Roof leaks can quickly become costly repairs – even a minor leak can cause serious damage to the interior of your home or business. Repairing it quickly is essential, but you need to know more about your options here. While there are certainly many potential repair solutions, Liquid Rubber is an ideal choice for many homes and business locations. What makes it such a good choice?
One Application in Many Instances
One of the most important advantages of Liquid Rubber for roof repairs is that in many instances, all you need is a single coating. Just apply the material to your roof, let it cure, and you’re done. Many competing products require at least two coats, and some need more than that. Every coat represents more time, effort and cost.
Possibly No Primer Needed
With most competing products, you’ll need a coating of primer below the rubber in order to ensure a complete seal. That’s not the case with Liquid Rubber in all instances. For instance, most metal roofs do not need any primer applied. That includes galvanized, aluminum and copper roofing. You also don’t need to use primer if you’re applying Liquid Rubber to an EPDM rubber roof, or to vinyl or acrylic. However, you will need a coat of primer if you have one of the following roof types:
- Built-up asphalt
- Modified asphalt roll roofing
- Asphalt shingles
- Sanded stainless steel
The need to “go green” has become apparent and matters a great deal to today’s home and business owners. The less impact you have on the environment, the better. Liquid Rubber is one of the few environmentally-friendly liquid roof coating solutions on the market today, allowing you to repair your roof without causing further environmental damage, or exposing yourself, your family or your customers to noxious, possibly toxic, fumes.
Simple to Apply
With most roofing products, installation is a complicated, drawn out process. Reroofing with asphalt shingles can take a week depending on the size of your roof. Rolling out asphalt roofing rolls is only marginally faster. However, Liquid Rubber goes on fast – it can even be sprayed on with the right equipment. That ensures the shortest possible time to completion, giving you the protection you need from leak-related damage in less time.
The Ultimate in Water Resistance
All roofs must be able to resist water, but this is particularly important in the case of flat roofs, where ponding water can be a year-round threat. Liquid Rubber is up to the task. In fact, it can withstand being completely submerged for the entire year, which is not something that competing products can claim. Add to that the fact that it is freeze and heat resistant from 40 degrees below to 300 degrees F, and you begin to see just how high-performing it is.
When it comes to repairing your roof or re-roofing entirely, the choice is clear – Liquid Roof offers the performance, benefits and environmental protection that you demand.