Roof Coatings Springburn Professional Roof Coating and Sealing
Over time the elements, pollution and environmental factors all take their toll on your roof. With the rapid expansion in Post-war house buildings, reliance on traditional slate declined in favour of cheaper, pre-cast concrete tiles. Often available in vibrant colours architects also favoured them as they complemented their bright, modern designs.
Unfortunately pigment and pre-cast technology was not as advanced as in today’s tiles and the vibrant colours faded the now familiar dull grey. In addition, quality varied and some tiles had a design life of only 25 years.
Today in extreme cases the tile surface breaks down, becoming porous. This acts like a sponge, retaining water and encouraging the growth of unsightly moss, green mould and lichen. The retained moisture also increases load on the roof trusses and ultimately leaks to the inside walls, showing up as damp patches.
The Benefits of Roof Coating and Sealing Springburn
At Varey Contracts Ltd, our roof tile coating and sealing to your deteriorating roof will provide the following benefits:
- Reduces stress on roof structure
- Resists weathering and environmental pollution
- Protects against moss, fungi and lichens
- Improves roof drainage
- Protects against frost damage
- Reduces internal condensation
- Colour blends patched roofs or extensions.
- Increases the life of the roof tiles
- Visual improvements - like a new roof!
- All standard roof tile colours available
Upload Your Roof, Wall Or Driveway
Searching for free, no-obligation quotes can sometimes be a daunting task. You might not be sure what to enquire about or you might struggle getting the right words out.
Luckily, Varey Contracts Ltd will walk you through each process step-by-step to ensure you have peace of mind.
We've made it even easier to enquire with us using our contact form. Simply give us a rough idea of what you're looking for and press send. We've even added a feature so you can upload a picture of what you want us to work on. Just go outside, take a picture and include it in your enquiry.