Fluid Roofs

Fluid roofs are a cutting-edge roofing system that offers many advantages compared to traditional methods. By applying a liquid membrane directly onto the roof surface, a seamless and robust barrier is created, providing exceptional protection for the building. 

Fluid applied roofing is an ideal choice for commercial and industrial buildings, offering reliable, long-lasting performance that safeguards your investment and ensures the longevity of your roof

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Fluid applied roofing forms a continuous, monolithic membrane that acts as an effective moisture barrier. This helps to prevent issues such as water intrusion, mold growth, rust and rot, ensuring the long-term integrity of the building structure.

Some fluid applied roofing systems are designed with reflective properties, helping to improve energy efficiency. These coatings reflect a significant portion of the sun’s heat, reducing the amount of heat absorbed by the building. This can lead to lower cooling costs and a more comfortable interior environment.

Fluid applied roofing can be a cost-effective solution compared to traditional roofing systems. The ease of installation reduces labor costs, and the ability to apply the coating directly on the existing roof substrate eliminates the need for costly tear-off and disposal of the old roofing material.

Fluid applied roofing systems are designed to be flexible and elastic. They can accommodate the natural expansion and contraction of the roof due to temperature changes without cracking or delaminating. This flexibility helps to maintain the integrity of the roofing system over time, even in regions with extreme temperature fluctuations.

Fluid applied roofing coatings exhibit strong adhesion to various roof substrates, including concrete, metal, and modified bitumen. This strong bond creates a robust and durable roofing system that can withstand environmental stresses, such as wind uplift and thermal movements.

Generally, a well-installed and properly maintained fluid applied roof can last anywhere from 20 to 35 years or more. Regular inspections, timely repairs, and routine maintenance such as cleaning and reapplication of protective coatings can significantly extend the lifespan of a fluid applied roof.

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with our 3 step system

1. Surface Preparation

Pressure wash non-hazardous concentraded cleaner to effectively cleanse the roof removing dirt, debris, and oils.

2. Leak Proof Application

Apply GacoFlex SF4200 Seamseal on seams, gaps, and overlaps into a seamless foundation ready for coating. 

3. Membrane Application

Apply Gaco Patch creating a durable, seamless membrane that exhibits outstanding peak hide coverage on granulated surfaces. 

Codey Joyner


After struggling with frequent roof repairs, we decided to try fluid applied roofing. It was a game-changer for us. Our roof has been leak-free since the application, and the energy efficiency benefits have been remarkable. Thank you for a fantastic product!

Eren Hill


We had a complex roof structure with multiple surfaces, and fluid applied roofing was the perfect solution. It adhered seamlessly to all surfaces, providing comprehensive protection. We couldn’t be happier with the outcome.

Emanuel Sadler


Choosing fluid applied roofing for our industrial facility was a smart decision. The system not only extended the lifespan of our roof but also improved its overall performance. The cost savings and peace of mind are invaluable.

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Fluid roof is a roofing system that uses liquid materials, such as coatings or membranes, to create a seamless, waterproof barrier over the roof surface. It can be applied to various types of roofs, including flat or low-sloped roofs.

Fluid roof offers several benefits, including:
1. Seamless and watertight: The liquid materials conform to the roof’s contours, creating a seamless and waterproof barrier that helps prevent leaks.
2. Easy application: It can be applied with a sprayer, roller, or brush, making it relatively quick and easy to install.
3. Cost-effective: Fluid applied roofing can be less expensive than traditional roofing systems, especially for repairs or roof restoration projects.
4. Reflective properties: Many fluid applied roofing coatings have reflective properties, which can help reduce the roof’s heat absorption and lower cooling costs.
5. Longevity: When properly installed and maintained, fluid applied roofing can have a long service life, providing durable protection for the roof.

Fluid roofs can be applied to various types of roofs, including flat roofs, low-sloped roofs, metal roofs, modified bitumen roofs, and single-ply membrane roofs. It is a versatile roofing solution that can adapt to different roof configurations.

The installation process for fluid roofs typically involves the following steps:
1. Surface preparation: The roof surface is cleaned and inspected for any damage or defects. It may require repairs or patching before the application of the fluid roofing system.
2. Primer application: A primer may be applied to enhance adhesion between the roof surface and the fluid roofing material.
3. Application of the fluid roofing material: The liquid roofing material is applied using a sprayer, roller, or brush, depending on the product and the size of the roof. Multiple coats may be applied to achieve the desired thickness and performance.
4. Curing and drying: The fluid roofing material needs time to cure and dry, which can vary depending on the product and weather conditions.
5. Inspection and maintenance: Once the fluid applied roofing is fully cured, it should be inspected regularly for any signs of damage or deterioration. Routine maintenance, such as cleaning and recoating, may be required to extend its service life.

Fluid roofs can be an environmentally friendly option, depending on the specific product used. Some fluid roofing materials are low in volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which reduces their impact on air quality. Additionally, the reflective properties of certain fluid roofing coatings can help reduce energy consumption by lowering cooling costs. However, it’s essential to choose products that meet environmental standards and consider the sustainability aspects of the specific roofing material being used.

Yes, fluid roofs can be repaired. One of the advantages of this roofing system is that it allows for easy repairs. Damaged areas can be cleaned, primed, and recoated with the fluid roofing material to restore the waterproofing properties. It’s important to address any damages promptly to prevent further issues and maintain the integrity of the roof.

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