Silicone Roof Repair and Restoration Solutions
At Aldo Coatings we manufacture roof coatings that provide lasting repair and restoration solutions for leaking roofs. For more than 35 years we have assisted contractors and facility managers with the right solution for their commercial building roof.
The Aldo product line includes Silicone, Acrylic and Polyurethane coatings for repair and restoration of a variety of roof systems including metal, membrane, and modified bitumen roofs. Reflective cool roof coatings are a specialty of Aldo and allow building owners to realize energy cost savings through reducing the building’s roof surface temperatures during peak cooling seasons.
ALDOCOAT SILICONE ROOF COATING PRODUCTS
FOR USE: metal roofs, single ply membranes, granulated modified bitumen and sprayed-in-place polyurethane foam roofing
Create a roof with a seamless membrane that seals out all water and prevents any future damage. Pooling water, strong UV rays, and intense wind are no match for our silicone roof sealant. Silicone works well for a variety of roof types including metal, singly ply membrane, granulated modified bitumen, and sprayed-in-place polyurethane foam roofing.
Silicone Roof Coating Benefits
Energy Savings – Save energy and money by installing silicone coating that reflects UV rays and keeps the roof surface cool.
Flexibility – Silicone coatings expand and contract alongside weather conditions without ensuing damage. This trait makes our silicone products a great choice for buildings located in fluctuating climates.
Water Resistant – Once our silicone coating is applied and cured, leaks are no longer an issue. Even ponding water can’t get in, because without seams, there’s no way through.
Avoid Costly Replacements – Restoring your roof with silicone roof coating can extend its life by 15 years and do so at a more cost-effective price than a full replacement.
Zero Down Time – Go on with business as usual as your roof is repaired to its fully-functional state. The minimal disruptions and short project duration make this an easy project to check off your list.
Easy Installation – Prep the surface area by power washing, apply primer if needed, then apply the silicone coating. It’s that simple. No major structural changes are necessary.
Re-Application – Within 10-15 years of applying silicone roof coating, you can spray the roof surface with a new coating, right over the existing coating. After that, it will protect your roof for another 10-15 years.
When you’re assessing a new project and looking for the right material, it’s important to weigh silicone roof coating pros and cons. There is a huge pro we haven’t mentioned yet. Imagine your roof is in good condition but its warranty is coming to an end. Instead of spending high-dollar on a brand new roof, silicone roof coating steps in, fixing minor damage while saving you money AND renewing your warranty. You can’t argue with that.
At Aldo Coatings, we currently carry two of the best silicone roof coating products on the market. ALDOCOAT 395 is a one-part silicone elastomeric coating that’s durable, seamless, waterproof and so much more. ALDOCOAT 397 has many similar properties, but also has a high-yield and low VOC. Both products act as a protective coating that stands up to the elements and exceeds all expectations.
Ready to get started on your project? Let us know by contacting our team here or giving us a call toll-free at 800 474-6019. We’ll help answer your questions about products, application, and pricing. Our extensive lineup of coatings is sure to cover the exact type of product you need.
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What our customers are saying…
“Aldo Coatings goes the extra mile, and we know that we can always rely upon Bob and Josh for good products and service. We have had great success with their silicone, acrylic and polyurethane coatings.”
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