Metal Roof Coatings

A metal roof coating protects your metal roof by encapsulating rust even if the roof is heavily corroded. It repairs leaks by sealing cracks and seams. Applying an elastomeric coating is a cost-effective way to preserve your metal roof without the cost and disruption of tearing off an existing roof and replacing it.

Metal Roof with Asphalt Mastic

Lasting Metal Roof Repairs

Metal roofs leak along the seams and penetrations. A majority of metal roof replacements are premature. If it's leaking, coat it!

Metal Roof Restoration Specifications

Types of Metal Roof Coatings

So many choices.

Acrylic is a water-based, cost-effective solution for metal roofs. They can be tinted easily and are not slippery when damp but can't handle ponding water which isn't a problem with metal roofs. Butyl is a solvent-based, vapor retarder and is suitable for locations with high humidity. Polyurethane is great for sealing fasteners, flashings and coating gutters. Silicone performs well in areas that pond water and is great for low-slope metal roofs or gutters.

EnergyGuard Acrylic Coating

EnergyGuard Acrylic Coating

A cost-effective roof repair solution for a variety of roofs that don't pond water but it is most commonly used for metal and spray foam roofs.

EnergyGuard Butyl Coating

EnergyGuard Butyl Coating

An extremely elastic, vapor barrier coating with 900% elongation. Restore rusted metal, aged asphalt and spray foam on cold storage buildings.

EnergyGuard Aromatic Polyurethane

EnergyGuard Aromatic Polyurethane

A high solid, single component, roof coating for restoring asphalt, single-ply and spray foam roofs. It's an excellent basecoat for our silicone roof coatings.

EnergyGuard Silicone Coating

EnergyGuard Silicone Coating

Withstands permanent ponding water. Restore your aged built-up, modified bitumen, EPDM and spray foam roof.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Metal roofs are typically coated anywhere from 6 to 12 years after installation and much earlier if corrosion has started. 

Service life varies with environment and type of coating. Warm, humid and corrosive environments may necessitate an earlier recoat.

Once coated, consider re-coating every 10 to 15 years. Recoats can cost less since the contractor is just spraying another layer and not doing any of the usual prep.

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