will be one of the most inexpensive commercial roofing products over the entire life-cycle. If your roof has high traffic, the multiple layers and exceptional tensile strength make BUR an excellent choice. Because the final layer is gravel, it stands up to both wind and fire better than many other options.