Prolong the life of your roof for a fraction of the cost, time and mess!
Our liqua-roof coating can transform your roof, prolong its life and resist impact from hail as well as protect it from strong winds. Liqua-roof coating is the best way to give your roof a new life and keep it out of a landfill!
A sustainable solution
A color transformation that reverses shingle degradation.
Shingle degradation starts with granule loss. Harsh elements cause granules to lift & shed, leaving the inner layers of your roofing exposed and vulnerable to cracking and warping. Not only does our innovative coating change the color of your roof, it acts as a powerful adhesive that glues & locks granules firmly into place to prolong & maximize shingle life.
Our coating acts like an adhesive that “glues” granules into place & bonds firmly to your roof.
Locks granules into place & protects your roof with a breathable, waterproof seal.
While small enough to block water infiltration, spaces between granules allow moisture to escape to prevent peeling.
A waterproof seal keeps your shingles protected from the damages of water-infiltration & exposure to harsh elements.
Granular Loss and What it Means for your Roof?
As your roof ages, it’s completely normal to lose some granular textures. Severe weather such as heavy rain, hail or strong winds can also knock your granules loose. Following a storm, you may find an increased amount of shingle granules in your gutters or in your yard. Mineral granules may appear to be just a decorative accent to your roof, but they actually serve as an additional protective layer to your shingles and home.
By re-granuling your roof and gluing them in place, the granules will actually stay in place longer than on a brand new roof effectively prolonging the life of your roof!
Longer life with Spray-Net Liqua Roof
Granules help keep your roof weather proofed, so without them, it’s easier for the sun and water to cause roof leaks and deterioration. However, shingle granule loss does not always mean you need a full roof replacement. Depending on the level of granule loss and age of your roof, you may be able to replace the damaged shingles without having to get a new roof.