Silicone Restoration Membrane
delivers a high-performance and environmentally friendly alternative to re-roofing
Silicone Restoration Membrane for Commercial Facilities
What if we told you that you can renew your commercial roof waterproofing capabilities without replacing your entire roof system? A Silicone Restoration Membrane (SRM), will renew your roof into a seamless, low-maintenance system with long-lasting performance… while renewing your warranty!
Much more than roof paint, a Silicone Restoration Membrane from West Roofing Systems, out of Cleveland, Ohio, delivers a high-performance, economic, and environmentally friendly alternative to re-roofing. If your existing roof is in relatively good shape but reaching the end of its warranty, West Roofing Systems has the answer for you.
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A Silicone Restoration Membrane is a versatile and self-flashing silicone membrane material perfect for commercial roof renewal. After the existing roof is clean and repaired, the silicone coating is sprayed on, sealing any imperfections and adding a waterproof layer on your commercial roof.
Whether your roof is flat or pitched, an SRM can handle any type roof, including those with skylights, vents, HVAC units, and drainage systems. Our experienced project managers and applicators bring decades of roofing experience to each job. West Roofing Systems knows when to repair or replace a roof, giving you options that ensure the best solution at the best price.
For an average 20,000 sq. foot commercial roof, it will usually cost between $3 and $7 per square foot in materials and labor to install a typical silicone roof coating system.
Increased material costs, gas prices, and many other variables can push the cost of an installation past (or below) the $3-$7 threshold.
NOTE: As of November 2023, with material and labor shortages, pricing is very volatile.
Other variables that affect pricing include:
- The current cost of materials
- Size of your roof
- The amount of wet insulation
- Condition of the existing roof
- How much of a slope your roof is on
- Access to your roof
- Climate/weather patterns in your area
- Length of warranty