ABOVE: This completely rusted metal roof has a lot of life left. Use a rust primer to encapsulate rust and prevent rust bleed-through.
Water-based acrylic roof coatings are easy to use and clean up. Available in white, our EnergyGuard Acrylic Coating can also be tinted to almost any color economically. If your roof is rusted, you can either use a rust inhibiting primer or a rust converter. To stop leaks, you can use our sealants to seal around fasteners, seams and flashings.
Water-based, acrylic roof coating with 315% elongation and 60% solids. Use on positively sloped roofs that don't pond water such as metal roofs.
ASTM D-6083, water-based, acrylic roof coating with 400% elongation and 55% solids. Use on positively sloped roofs that don't pond water such as metal roofs.
This 15,000SF concrete roof deck was recoated with EnergyMax Silicone Coating.
Badly deteriorated EPDM roof was leaking everywhere. They were able to fix all the leaks with just one coat of EnergyGuard Aromatic Polyurethane.
Buffalo's Cafe in Canton, GA had minor recurring leaks. EnergyGuard Aromatic Polyurethane was used as a metal roof sealant to seal the horizontal seams and around the HVAC units.
18-year-old, Duro-Last single-ply roof which was leaking at seams. A cost-effective alternative to roof replacement is needed. Lexis delivers.
A 57,000sf metal building in Gainesville, Florida with a trapezoidal standing seam metal roof. Lexis roof coatings stopped the roof leaks throughout the building.
This newly constructed 18,800sf building at the Andersen AFB in Guam has a concrete roof primed with PrimeLock Epoxy Primer and coated with 45 dry mils of EnergyMax Silicone Coating to keep it cool and leak-free.