How to Keep The Heat Out Of Your Home?


Roof temp before Solacoat at 28 oCSummer is just around the corner and now is the time to look at ways you can cool down your home before the heat is upon you.

When it comes to trying to cool our homes we use insulation, window tinting and install air conditioning units to try to keep the heat at bay, which gives higher electricity costs due to the absorption of heat making its way through wall cavities and being trapped in the ceiling space.

ROOFWEST Roof Restorations now have a revolutionary product called Solacoat Heat Reflective Coatings.

The Solacoat application system will incorporate a thorough inspection of the roof surface, cleaning and repair where needed. Then the final seal of the solacoat will give your roof the added protection for years to come.

So how does Solacoat work?

  • Keeps your home cooler
  • Reduces your electricity costs
  • Helps to protect the environment

Keeps your home cooler

Solacoat works by reflecting the infrared light that is the heat element in sunlight, away from the surfaces and surrounding areas of walls, pavements.

approveReduces your Electricity Costs

As the roofs coating will be reflecting a majority of the heat rays, less heat will be trapped in the Roof interior and the walls too will be cooler so the requirement to have air conditioning units running to full capacity will bring your costs down.

Helps to protect the Environment

Solacoat reflects the heat rays which puts energy back into the solar system. Research has found that from reducing the solar absorbance, you will be removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

Would You Like to Know How to Enjoy The Benefits Of Solacoat?

Contact Tom and the team at ROOFWEST Roof Restorations today. They are the leading experts when it comes to specialised skills and service in all aspects of the Roof industry.

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