Roofing: Coatings

Roof Coatings are the future of commercial roofing - Let JRC take you there!

JRC has an accomplished team of estimators, superintendents, and installers to handle your commercial roofing projects. We have experience installing many types of systems, as well as fabricating and installing custom and pre-manufactured sheet metal. Hiring a certified installer like us means you receive the quality expected with warranties to back the claim.


JRC partners with American Weatherstar

For Fluid Applied Roof Coating Systems, JRC has partnered with American Weather Star (AWS). AWS's core systems are fluid-applied membranes which restore and extend the life of existing commercial roofs. The Ure-A-Sil roof coating system is proven to restore and protect virtually all commercial flat roofing substrates. Combining a urethane base coat with a silicone top coat gives the Ure-A-Sil system the ultimate level of durability, UV stability, and protection against ponding water conditions.

Increased roof life. Reflective coatings can slow the effects of ultraviolet (UV) and heat aging of roofing membranes by reducing rooftop temperatures.

Reduced construction debris. Recent estimates indicate roofing projects generate 40 percent of construction waste entering landfills. When workers apply a roof coating at the proper time in a roof’s life cycle, it can delay the need for costly replacement, as well as prevent the need to tear off and dispose of the old insulation and roofing membrane.

Reduced energy use. The reflective and emissive properties of many coatings result in decreased roof temperatures and energy use requirements during daytime hours, reducing the load on the HVAC system.

Aesthetic improvements. Rather than replacing an unsightly, aging roof for aesthetic purposes, managers can improve the appearance of a roof that is visible from the ground or adjacent buildings through the application of a coating.

Microclimate management. On many low-slope roofs, areas of ponding water can occur. In these localized areas, many types of roofing membranes are prone to premature deterioration and eventual leakage. Similarly, roofs on which the membrane is exposed to contaminants can experience localized failure.