Garland Bows Roof Restoring Coating

MONDAY, JUNE 2, 2014


The Garland Company has introduced a highly reflective, low-odor, rubber coating designed to waterproof and restore metal roof and wall panels.

The CPR System can help delay roof replacement for 10 to 15 years and improve the overall performance of the roof system, says Garland, manufacturer of building-envelope products.

The liquid-applied product offers protection from the weather and UV damage by forming a rubber-like monolithic membrane over the surface, the company says.

Applications

According to Garland, the coating is easy to apply and formulated for use on properly prepared stainless steel, galvanized metals, copper, aluminum and other metal roof systems.

It is available in both a brush-grade or trowel-grade version and can be applied over sloped, contour surfaces.

Based in Cleveland, OH, The Garland Company Inc. is a producer of high-performance roofing and building-maintenance products for the commercial, industrial and institutional markets.

More information: www.garlandco.com.

   

Tagged categories: Building Envelope; Garland Company; Metal roof coatings; Reflective roof coatings; Roof coatings; Roofing contractors

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