Roof Coatings & Restoration
The Commercial Roofing Contractor That Cares About Your Bottom Line
If your residential flat roof or your commercial roofing system is showing signs of wear, it might be time to replace it. However, you could save money and time by considering roof coatings from Arrowhead Roofing. With the ability to restore your system to like-new condition and address a variety of issues, roof coating can save you the expense and headache of a full replacement. As the area’s premier commercial roofing contractor, Arrowhead Roofing is the company to turn to for restorative roof coatings.
What Is a Roof Coating?
Rolled on or sprayed on, a roof coating is a fully adhered, seamless membrane. Depending on the weather, the team at Arrowhead Roofing can complete a roof coating project in less than an afternoon. Typically, roof coatings are designed to expand and retract with roofing materials. In this way, the coating remains unaffected and adhered to the roof to prevent any tears in the membrane.
The Benefits of Roof Coatings
Besides the obvious advantage of saving you time, money and hassle, roof coatings offer a long list of benefits, including:
- They prevent solar heat gain and loss, helping you to cut down on your energy use and utility bills.
- They can add up to 10 years of life to your roofing system and they can be reapplied indefinitely.
- Applying a roof coating creates less debris and waste than a complete tear-off and removal.
Is a Roof Coating Right for Your Property?
A number of factors, including the structural integrity of your roof, will determine whether a roof coating is the right choice for your particular roofing system. Almost all types of roofs can be coated — metal, spray polyurethane, single-ply, modified bitumen and built-up roof systems.
Call Us for a Coating Estimate
Arrowhead Roofing is the commercial roofing contractor to turn to for professional and prompt roof coating projects. To schedule your free estimate, call us today at (918) 743-9257 or contact us online. We serve businesses across the southeast United States.