Whether for a flat roof or a gently sloping roof, elastomeric membrane roofing is an advantageous choice. Its resistance and durability will easily answer all your concerns about your roof. By the end of this post, you will definitely consider getting this type of coating on your roof.
Resistance and durability
The composition of this coating in two distinct layers, which are fused during installation to get the most out of each of them.
The base (or bottom) layer is made of elastomeric material. It is a material with high elasticity. Objects that strike it can bounce off it without fear of damaging it. If it deforms, it regains its shape just as easily, without any damage to its structure. The second coat is a finishing coat. Its role is however much broader than the guarantee of a neat and pleasant aestheticism. The granules that form it increase resistance to impact and tearing.
Once fused, the two layers provide your coating with a strong seal, which makes it impermeable to bad weather as well as solidity, which also keeps it resistant, regardless of the weather conditions. With the elastomeric membrane roof coating, there is no need to worry about ice and snow in the coldest months from December to February. You no longer have to worry about heatwaves in summer. Despite the difference of more than 60 degrees celsius in temperatures over a year, despite rain, snow, ice, and wind, such a coating can remain effective for up to 35 years.