It's no secret that an aluminum roof will degrade over time, particularly if it's a flat roof which sees heavy weather or frequent foot traffic. As the roof gets weaker, it'll start leaking more, as well as increasingly being unable to effectively keep your temperature-controlled air within the building. Over the years, the question of whether you have to repair or replace your roof will start to come up.If your roof is in the proper condition, aluminum roof coating could be the right option - it's far less expensive than re-roofing, and can extend the life of the roof by many years. However, that most depend on the condition of your roof.
There will be times when no amount of ad-hoc restoration will fix a roof which has become substantially degraded. Or, at least, you won't get real value from the money you spend trying to restore it since the restoration attempts won't last long.You probably won't be able to avoid having a metal roof replaced if:
In such cases, your best option will be to go ahead and have the roof replaced. However, if the roof is not in such bad condition - or if it's newly installed and you want to protect it from the start - there's another option: aluminum roof coating.
Roof coatings can be made of rubber, acrylic, or various other materials, but the end result is a rubbery membrane which covers your entire roof. This membrane can:
Aluminum roof coatings can be applied to virtually any type of roof, regardless of pitch/angle, and come in many formulations to fit your specific needs.Is a roof coating restoration the right option for your roof?