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ROOF  COATING

ROOF COATING IS A COST EFFECTIVE ALTERNITIVE TO A FULL REPLACEMENT

RENOTEC roof coating is ideal for the homeowner who wants to change the appearance of their roof while also having it cleaned and repaired. If you feel your roof has a few areas of concern like broken tiles, small signs of water ingress or simply just covered in moss. 

Platinum's roof coating team has carried out roof coatings on roofs ranging from mid terrace to detached mansions across Scotland. At a fraction of the cost of a new roof. We clean and repair the roof befor applying a coating to ensure the lifespan of your roof is extended by at least 10 years.

RENOTEC Roof Coating is the latest in German nano-technology, which re-builds the surface protection of your roof tiles and is backed up with a 10 year guarantee for your peace of mind.

 

 

 

IS A ROOF COATING RIGHT FOR MY HOME ?

This depends on a few factors. Firstly we tend to avoid coating a roof that is over 40 years old because at this point in the roofs lifespan, the tiles are usually very pores  and re building the surface protection of the tiles may be impossible using a coating alone. Secondly the condition of your existing roof will indicate if a roof coating is possible. We replace any broken tiles and re-point the ridge as part of the preparation process to ensure that when a coating is applied we can guarantee there will be no water ingress, stains or bacterial growth for at least 10 years.

 

 

 

I'VE HEARD NEGATIVE THINGS ABOUT ROOF COATING. HOW IS RENOTEC DIFFERENT?

Traditionally roof coatings were coloured, rubber based paint. Meaning when applied they would sit on the top of the tiles. Due to the nature of Scottish weather these coatings did not last. Very quickly staining over time and flaking off. RENOTEC is a water based sealant meaning rather than sitting on the surface of the tile, it impregnates it and re-builds the surface protection. It also has super hydrophobic properties meaning the water repellent properties protect your roof from moisture ingress. With no water ingress, no bacteria can grow on your roof so your roof looks better for longer.

 

 

WHAT IS THE CORRECT PREPERATION PROCESS FOR A ROOF COATING?

Our award winning roof coating team will set your project out in 3 separate stages before application.

 

Stage 1 – Prep

We lay dust sheets and tarpaulin down on all greenery, slabs, driveway and footways. Followed by masking up skylights and roofline where appropriate.

 

Stage 2 – Deep antifungal clean

It is vital that we eradicate all moss, algae, lichen and spores from the roof tiles. Using RENOTECs antifungal biocide, The roof is treated and washed of all of the above, This process will also restore the roof as close to the original colour as possible ensuring a clean roof for application of your coating.

 

Stage 3 – Remedial work

If you have damaged tiles, or the morter in your ridge and hips has deteriorated. We must unsure that the affected tiles are replaced and the ridge and hips re-pointed if appropriate. 

 

At this point in your roof coating process, your roof will already be looking much better. Bacteria and stain free with all appropriate repairs carried out. The next step is applying RENOTEC to the roof tiles.

HOW IS A ROOF COATING APPLIED?

The correct procedure for applying RENOTEC is to firstly apply a primer. This is sprayed on to the roof tiles.

Same process applies to your first coat of RENOTEC and once that coat is dry we can apply your second and final coat to your roof.

On completion you are granted with a 10 year guarantee

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AREAS WE COVER

Glasgow

  • East Kilbride

  • Cumbernauld

  • Cambuslang

  • Rutherglen

  • Uddingston

  • Viewpark

  • Bearsden

  • Newton Mearns

  • Clydebank

  • Kirkintilloch

  • Bishopbriggs

  • Barrhead

  • Blantyre

  • Dumbarton

Edinburgh

  • Livingston

  • Bathgate

  • Bonnyrigg

  • Broxburn

  • Musselburgh

  • Penicuik

Stirling

  • Falkirk

  • Denny

  • Grangemouth 

  • Bo'ness

Fife

  • Dunfermline

  • Kirkaldy

  • Glenrothes

  • St Andrews

North and South Lanarkshire

  • Motherwell

  • Airdrie

  • Coatbridge

  • Hamilton

  • Wishaw

  • Bellshill

  • Larkhall

Paisley

  • Renfrew

  • Johnstone

  • Erskine

  • Greenock

  • Gourock

  • Dunoon

Ayrshire

  • Kilmarnock

  • Ayr

  • Troon

  • Ardrossan and Saltcoats

  • Irvine

  • Kilwinning

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