Roof coatings can extend your system’s service life for many years. In this post, Kerrigan Roofing & Restoration discusses some of the other benefits you can reap from applying our coatings on your system.
UV Light Protection
Kerrigan Roofing & Restoration uses Gaco roof coating products that provide a renewable surface, protecting the underlying membrane from heat and ultraviolet (UV) light exposure. This slows down the aging process of your roofing in Dayton, Ohio. Our highly reflective white coatings, moreover, improve your system’s long-term performance by significantly reducing the temperature of the membrane.
As reflective coatings can reflect 60-85 percent of solar energy, its installation can reduce your home’s heat load and lower your cooling costs. It is a smart move to invest in our high-quality reflective coating as they can quickly pay for themselves in energy savings.
Our Gaco coating contains good waterproofing materials that help prevent leaks. It also helps reduce and control corrosion on metal roofs, which is one of the main culprits behind leaks. These coatings provide seamless waterproofing, helping prevent pooling and other common leak sources from developing. In addition, our coating is elastomeric in nature, which means it can stretch to accommodate the highs and lows of Ohio’s weather.
As an environmentally responsible roofing contractor in Columbus, OH, we offer coatings that can help minimize construction debris resulting from roof tear-off and replacement. Our coatings also reduce the heat island effect that your roof contributes to by regulating your home’s solar gain and heat retention.
Kerrigan Roofing & Restoration can apply coatings on both residential and commercial systems. Our contractors know how to expertly apply both quick-set spray applications and high-reflective coating. This means we can complete the job in little time so as to not disrupt your daily routine. For a free estimate, call us today at (937) 310-7831 if you’re in Dayton; (614) 423-5740 if you’re in Columbus; or (513) 445-6190 if you’re in Cincinnati.
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