Liquid Applied Roofing is a waterproofing membrane constructed in place with resin and a reinforcing polyester that gets sprayed, or roller applied, usually in two separate coats.
Liquid Applied Roofing is suitable for all roof types – flat, sloped or domed and is ideal for confined urban spaces.
A liquid applied roof gets installed over an existing roof which eliminates the need for a tear off, helping to reduce landfill waste and offering a sustainable and renewable solution for roof restoration.
Liquid Applied Roofing systems are a cost-effective way to restore a deteriorating, but functioning roof, into a longer-lasting, highly efficient weatherproofing system.
Liquid Applied Roofs are monolithic, which means there are no seams. By removing the primary source of leaks, it makes them an excellent option for waterproofing.
During installation, harmful or strong odors are at very low levels, and noise or general construction inconvenience is kept to a minimum, which means businesses can typically stay open while the work is being carried out.
Liquid Applied Roofs are highly reflective, reducing the roof surface temperature by 50-80F, which means less heat transfer into the building resulting in lower energy costs.