Roof Coatings And Services In El Paso

As homeowners, we expect our roofs to protect us from the elements, but did you know there is more it can be doing? When a high-quality roof coating is applied to your roof, it can actively fight against leaks while also helping you save money on your energy bills every month by preventing drafts and keeping your home cooler.

At Smith & Ramirez Roofing, we can help you benefit from all the things a roof coating offers including improving the quality of your roof. This way, you can save money and have a more durable roof.

Roof Coatings Vs. Liquid Applied Roof Systems

Roof coatings are made from high-quality materials such as silicone, polyurethane, acrylic, and asphalt, and are applied to roofs to extend their lifespans and levels of usefulness while better protecting them from the elements. They are more commonly applied during new roof installations and construction projects but can also be applied to existing foundations. Coatings work because they’re thick, thicker than paint, and are resilient in protecting your roof from issues that can cause severe damage. Roof coatings can be applied to both residential and commercial roofs to give your home or business an extra layer of protection.

Liquid applied roof systems are different from coatings because rather than just being an extra layer coated onto your roof, they’re an actual roof system applied via a liquid membrane. We specifically work with Hydro Stop liquid applied roofing systems. What’s great about a liquid applied roof is they’re a bit simpler to install. We don’t have tear off the old roof or use heavy equipment to get the job done. And the best part is you don’t have to worry about building closures as we do this. Life can go on as normal while we work.

A roof coating may be a good idea if your roof is still in pretty good shape but needs an extra layer of protection. A liquid applied roof system, on the other hand, can be a good replacement for roofs that are on their last legs since this is a full-fledged roof system. We will analyze the condition of your roof and the area it is located in to determine which would be best to add to your roof.

The Benefits Of A Liquid Applied Hydro Stop Roof System

There are many benefits to having a roof coating added to your roof, especially when it’s done by professionals like the Smith & Ramirez Roofing team. These benefits include:

  • Reduction in energy costs
  • Longer lifespan for your roof (up to 50 years with regular recoatings)
  • No accessories required
  • No building closure during the application process
  • UV and weather resistant
  • Budget conscious
  • Greener technology
  • Can be applied toward LEED points
  • Reduce greenhouse emissions
  • Tax deductible

Roofs are integral parts of any building or structure. That being said, why not do what we can to improve them, so they’re being used to their full potential? That’s exactly what having a roof coating added to your home does.

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Types Of Coatings

You have options when it comes to the materials used for your roof coating. Below are the pros and cons of each, so you can make a more informed decision:

  • Silicone
  • Fluoropolymers
  • Acrylic
  • Urethanes

Each material has its pros and cons, but all of them are great for roof coating purposes. We’ll help you determine which is best for your needs and budget so you can be completely satisfied with the final result.

Residential And Commercial Options

Roof coatings can be used for both residential and commercial purposes. A roof coating can be applied to low sloping roofs on buildings of all kinds, from homes and apartments to stores and industrial structures. Because they work so well, we recommend them to our customers.

Contact Us Today!

If you’re looking to have a roof coating applied to your home, a new roof installed, or anything else in between, Smith & Ramirez Roofing is the place to call. Contact us today to learn more about the roofing services we offer to both homeowners and business owners in the El Paso area.

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