Roof coatings can be divided into two categories:  factory-applied and field-applied.  Factory-applied coatings are used when the entire roof is replaced. These factory-applied coatings are applied at the factory prior to distribution.  The examples of this type of coating would be metal roof with a protective coating and a tile roof with a protective coating. When a total roof replacement is not an option and budget concerns are a priority. Our liquid field-applied systems are a sustainable and cost effective resource. We provide various types of liquid applied roof coatings, which we can tailor fit to meet your building’s needs.  Field-applied coatings are applied directly onto the roof surface, either on a new roof assembly or over an existing roof surface.

Coatings offer many benefits by improving your buildings energy efficiency, creates a seamless membrane over your entire roof, UV resistant and some coatings are chemical resistant as well.  Roof coatings can save you both the cost and disruption of a replacement roof.  Coatings can be used to restore asphalt, metal and single-ply roof systems.  The reflective pigments of a coating will reflect 85% of the sun’s radiant heat.  This will dramatically lower the temperature of the underlying roof system and prevents further degradation.  In addition, as radiant heat is reflected and the interior temperatures are reduced, you will realize substantially lower A/C energy bills.

Since roof coatings are liquid-applied and 100% adhered you will have no seams to come apart, no fasteners to come loose, and no adhesives to disbond.  With the proper primers on metal roofs you can stop ongoing rust as well.  The coating becomes, in effect, the sacrificial roof surface.  Through periodic recoating, a properly applied coating system can be extended to last the life of the building.

About Mag Roofing

Mark started in roofing working part time loading shingles and tearing off roofs for a residential contractor in Houston Texas while still attending high school. He went on to attend University of Texas in Austin, but never left the roofing industry. Mark worked through college as foreman and superintendent for a major commercial roofing contractor, gaining experience working on a variety of commercial, industrial and government projects with a wide range of products. After 11 years, Mark left to found MAG Roofing and since 1994 has methodically built the company from a small local one into a regional force in several mid-western and southern states with regional offices, serving all areas. Mark is actively involved in operations and future business development for all MAG Roofing locations. Mark is very involved in the betterment of the roofing industry. Mark is a member of The Roof Consultant Institute with a certified designation of Registered Roof Observer (RRO), and member of the Houston area Roofing Contractors Association. Mark is also very active in NAIOP Texas where he is Co-Chairing the 2014 Golf Committee and a board member of BOMA Houston where he is an active member of their Golf Committee and the BAC/PAC committee.