Roof Coating FAQs

Roof Coating FAQs 2018-07-20T13:44:50+00:00

Inland Coatings is your source for both SEBS (Styrene Ethylene Butylene Styrene) and Silicone coatings. Each can be used in a wide range of applications, including commercial roof substrates such as single-ply, metal, modified bitumen, and more.

  • Excellent water resistance and adhesion

  • Long-term durability

  • High elongation and tensile strength

  • 87% solar reflectance (white coatings)

  • Corrosion protection

  • Miami Dade County and ENERGY STAR approved

  • Excellent water resistance and adhesion

  • Long-term durability

  • High elongation and tensile strength

  • Breathable membrane seals against leaks

  • Corrosion protection

Metal, single-ply (TPO, EPDM, Hypalon), modified bitumen/BUR, spray polyurethane foam (SPUF)

Between 40 to 110 degrees Fahrenheit (4 to 44 degrees C). Best spray results are achieved between 70 and 90 degrees F.

Inland Coatings products are sold through commercial distributors or shipped direct. Please contact us at 1-800-456-8467 or info@inlandcoatings.com to find the distributor nearest you.

Yes. We offer 10- and 15-year product and system (product and labor) warranties for a variety of commercial and industrial roof types. See the Resources tab for more information.

Power washing is normally adequate to remove dirt and other loose debris. Any material that is poorly adhered or in bad condition should be scraped off or mechanically removed and the surface should be completely dry prior to any product applications.

Although the durability of a full system application is significantly higher, Inland Coatings products are commonly used for leak repair and general roof maintenance.

No, Inland Coatings products do not require primers, saving time and creating efficiencies in your product application.

Yes. Inland Coatings CR-2100 is designed specifically for skylight applications.

Yes. RC-2000 Rubber Roof Coating is available in 12 standard colors, including white. We can also match custom colors with a minimum 100-gallon order.

A cool roof is a roof that strongly reflects visible, infrared and UV rays of the sun, dramatically reducing the temperature of the roof. Lower roof temperatures reduce air conditioning costs, minimize deterioration from exposure to the elements, and reduce heat-related expansion and contraction problems. Cool roofs also lower the heat transfer from the roof to the air, reducing the urban heat island effect.

Extended life of the current roof membrane/surface, improved energy savings, easy maintenance, and minimal business interruption during application.