Roof paint is beneficial in more ways than one. These days the colour of your paint is considered to be all important. Even though colour is important in making your house look bright and sunny from the outside, it can have a serious effect on the temperature inside.
People do not consider the different types of roof paints that are available. Heat reflective paints are environmentally friendly, reflecting sunlight back into space and halving airconditioning bills. And now there is a variety of heat reflective roof paint colours to choose from.
Benefits of heat reflective roof paint
Heat reflective roof paint is more likely to last longer than standard paints, it is lighter than most other paints and it puts less pressure on the surface. The cherry on top is that it reflects ninety percent of the sun’s rays and helps to keep your house cool.
How does heat reflective roof paint work?
The trick is glass. Heat reflective roof paint has tiny glass particles in it, the particles are so small that they do not affect the paint’s consistency.
The same paint technology can be used for exterior walls
UV rays also weaken your walls over time. The Ultra Voilet rays that harm your skin also harm the walls of your house. This paint strengthens your wall paint as well as the surface that it is being applied to.
Heat reflective roof paint is a smart solution for people who complain about their airconditioning bills as it performs two jobs for the price of one. We stock the following roof paints:
- Isonit roof coating
- ClimateCooler™ insulating roof paint
- ISO SEAL Professional water resistant roof coating