Protecting your roof by coating it not only extends its product life but also helps in effectively controlling house temperature. ArmorRoof offers two types of roof coatings — commercial and shingle sealer, which are perfect solutions for all structures from RV and motorhomes to traditional houses.
Let’s check how these two are different from each other and where you can use them.
Commercial – It is made for homes that don’t have shingles or more specifically for roofs that gather rain. The coating protects your roof from harsh temperature and weather conditions including rain, snow, storm, and winds. It acts as an insulator and maintains an optimum temperature inside the house.
Shingle Sealer – If you live in a house with a shingle roof, this one is the right choice for you. Its main purpose is to protect your house from afungal infection, mold overgrowth, and prolong product life.
Commercial – You can find it in three varieties, which include standard solvent and acrylic. Both can be used on any favorable surfaces.
Shingle Sealer – No other variety is available than the clear waterproofing shingle sealer, which is a 100 percent acrylic product that works best on porous surfaces by offering excellent film formation.
Roof surface on which you can use it
Commercial – You can use ArmorRoof Commercial Coating on anything from asphalt, rubber, and tar to bare metal. It is easy to use as all you have to do is roll on the surface like paint. You can also spray it on the roof. It doesn’t require any professional assistance, giving you the power of transforming an old roof into a brand new, durable surface for your house.
Shingle Sealer – This product can be applied to coat multiple shingle roof materials including primed metal, wood, polyester, stucco, brick, clapboard, asphalt, urethane, and plywood among others.
Commercial – It works best against extreme weather conditions and will last for several years.
Shingle Sealer – It not only protects your roof from fungi and mildew but also maintains its shape.
Which is the better one?
Both types are equally amazing and offer their own set of incredible benefits, which are instrumental in protecting your roof and cutting down on unnecessary repair costs. As always, your preference should be dictated by the surface type of your roof and predominately depends on whether the surface is porous or not. Protecting against water and weather is one thing but also providing a barrier against fungus and mildew is essential.
When it comes to warranty and customer service, there’s no better than ArmorRoof. It offers a 10-year warranty and free technical support during the design and application process, making it a complete solution for your roof.