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FAYETTEVILLE, GA ELASTOMERIC ROOF COATING SERVICES
Do you think you require a completely new business roofing system? While you may feel like you need to get a new roofing system, you may in actuality simply require a roof restoration. As another option to roof replacement, restorations save resources and reduce the amount of aged roof materials headed for the landfill. Elastomeric roof coatings represent the top option in roof restoration. The team at Venture Roofing are trained and experienced in Elastomeric Roof coating and offer our services in Fayetteville and surrounding areas.
In addition to our roofing clients in the 30214 and 30215 zip codes of Fayetteville, Venture Roofing also services residential & commercial clients in Acworth, Alpharetta, Atlanta, Austell, Buckhead, Cobb County, Conyers, Dallas, Decatur, Doraville, Douglasville, Duluth, Dunwoody, East Point, Fayette County, Forest Park, Forsyth, Fulton County, Griffin, Henry County, Hiram, Jonesboro, Johns Creek, Kennesaw, Lawrenceville, Lithonia, Marietta, McDonough, Midtown, Newnan, Norcross, Peachtree City, Powder Springs, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Smyrna and more with Roof Damage Repair, New Roof Installation, Roof Maintenance, Gutter Cleaning, New Gutter Installation and more!
One great advantage to a roof coating is that, in many cases, it negates the need to tear off the old roof and haul it off to landfill. This not only saves the building owner the cost of a complete tear off, it also helps preserve the environment by reducing landfill waste. And, in most cases, a roof coating qualifies as building maintenance which can lead to huge tax breaks for the building owner.
Other obvious advantages to such a roof coating are a completely waterproof roof and a stronger roof surface. Roof coatings are durable and expandable. Once cured, roof coatings can be walked on for roof top maintenance and upgrades.
One hidden advantage to a roof coating is that it is elastomeric, or as it is sometimes called, a "rubber roof". Elastomeric means the coating is rubber-like and has the ability to expand or contract and then return to its original shape. This hidden benefit is very important because of its ability to handle the effects of thermocycling, which is the process of going from hot to cold, and is a major contributor to premature roof failure.
Besides affordable installation, a roof coating can save the building owner with climate control and energy costs savings. A bright white roof coating can lower a building's roof top temperature by several degrees which makes it easier and more affordable to control the interior climate resulting in lower electricity bills.