How Do I Cool my Roof Down this Summer?

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Solacoat Difference - Stop The Heat Before It Enters Your Home.As the summer months are just around the corner, it is a good time to start to think of ways to improve how to keep your house cool through warmer months from the roof and around the home’s environment.

RoofWest Roof Restorations are your roofing specialists when it comes to preparing your roof for the seasons ahead. Now introducing a new product called Solar Cool Roof System.

Solar Cool Roof System is a metal primer consistency followed by top coating. This is a revolutionary water based membrane that has the reflective capabilities of up to 84.9% of the suns rays, protecting your homes roof and outdoor areas where it matters most.

The product is of a porous consistency and is able to fill relatively small imperfections in materials of tile, timber and fibro board surfaces.

Why you should turn your Roof into a Solacoat Cool Roof

  • Reflection of Infrared Light
  • Assists in rust, corrosion and thermal expansion
  • Assists in protecting properties and assets that are heat sensitive

Reflection of Infrared Light

Before and After SolacoatReflection of Infrared Light away from the Roofs surface, walls and pavements giving a cooler surface, then reduces the heat getting into our homes.

Assists in inhibiting rust, corrosion and thermal expansion

The primers add a shield that acts as a water proof barrier protecting the material from moisture and elements that can cause the erosions, also giving thermal expansion, this helps with

Assists in protecting properties and assets that are heat sensitive

Solarcoat Cool Roof can be applied to Roofs, walls and concrete flooring and due to its reflective capabilities, the surrounds are also given protection.

Would you like to know more on how to get your Home Cooler this summer?

Contact RoofWest Roof Restorations today 9795 9990 and turn your tired old roof, walls and paths or driveways into a money saving asset.

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