Your roof is designed to protect you, your family and your home from outside weather conditions 24/7, that's why our goal is to provide complete, professional and affordable residential/commercial roof painting service to homeowners, building owners and businesses. Roof paint is used to seal and protect your roof and the assets underneath it. From weather-resistant finishes to sun-absorbent coatings, repainting is an important part of regular preventative maintenance for your roof to improve the life span of your home.
A fresh coat of paint might be exactly what your roof needs to stay in peak condition, let our expert team examine your roof and give you guidance on the best suitable option to improve your roof condition. Euro Painters Auckland roof painting experts offer painting services for roofs of all shapes, sizes, materials, and conditions.
Reasons to repaint your roof
Painting your roof is the easiest way to keep your home in good condition and protect your investment. The following are just a few of the many reasons to repaint your roof.
Water resistance: Most roof paints are meant to act as a waterproof coating. This extra layer of sealant will keep moisture and salts off your roof and increase the life span of your home.
Reduced temperatures: Many roof paints are designed to reflect sunlight. This preserves the appearance of the paint and helps your home stay cooler and your roof last longer.
Lasting protection: A coat of roof paint will greatly increase the lifespan of your roof. Apply fresh coats regularly to help even the simplest roof last for decades.
Updated appearance: A fresh layer of paint can make your old roof look brand new again. Paint your roof alongside the rest of your home for a complete exterior makeover.
Before we dig into the process of transforming the exhausted coatings on this metal roof, we need to point out that, as always, safety was a major focus. Our boom lift operators are trained and certified, and we used safety harnesses, hard hats, safety glasses, and steel-toe shoes at all times. As you can see in the photos above, we also set up cones by the boom lift to warn motorists that workers were present.
Now, back to the process!
First, we pressure-washed the surface with our industrial-grade units, blasting away dirt, debris, and the old coating. We didn’t want anything to get in the way of the new paint’s successful adhesion.