Weathertight Installations of Livonia, New York was contacted to conduct a site investigation and submit a proposal for resolving multiple leaks.

The initial investigation of the existing roofing system noted numerous prior mis-attempts to correct ongoing water leakage. The project involved using a variety of methods and roofing materials including, but not limited to, sections being replaced using a single ply membrane, spot repairs of modified membrane, and applying an aluminized coating at random thicknesses.  Roof drains required replacement inserts, edge flashing required replacement, and termination defects had to be repaired in accordance to proper roofing practices.

Weathertight Installations developed a plan to restore the entire 106,000 square feet of roof surface utilizing the Sprayed Polyurethane Foam/Polyurea coating system as provided by Oak Ridge Foam and Coatings.

The newly installed roofing system included using 3.0 lb. spray foam and a minimum of 50 mils of the OR80SLM Aluminum Polyurea coating.  Weathertight’s crew consisted of six men and their mobile self-contained trailer units.  Gusmer 20/35 proportioner units and probler spray guns operated without incident.  Only “Mother Nature’s” fickle climatic swings created an added challenge to the project.

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Upon successful completion of the work, the building owner, site manager and the general contractor were all extremely pleased.  They had nothing but praise for the newly installed system, as well as the professional manner in which the installation had been applied. They are seeking to have this type of roof system installed at other properties that they own throughout the United States.