SureCoat Roof Coating Products      


SureCoat Roof Coating Products are waterproof roof coatings for waterproofing and to increase reflectivity of low sloped and flat roofing including commercial roofs, industrial roofs, residential roofs and all other types of flat roofs. The SureCoat Roof System is comprised of the highest quality coatings on the market today. Our products exceed Energy Star and Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC) requirements and are at the top of their class in thermal emittance and overall durability. Best of all, this system is designed to perform where other systems fail, in the ponding areas and flat roof areas.

The cross-linked, hybrid nature of these products make SureCoat waterproofed roofs eligible for a written renewable manufacturer’s warranty that covers ponding water on commercial flat roofs, industrial flat roofs and even residential flat roofs. We have several sizes of our unique SureCoat Poly-Mesh that can be embedded in the system to increase tensile strength allowing the roof to thermal cycle without tearing for the life of the system. The SureCoat Roof System can be renewed indefinitely (every 10, 15 or 20 years) as the previous system acts as a base for the new system, saving the building owners thousands of dollars in replacement costs. 

Once a SureCoat Roof is installed, the building owner's roof budgets go down every 10-20 years, rather than up. SureCoat Roof Systems are easily renewed by an Approved Contractor with an inspection, cleaning and top coat application at the end of the warranted period. All of our products are made in the USA!
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SureCoat

SureCoat is a flexible, high solid, single component, waterproof, fluid applied roof coating that is water based and moisture cured.  SureCoat is specially engineered for low slope and flat roofs including flat polyurethane foam roofs (SPF) and metal roofing. The high solid content of 80% provides a thick, flexible, self-adhered and self-flashing seamless membrane that is resistant to animal fats, most chemicals, pollutants and discourages bird life damage. It is a Super VOC compliant coating at 1gram per liter. This cross linked, epoxy hybrid, polymer coating has a perm rating of .0025. SureCoat is engineered to withstand continuous immersion under water for up to 30 days when installed per specification and properly cured. High grade Tio2 with Nano particles are used to produce higher reflectivity and better cleaning. The highest grades of raw materials are used including four proprietary modified acrylic and epoxy resins. This increases durability and adhesion compared to standard acrylic and urethane coatings. It is used to restore, repair, and protect all types of existing roof systems including those that pond water. When installed by a certified contractor according to specifications, a system has a renewable warranty that covers leaks in ponding areas. Title 24 compliant. Additional certifications are pending. 

The highly reflective properties of SureCoat Systems’ roof coating products make them perfect under residential and commercial roof mount solar systems. The high viscosity and high solid content make them a great value for the cost. Every gallon leaves approximately 10.5 dry mils per gallon per square.
Cool Roof Rated Product 

Sure-a-Thane

Sure-a-thane (pronounced sureathane) is a single component, water based, epoxy enhanced Cool Roof coating that is fluid applied and moisture cured. Dynamic adhesion and durability is produced using proprietary modified epoxy resins and a urethane similar resin that is UV stable. The high solid content of 81% creates thick flexible seamless waterproof membranes. This cool roof coating holds up to ponding conditions with a perm rating of .019. It is self-adhered and self-flashing. High grade Tio2 with Nano particles are used for higher reflectivity and better cleaning. Sure-a-thane and fabric are used to create a solid core roof system that remains waterproof and energy efficient as it wears. With only 23 grams per liter, it is VOC compliant in the strictest areas. It is also Energy Star Approved, Title 24 compliant and rated with the CRRC (product ID 1098-0001). Sure-a-thane has an initial SRI of 108%; and 102% aged making it eligible for LEED credits. Sure-a-Thane retains high emissivity and reflectivity values. Sure-a-thane meets or exceeds FM standards for Class 1 fire resistance, windstorm and hail resistance.  Sure-a-thane is accredited by the Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA), a business unit of the American Plastics Council. When installed by a certified contractor according to specifications, a system has a renewable warranty that covers leaks in ponding areas.


Black mastics get brittle, dry and crack in 6 months to a year when used on roofs. They are for temporary repairs but, unfortunately, have been mistaken as permanent repair solutions at joints, penetrations, and on other seams or areas that split. Most new roof systems have miles of seams and holes cut in to the rolled roofing to go around equipment curbs, penetrations and skylights. To seal these or batons, seams, and fasteners on metal roofs, mastics are often used. When used in areas such as these, water intrusion is inevitable, as mastics are not permanent watertight sealers.

 

SureSet

SureSet has been engineered as a base coat with the highest grade raw materials and polymers to provide maximum durability when installed in conjunction with the other components of The SureCoat Roof System providing increased durability, elasticity and waterproofing properties on flat and low slope roofs. SureSet is a fast drying waterproof membrane used to embed reinforcing polyester on a roof as part of The SureCoat Roof System in cool weather. SureSet can be applied in temperatures as low as 40 degrees Fahrenheit and cure within 12 hours to stop leaks at penetrations, around equipment curbs, skylights, seams and as a complete base coat of The SureCoat Roof System. Use SureSet when inclement weather conditions prohibit the use of original SureCoat or Sure-A-Thane as the base coat of The SureCoat Roof System due to limited dry-time, weather or temperature restrictions.
Applicable substrates include: BUR/Cap Sheet, Metal, SPF-Foam, All types of Single-ply, Mod/BH, EPDM and Concrete. SureSet can be used on flat and low slope surfaces, vertical surfaces, flashings, parapet walls, and penetrations. See the application guide for detailed instructions.

 

SureCoat Poly-Mesh

SureCoat Poly-Mesh is used for additional tensile strength and is recommended for all flat roof applications. SureCoat Poly-Mesh is a unique woven polyester mesh of uniform thickness with voids large enough for saturation. This allows the base coat of a SureCoat or Sure-a-Thane application to penetrate through and bond to the topcoat. The finished product is a high tensile strength roof system without any cold joints or delamination. SureCoat Poly-Mesh is a soft flexible material that contours to the roof, around penetrations, curbs, transitions and other roof equipment for easy reinforced repairs and full restorations. Other added benefits of SureCoat Poly-Mesh are: 1) the labor savings; 2) the material cost savings because the poly-mesh absorbs the coating much better than other fabrics used in roof systems. Therefore, it takes less coating to make the SureCoat Poly-Mesh lay down on roof surfaces.

Fabric is used differently in almost all two-part coating systems. Two incompatible materials, typically black asphalt emulsion (the oil based waterproofing) and white acrylic water based roof paint (for reflectivity), do not bond to each other. The fabric is used to hold the acrylic to the asphalt waste byproduct. Most always the white coating peels away from the black emulsion on flat and low slope roofs, exposing the heat-absorbing waterproofing. This never happens with the SureCoat Roof System.

SurePrime

SurePrime is a high quality roof primer with lower viscosity. SurePrime is a fluid elastomeric coating that costs a less than Sure-A-Thane and can be used to fill in voids before a SureCoat Roof System is installed. The most common situation that calls for SurePrime is a tar and gravel roof that is being reconditioned. After the loose gravel is swept and removed, there is always some gravel embedded in the tar that has attached to the felt and the components of the roof assembly. First, spud the embedded gravel without tearing the membrane. Clean the area with SureSkrub, rinse, and let it dry completely. Use SurePrime to fill in the voids and “bury” the gravel that is embedded. Once this slurry coat of SurePrime is completely dry, The SureCoat Roof System can be installed over it.
 

SureSkrub

SureSkrub (formerly SureKlean) is a fresh smelling, biodegradable, high quality roof cleaner made to clean and etch existing roof materials, especially single ply membranes, in preparation for The SureCoat Roof System installation. SureSkrub is used to remove the UV degradation of factory-applied glaze or dirt, and to etch the surface properly to insure excellent adhesion of The SureCoat Roof System’s epoxy hybrid coating. Special equipment is not necessary to use SureSkrub or any of The SureCoat Roof System products. However, when reconditioning a large existing single ply roof, a floor scrubber with a scotch-brite pad can be used to make the cleaning process go extremely quick and easy, saving both time and money

 

SureSkrub can be used to clean mastics off a roof, metals; including sheet metal, Kynar, aluminum and steel, as well as TPO, PVC, EDPM, Hypalon, and many other rubbers and metals. SureSkrub works on anything from engines to floors quickly and can be used right out of the pail or it can be diluted to appropriate ratios for the task. Most contractors prefer using it full strength when preparing a roof for reconditioning. Pour it on the roof or other surface, agitate with a brush, broom or scrubber until the dirt is picked up in the cleaner, let it sit for 15-20 minutes agitate again and rinse. It is that simple. SureSkrub is also used to maintain existing SureCoat Roof Systems to keep them bright white and highly reflective. High profile buildings such as the South Coast Air Quality Management District and other large properties with solar panels, are common facilities that utilize the sustainable energy savings of a SureCoat Roof System by having their roofs cleaned every 18 months to 3 years.  (Call 877-823-7873 for coverage rates.) 

Shingle Saver

(skylight lens, composition shingles, roof tiles)

Shingle Saver is a clear, low-viscosity coating that is used to extend the life of existing roof shingles and to maximize protection of the roof materials. It helps the composition shingles to stay in place and aids the mineral cap from wearing off thus extending the life of the shingles by limiting deterioration. Shingle Saver keeps wood shake from absorbing water, swelling and drying out - extending the life of these types of roof materials. Shingle Saver will form a protective membrane on clay tiles to help keep the elements from weathering them. Shingle Saver restores old skylight lenses by creating a waterproof seal over cracks and fractures in the skylight lens. This type of deterioration is caused by UV exposure. Restoring the skylight lens with SureCoat Shingle Saver will seal these problem areas in the skylight lens and protect the lens from further UV damage and extend the life of the skylight lens applied to. Shingle Saver can be applied with a low pressure sprayer, such as a Hudson sprayer.

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