Does Liquid Roofing Work for Any Type of Roof?

Liquid roofing has many benefits. Being watertight, weatherproof, and resistant to harmful chemicals are only a few of the reasons why so many people choose this option for their commercial roofs. But you may be wondering whether liquid roofing is the right solution for your building. As it turns out, this water-based, non-toxic mixture is very versatile. Champion Services Roof Rescue is proud to offer this affordable, convenient alternative to roof replacement for many types of commercial roofs.

Is Liquid Roofing Viable for My Roof?

You’d be hard-pressed to find an instance where liquid roofing wouldn’t be an option. Here are just a few examples of compatible roofing materials:

  • EPDM
  • TPO thermoplastic (even with failing modifiers)
  • Granulated and smooth modified
  • Slick finished BUR roof systems
  • Duro-Last
  • Hypalon
  • PVC thermoplastic roof membranes
  • Commercial metal roofs
  • Foam

These silicone coatings can be reapplied as necessary. They can also be applied over other coatings that are already on your roof.

The best part about liquid roofing is that it sets as soon as it is applied. Why is this important? As you well know, storms in South Carolina can cause some serious damage. If spring and summer storms are on the way and you suspect your roof is damaged, you’ll want to get it repaired as quickly as possible. With liquid roofing, you don’t need to worry. The silicone coating is immediately dry to the touch. The moisture barrier will be at least partially functional right from the start. Beyond that, the coating only takes 72 hours to completely cure. Your roof will be as good as new in almost no time at all.

If you’re having problems with your commercial roof, give Champion Services Roof Rescue a call today. Our team of experts will be happy to take a look and give you a free estimate. We’ll also recommend the right type of coating for your roof. Talk to us for personal service in Rock Hill, York County, Lancaster County, and other areas of South Carolina.