Richmond Baking

This built up roof coating project allowed this facility in achieving accreditation with Safe Quality Foods (SQF) and satisfying many other third-party auditors and inspectors.

Reflective Roof Coating for Built Up Roofs

Solves Roof Leaks and Saves on Energy Bills

Roof leaks have been blamed for a string of salmonella-related food recalls that have cost manufacturers millions of dollars in damages and lost income. Richmond Baking has taken a proactive approach to roof maintenance and food safety by installing a seamless built up roof coating membrane.

Kelvin Wilcox of SGC Roof Restoration installed a fully reinforced Lexis EnergyGuard butyl elastomeric coating system on this aged built up roof.

Lexis Roof Coatings are a cost-effective way to extend the life of roof systems and can be installed directly over an existing built up roof. The reflective coating system also offers energy savings, peace of mind and reduced maintenance.

Infrared thermography of coated and uncoated section of the built up roof.
100 Degrees Heat Reduction

A reinforced coating is more resistant to tearing and substrate movement. The additional safety margin is essential to food storage and manufacturing companies. Kelvin Wilcox


EnergyGuard Butyl Roof Coating in Pails
EnergyGuard Butyl Roof Coating

Solvent-based, butyl roof coating with 900% elongation and 45% solids. Vapor barrier membrane for rusted metal roofs or spray foam on cold storage buildings.

PrimeLock Acrylic Primer in Pails
PrimeLock Acrylic Primer

Water-based, dark gray, acrylic roofing primer is an excellent adhesion promoter for chalky prepainted metal roofs or as a bleed blocker for asphalt roofs.

SeamStitch Roofing Fabric

Stitch-bonded polyester roofing fabric for reinforcing roof coatings in high-stress, moving joints such as flashings and penetrations.