Do any seams, vents and hole repair BEFORE coating the roof. Clean off as much old coating, caulk, crud as possible - your repairs and coating will go much better if you spend the time to get the substrate really clean.
I think both Kool Seal and Snow Kote have a 10 year or better guarantee. I won't comment on what is best, but I will say that on a previous MH, we bought one of the "as good as" house brand elastomeric roof coatings from one of the big box hardware stores and it was thin runny junk. Dragged it back to the store and had to argue to get my money back on the unopened 5-gal bucket; was told too-bad-so-sad on the opened one.
Not surprisingly, we bought Kool Seal at our local Ace Hardware for the roof of our present coach.
Originally Posted by Pauland Ro
Our '87 bounder has a one piece aluminum roof that is still in good condition. Since the over the top summer last year in TX been thinking about one of the roof coatings.
Is there much difference between the main versions as in
kool seals coating for metal roof tops or the dicor rubber coating for metal roof panels? Also one I think called Hengs?
Love the sound of the heat reducing properties and possible sound reducing too.
When doing roof & vent seams is it better to coat the roof first then use eternabond tape & lap sealant? Or before putting the coating on?
Thanks for any info or advice/tips