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Superior Roof Coating Wallingford CT

Professional Roofing Contractor that possesses the experience and dedication to remedy your roofing concerns.

A roof covering is a cost-effective and easy way to repair your roof. It will prevent leaks, preserve your valuable belongings, and keep your commercial property dry. Constitution Construction has the expertise and supplies to assist your business in resuming routine operations as soon as feasible.

Is There a Water Leak From Your Roof Affecting Your Company's Production?

If water damage is a common occurrence in your office or if you’ve had to put buckets around to catch ceiling drips, then we can help. By using our services, we’ll be able to mitigate the amount of water damage that your facility experiences. When you call us, one of our specialists will rapidly evaluate the source of your leak and suggest a solution to prevent any more harm. Have faith knowing that you’re putting your roof in good hands–we use state-of-the-art products and skills, plus we assure high-quality materials and workmanship.

The roof coatings we offer are as follows:

We’ll work with you throughout the process to help you choose the finest roof coating solution.

  • Elastomeric Roof Coating Systems Roof Coating Systems: acrylic, silicone, and urethane (polyurethane)
  • Bituminous Roof Coating Systems: asphalt emulsion and rubberized flashing cement (repairs only)
  • Reflective Roof Coating Systems: aluminized (fibered and non-fibered) and other cool roof coatings
  • Other Roof Coating Systems: butyl resins, PUMA (Polyurethane Modified Acrylic), SEBS (Styrene Ethylene Butadiene Styrene), and more

Roof coatings are available in a range of colors, designs, and finishes. We do our homework, research, and work with a number of coating manufacturers to ensure you get the best option for your structure. Our aim is to sell you the finest roof possible rather than the most popular product. Uniflex, Gaco, Karnak, GAF, Henry, Armour Proof Coatings, Mule-Hide Products, and Inland Coatings are among the companies we represent. If your roof uses something other than these products, call us. We will take care of you.

Factors to Consider When Choosing a Physical Property

It’s critical to research the physical qualities of a roof coating before applying it to make sure it will perform in your climate. Manufacturers may provide product data sheets that include the following five characteristics (as well as others).



Elongation is the ability of a material to be stretched before it breaks. Elastomeric coatings have an elongation rate of 250% to 900%. The greater the elongation value, the more durable a coating is suited to endure typical roof building expansion and contraction without cracking, thinning, or peeling off.

Tensile Strength

The maximum amount of pressure a material can endure before breaking is its tensile strength. The majority of elastomeric coatings have tensile strengths ranging from 250 to 1200 psi. Elongation and tensility are inversely related; as one rises, the other decreases. Expert construction companies balance the two characteristics in order to create a durable, long-lasting membrane that can stretch and move with roof surfaces.


Permeability (Moisture Resistance)

Permeability, or perm rating, is the degree to which a material or membrane allows liquids and gases to flow through it. Permeability varies considerably depending on the type of coating used. Acrylics have a high permeability rating, implying that they are highly breathable. Silicones have a lower permeability rate, indicating that they are more moisture-resistant. It’s worth noting that increased permeability does not always indicate poorer weather resistance.



The reflectivity of a material is how much light it can bounce back, expressed as a percentage from 0% to 100%.



A material’s ability to reflect heat is called emissivity. Elastomeric roof coatings have an ideal amount of 0.65, which means that 65% of the sun’s thermal energy isn’t absorbed by the roof- thus resulting in lower heating and cooling costs for a building.


Solids by Volume

The solid content in a mixture is the amount of solid material that will be left after a substance has dried. Understanding this property is critical for coating processes to achieve the necessary dry film thickness as specified. While this property isn’t significant in terms of performance, if appearance is important to you, it may be worth considering.


Consider Constitution Construction for your upcoming roofing project. We serve the businesses in Wallingford Ct, with the dedication to zero defects and 100% customer satisfaction.



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