FLUID-APPLIED ROOF RESTORATION

 
 
 
 
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Our Fluid-Applied Silicone Roof System can be used in the restoration of most types of commercial and insustrial flat roofs, including Tar & Gravel, Modified Bitumen, TPO, EPDM and PVC.

 
 
 
 
 

SILICONE SYSTEM BENEFITS


 
 
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SEAMLESS MEMBRANE

95% of roof leaks on single ply membranes are due to failure of seams. Our fluid applied systems are monolithic. No seams. No Leaks.

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COST EFFECTIVE

Our restoration systems are generally half the cost of roof replacement. This allows you to upgrade twice the roof coverage on the same budget.

 
 
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NO TEAR OFF REQUIRED

Eliminating any interference with production save you money and keeps unnecessary waste out of our landfills.

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Energy Star Approved

The white, reflective finish reduces cooling costs during the summer.

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LIFETIME SOLUTION

Only the silicone top coat needs to be re-applied to renew your minimum 15 year warranty.

 
 
 

TAR & GRAVEL ROOF RESTORATION PROCESS

 

Our Silicone Roof System is a fluid-applied solution that is fully adhered to your existing tar and gravel roof. We achieve this by removing the gravel and using a planer to make your roof smooth. Roof deficiencies are addressed, penetrations are reinforced and then a combination of silicone and polyester fabric are used to build your new seamless roof surface. The result is a long lasting, fully adhered, fully reinforced, seamless membrane with superior weatherability.

 
 
 

step 1

The loose gravel material is removed from the roof.

step 2

The roof is then planed to a smooth finish and thoroughly cleaned.

step 3

Deficiencies are addressed, and leaks are patched.

step 4

An acrylic primer base coat is applied.

step 5

The fully reinforced fluid-applied silicone system is installed.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Contact us for a Free Roof Inspection and Consultation

Brubacher Roofing Systems
PO Box 324, Elmira, ON
N3B 2Z7

1-800-323-8142


 
 
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