A cool roof is one that strongly reflects sunlight and cools itself by efficiently emitting radiation to its surroundings. The roof stays cooler and reduces the amount of heat conducted to the building below. Imagine wearing a white or a black T-shirt on a hot day. By wearing the white T-shirt you will remain cooler than if you wore a black T-shirt because it reflects more sunlight and absorbs less heat. Cool roofs, like a white T-shirt, keep the internal temperature of the building cooler.
Heat Guard Today's mission is:
-To understand your current building envelope issues and expectations.-
-To share viable solutions to help address the issues most important to you.-
-To be part of your team that saves energy and provide an optimal return on investment.-
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Roof Before and After
Roof Facts PDF
Single Ply Penetration Leak
Single Ply No Solar Reflectance
Single Ply Flashing Failure
Single Ply Failure
Granular Uniform Failure
Capsheet Granular Failure
Asphalt Flashing Wear
Cabinet/Air Handler Before and After
Metal Roof In Need Of Treatment
Finished Cool Roof Coating
Installing Reinforcing Fabric
Roof Facts PDF
Flashing Coating And Repair
Insulating and Air Sealing Cabinet
Finished Cool Roof
Installing Fabric at Flashing
Finished Roof Coating
Heat Guard Today was featured in Coatings Pro Magazine, the industry leader in cutting edge technology and product awareness. The magazine is the platform for NACE.ORG (National Association of Corrosion Engineers); a society founded in 1943.
The mission of the EPA is to protect human health and the environment. Part of their goals are to ensure economic growth through the application of energy efficient technologies such as Cool Roof Coatings.
Specguard is a premier manufacturer of Elastomeric Cool Roof Coating that our company enjoys using for its superior quality and consistency. The brochure features us as a certified applicator of their products.
GAF is a world leader in roof coating and Heat Guard Today is a proud Applicator
of their wide range of products.