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Energy Saving, Solar Reflective, Sustainable Roof Systems in Palm Desert, CA
Roof reconditioning cost less than half of the cost of replacement and can cool roof surface temperatures up to 60 degrees. Our clients experience significant energy savings due to reduced cooling costs. California Cool Roof Coatings can reduce the carbon footprint and global warming as well as lengthening the life of an air conditioning unit. You can count on our local manufacturer and expert installers.

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Our solar reflective roof coating is the best way to protect your roof from any further damage. See what types of problems could be lurking on your roof causing external, possibly costly internal damage…

Go Green – Think White
Recondition your existing roof instead of replacing it. Our reflective coating is the best option because you may never have to replace your roof.  Additionally, your maintenance cost is significantly reduced.

Our application prevents messy roof tear off and disposal with no additional bulk added to our landfills. This option saves money and reduces carbon foot print. We guarantee quality in all our work and, most importantly, timely results.


Why Invest in a Cool Roof?

A cool roof will extend the life of your existing roof.

Cool roofs will Reduce Thermal Shock to your roof. Thermal Shock is the expansion and contraction that takes place as the roof heats up during the day and cools down at night. This effect is literally tearing the roof apart.

A cool roof will reduce dehydration of the roofing material.  Dehydration is the result of ultra violet radiation from the sun heating the roofing material causing drying and cracking that leads to roof replacement. The cool roof coating helps to protect the roof from heat and UV rays greatly reducing the aging process.

The cool roof coating can reduce the temperature of a roof up to 60 Degrees. Resulting lowering interior temperatures reducing energy cost for air conditioning.

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What is a Cool Roof?

Cool roofs are highly reflective, highly emissive roofing materials that stay 50 to 60 degrees F cooler than a normal roof under a hot summer sun.

Solar Reflectance is the fraction of solar energy which is reflected by the surface in question.

Infrared Emittance is a parameter between 0 and 1 which measures the ability of a warm or hot material to shed some of its heat in the form of infrared radiation.

The Solar Reflectance Index (SRI.) is a measure of the roof’s ability to reject solar heat. Materials with the highest SRI values are the coolest choices for roofing. Due to the way SRI is defined, particularly hot materials can even take slightly negative values, and particularly cool materials can even exceed 100 on the CRRC’s scale.

When Should You Install a Cool Roof?

Cool Roof Coatings alone are normally applied right after the installation of a new roof as the final act in a new roof installation. A quality commercial roof can be coated up to 28 years depending on its condition. This is the opimal range for coatings.  If the coatings are done in that time range this easily doubles the existing roof life depending on environmental conditions and maintenance.


Where Can A Cool Roof Be Applied?

Cool Roof Coatings can be applied to practically any roofing surface. It is important to establish compatibility between the  coating and the underlying roof membrane. Cool Roof Coatings can also be applied to sprayed polyurethane, metal roofs, single-ply rubber roofs and modified bitumen, built-up roofs, and most asphalt roofs.


How Is A Cool Roof Applied?

The roof must be cleaned to remove loose dirt and debris to achieve maximum adhesion. All existing roof penetrations, corners, scuppers, and drains are then reinforced. Any roof metals are addressed, ponding areas filled, and any other repairs are made. Next, a primer is applied in 1 or 2 coats. Finally the highly reflective top coat is applied in 1 or 2 coats.

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