Restoration of a Ballasted EPDM Roof on a School Building
When a school in the Delaware Valley School District approached Capital Coating, Inc. about a major repair to a 120,000 sq. ft., ballasted EPDM roof, we were up to the challenge. In fact, Capital Coating was able to design a special roofing system that allowed us to effectively repair the roof within the client’s budget while minimizing the downtime incurred. Repairing the existing roof was 50% of the cost of a brand new roof while delivering on quality expectations backed by a 10-year, no-dollar-limit warranty.
We made sure our roof repair offered the required integrity and durability by carefully inspecting and surveying the site, before proceeding with the design/build. We diligently prepared and high-pressure washed the surface, then moved on to the actual roof restoration using acrylic/elastomeric and urethane coatings with a reinforced fabric mat. The coatings were fluid-applied, fully reinforced, seamless, fully adhered to, and waterproof.
It took us four weeks to complete the restoration and ensured that we met the Cool Roof Rating Council, Energy Star, and Factory Mutual standards. To learn more about why this school district was satisfied with the results, please see below and contact us directly.
Highlights of this Ballasted EPDM Roof Restoration Project
|Product Description||We repaired a ballasted EPDM roof of a school building.|
High Pressure Washing
|Size of Roof||120,000 Square Feet|
|Products Worked With||Acrylic/Elastomeric Coating
|Reinforced Fabric Mat|
|Product Features||Fluid Applied
|Industry for Use||Educational
|Turnaround Time||4 Weeks|
|Delivery Location||Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania|
|Standards Met||CRRC (Cool Roof Rating Council)
|FM (Factory Mutual)|
|Project Name||Roof Restoration of a School Building|