Coatings Challenge: A structurally sound roof on a beautiful stucco building
With a low investment, and ease of installation, GAF coatings are a great way to grow your business, whether you’re a low slope or steep slope contractor. Welcome to the GAF Coatings Challenge with Michelle Carlin, GAF senior product manager, coatings.
- A structurally sound roof on a beautiful stucco building.
- Subject to a lot of rain and the roof gets hit with a lot of standing water.
- Winter is approaching and the roofer would like to move fast.
- What coating would YOU choose?
- It’s a structurally sound building, so a coating is definitely a viable option.
- Potential for standing water indicates a silicone roof coating.
- Cold weather suggests choosing a coating that can be applied at lower temperatures.
- Stucco retains run-off and may wind up looking messy, so look for a product that resists chalking.
- Silicone can be applied at a minimum temperature ten degrees lower than acrylics.
- This makes it more likely that the contractor can complete the job before the weather makes it infeasible.
Get to know more about one of the most popular commercial roofing systems, including resources for training and education, at the Liquid Membrane Roofing Systems page at gaf.com
For informational purposes only. Always review published application instructions, product Safety Data Sheets, and Limited Warranty on GAF Liquid-Applied Roof Coatings for complete coverage and restrictions. For technical, system, and warranty information, visit gaf.com or call 1-800-766-3411.