Liquid Applications


One of the most popular liquid applications I provide is waterproofing. This involves applying a liquid coating to the surface of the roof that acts as a barrier against water intrusion. By sealing up any cracks or gaps, waterproofing can help prevent leaks and water damage from occurring, which can lead to costly repairs down the line.

Bituminous membrane waterproofing system details and installation on flat rooftop.
waterproofing membrane preventing water penetration.


Another liquid application that I offer is restoration. This involves applying a liquid coating to an existing roof that has seen better days. By applying this coating, I can restore the appearance and functionality of the roof without having to tear it off and replace it. This is a more cost-effective solution that can extend the life of the roof and save my clients money in the long run.

Reflective Coatings

Reflective coatings are another popular liquid application that I provide. By applying a reflective coating to the roof, I can help reduce the amount of heat that is absorbed by the building, which can lead to lower energy costs and a more comfortable interior environment. This is particularly beneficial for buildings in hot climates or those with flat roofs that receive a lot of direct sunlight.

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Is maintenance required on E.P.D.M Roofing?

EPDM is the acceptable abbreviation for Ethylene-Propylene-Diene Terpolymer, a synthetic rubber compound that gives high-performance waterproofing when laid in a single piece of membrane over a flat roof surface.

Lead is highly versatile and has been used in roofing for years. This is because it’s not only easy to source, but it is cost-effective, highly durable and water resistant. However, over time the elements do what they do best and erode away the performance of your lead roof. If you’ve noticed that your lead roofing is starting to look a little tired, then it might be time for you to replace it.

Put simply, to keep the outside drainage system of your home working, you need to clear your gutters. If your gutters become blocked, rainwater can overflow and run down the walls of your house.

Liquid roofing, once correctly applied, can have an expected service life of up to 30 years. It can perform as well as many types of membrane over a wide range of substrates.

No heat/flame required on installation which is ideal for areas with potential fire risk due to combustible materials. Can be installed over most existing roof substrates minimising cost and waste.

Yes. Although it can be fitted in the rain, the minimum temperature for application of the adhesive is +5ºC and maximum humidity is 80%. If the temperature is likely to drop below freezing during the 48 hours after application, you should use Bonding Adhesive.

No one wants surprises, especially if they come with financial implications. If you own a property, the chances are that you understand the shock associated with an extensive repair and this is no different for lead roofing. When it comes to lead roof maintenance, you must monitor it regularly to detect problems early enough to prevent the need to do expensive repairs down the road. Although it may sound trivial, it is often outside of a property owner’s general tasks or routine.

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