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Old 05-22-2014, 09:56 AM   #1
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Currently on a residential repaint and the HO decides while were there he wants a coating put on one of his barn roofs. I suggested to him to just resheet it but he says it doesn't leak, just an eye sore. Any suggestions on what to use on this? He's thinking he wants it dark, almost black. Is there a roll on tar based product or would you just spray it with something? Thanks.

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Old 05-25-2014, 12:59 AM   #2
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I would scrape and such, address the rust with a rust convertor, use pro cryl primer, with pro industrial semi gloss, beyond that i say call a roofer
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there is this stuff too, sw carries it
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I would scrape and such, address the rust with a rust convertor, use pro cryl primer, with pro industrial semi gloss, beyond that i say call a roofer
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Thanks man, never used pro cryl but seems like a good place to use it.
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Same as Ewing said, procryl prime and shercryl top.
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I'd stay away from black though. Sucks up the heat.
I had a peice of a roof like that at my old house. It was over a dormer. A bit less slope. I put on it whatever the rest of the house was, which was most likely a-100 but I forget now. It was definitely that grade. It's been more than 10 years and it is still there in one peice.
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I'd stay away from black though. Sucks up the heat. I had a peice of a roof like that at my old house. It was over a dormer. A bit less slope. I put on it whatever the rest of the house was, which was most likely a-100 but I forget now. It was definitely that grade. It's been more than 10 years and it is still there in one peice.
Then I remembered no it was the porch and deck enamel I used. I had it for the porch so I used it on that peice of roof. It's still there.
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I would definitely used a rust primer, and a high qualify top coat like Pit-tech, or a marine enamel

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