Louisville, Kentucky Roof Coating Contractors

Commercial and Industrial Roof Repair

If left alone, roof leaks get worse. Roof coatings can stop leaks, prevent rust, reduce cooling costs and extend the life of your roof. Schedule a free roof inspection with a qualified Louisville, Kentucky roof coating contractor today.

Silver Creek Commercial Roofing

Silver Creek Commercial Roofing

Auburn, KY

Silver Creek Commercial Roofing is a local, family-owned and operated commercial roofing company located in Elkton, Kentucky. We have more than 15 years’ experience in commercial roofing.

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$500 to $750 for minor, professional flat roof repairs. Even a small leak should be fixed immediately, especially on flat roofs. Trapped moisture and insulation can quickly become expensive problems later on. Only use approved contractors for any large and complicated roof repair jobs.
If your roof is under warranty, call the roofing company that installed it. Otherwise, call a roof coating contractor. They know what roof repair products to use that will be compatible with elastomeric roof coatings. Not having to remove these repairs in the future will save you money when it is time to restore the roof.
Flat roof coatings cost between $1.75 to $3.50 per square foot for materials and labor if the contractor is within 50 miles of your location and your roof is 10,000 square feet or more. This is a rough estimate and does not include any repairs or excessive prep work required.
Most roof repairs range from $500 to $1,800, with the national average at $1,200 and slightly more for commercial roof repairs. Minor leak repairs may come in under $750, but you should let approved contractors handle any large and complicated repair jobs.
Silicone is the most commonly used flat roof coating nowadays. It's inorganic and ponding water-resistant, which makes it highly suitable for low-slope roofs.
An elastomeric coating is a fluid-applied, seamless roofing membrane that stretches. Its ability to expand and contract with the substrate allows it to stay intact as the roof moves. Available in acrylic, butyl, polyurethane, and silicone formulations, they may be used to restore asphalt built-up, concrete, EPDM, metal, modified bitumen, TPO, and spray foam roofs.
Acrylic roof coatings provide adequate corrosion protection, reflectivity, and elongation for metal roofs. Silicone coatings can slippery when moist and may not be suitable for steep slope roofs.
Unlike other coating formulations, silicone coatings don't shed. This is one of the reasons they last longer on the roof. Recoats should only be done with silicone roof coatings. Always do an adhesion test just to be sure.