Roof and Cladding painting is a specialty of ours and we are the market leaders in this area with a very long, proven track record of large successful painting contracts.
We expertly and carefully treat any roof rust, correctly prepare the roof and then apply the protective paint coating to the roof. The type of paint and specification used will be specifically and correctly selected for your roof and your requirements. We use a number of tried and tested, first rate quality paint products from reputable suppliers.
Some of these paint products include:
- Acrylic paints
A multi-coat system, that when used in conjunction with our rust preparation techniques will give your roof an extended lifespan. Additionally a large range of colour applications are available .
- Epoxy paints
Compared with other paint applications, epoxy paints have superior corrosion resistance, last longer and offer “marine grade” protection for your roof. These coatings are specifically recommended for properties located in corrosive environments or for extensive roof corrosion protection.
- Polyurethane paints
These are similar to epoxy paints. When compared with mainstream paint products, polyurethane paints offer superior corrosion resistance. This application can be tailored to your roof needs in order to achieve maximum corrosion protection. There are also a wide range of colours to choose from.
- Silver (bitumen aluminium) paints
Generally used over previous bitumen coatings or on torched waterproofing systems. We can apply this system as needed to restore your previous roof coatings.
- Radiant Heat Barrier paints / Heat Reflective paints
Radiant Heat Barrier/Heat Reflective paints when applied to roof surfaces will substantially decrease the temperature inside resulting in more comfortable living/working conditions and reducing electricity used on air conditioning. For some clients it is vital to maintain cooler temperatures inside the building to protect stock, machinery etc. Roof heat reflective barrier paints can greatly assist this.
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