Residential Silicone Roofing
A Silicone Restoration Membrane (SRM) is a fluid applied silicone coating sprayed directly onto an existing roof system. … A silicone roof coating is a single layer of silicone that’s rolled or sprayed on as a liquid to fill in cracks, blisters, and seams.
Before we look at the silicone roof coating process, it is important to understand why we are so passionate about silicone roof coatings. There are many different types of roof coatings on the market today, but silicone is widely revered as the “Cadillac” of the roof coating market. It is generally the most expensive option when looking at material costs, but there is good reason for this increased cost. Silicone coatings have been developed over many decades for many different applications, and these years of development have made it a strong, UV resistant, moisture curing, non-chalking, environmentally friendly product.
Once installed, many people don’t know what silicone roof coatings provide, and how beneficial they are. They provide protection from the elements, as coatings create a seamless, waterproof, monolithic membrane that stops leaks and resists ponding water. Silicone roof coatings are also reflective, meaning they keep the surface of the roof cool despite the sun’s rays, meaning your building stays at the proper temperature.