POSITIVE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

Reconditioning and strengthening existing building materials reduces the waste sent to landfills. PVC is often referred to as the “poisonous plastic”. PVC is toxic from manufacturing to disposal and it is made of approximately 30% chlorine. PVC discarded in landfills releases dioxins into the water table. Dioxins are known cancer causing chemicals. Asbestos is also a cancer causing carcinogenic, used in various products of the past for insulation from heat, including roof materials. The danger of asbestos is only realized when it becomes airborne. The SureCoat Roof System is applied without disturbing the existing roof assembly. The cost to re-roof is gone, PVC will not end up in landfills and the cost of asbestos abatement is eliminated, further reducing the expense of a “better than new roof”! SureCoat Systems offers permanent solutions when other companies give up!

The SureCoat Roof System

Why reroof when you can just recondition your roof to "Better than New" condition?

 

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About SureCoat Systems

SureCoat Systems specializes in waterproofing systems for industrial and commercial flat and low-sloped roofing, exterior walls and concrete. SureCoat Systems have developed an exclusive line of waterproofing products that conserve on energy and protect buildings from water intrusion! Visit www.surecoatsystems.com to learn more or call and speak with a waterproofing specialist today at 877-823-7873.
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