Up on the housetop. Just last month, Santa Claus was hopping rooftops, but now it is the homeowners who have a duty up there. High up in the sky, a roof can catch a lot of debris and renovation upkeep must be periodically fixed. The St. Nick Brush Company understands the importance of roof brushes. A roof brush is a necessary tool and accessory to home improvement. Therefore, we have perfected the art and the functionality of the ideal roof brush. From small messes to big jobs, the roof brush will not waste any time and is ready to tackle whatever is at hand. A roof brush will dust off, scrub hard, remove anything that is dirty.
Additional applications of roof brushes include applying heavy or light coatings on roofs and applying regular bleaches on the surface. Always beware of harsh chemicals. Suit up to keep harsh chemical contact away from skin! The amazing thing about our roof brushes is that it can soak up chemicals well and without becoming damaged.
For a perfectly patched roof, a step-by-step process must be followed. First, with a roof brush, clean off any debris. There is a great possibility that there are piles of leaves stuck up there. The roof must be completely clear of any messes before taking the next steps. After removing the mess, then with that same roof brush, or with a new roof brush, you can apply chemical cleaners to sanitize the surface. After sanitizing the surface with chemical cleaners, it is time to finally apply roof coating. There are several types of roof coating out on the market. Among these are: acrylic reflective elastomeric, fibered aluminum reflective, asphalt emulsion sealer, silicone reflective, liquid rubber, non-fibered foundation, to name the most common choices.
Some roof coatings are special in a way that they are made with new technology that picks up dirt or provides high quality conditions. Of course, these brands might come with a heftier price tag. Evaluate your options, you might find it better to put your money into the more expensive roof coatings.
Roof coatings come in all different colors. There might as well be a color for every roof out in the world. Black, gray, white, cream, to be the most popular. Just as you have had fun picking out paint for the walls, enjoy picking out the ideal roof paint.
Reflective roof coatings (usually colored white) save the roof from wear and tear that is caused by the sun’s harmful UV rays. This solar barrier increases the lifespan of a roof. It will protect the roof from breaking down. When a roof breaks down and forms cracks, this can lead to moisture penetration and cause terrible leaks. Another benefit is that it can reduce Summer cooling costs by up to 40%. This way you can save a decent amount of money on your air conditioning. If you live in a Mediterranean, tropical, or arid climate, this option should be taken into consideration. The recommended surfaces to use white coating on for flat and metal roofs.
If there are cracks in the roof, any leaking areas, best thing to do is to find a proper sealant glue, squeeze it out thick enough to cover the damaged area, then spread the sealant glue out to 2 inches past the damaged area. Allow it to dry for 4-5 hours. Next apply roof coating to prime that area to finalize the job. Allow that roof coating to dry for 8 hours. This job is successfully accomplished by means of a handy roof brush.
As you are cleaning off the roof, be very careful in certain areas. Determine if the roof surface is soft or hard. In the soft areas, do not use a roof brush that is hard. A hard brush can cause damage to the soft roof surface. As for hardened roof areas, use a hard bristled brush. The hard bristles will be most effective to remove everything that has to go.
Now that we have extensively covered roof coatings, we will focus on our St. Nick roof brush. The St. Nick roof brush is very cost effective for its quality. With top-of-the-line engineering and state-of-the-art machinery, our skilled Amish craftsmen make the best brushes and brooms on the market. We must also add that our brushes and brooms are extremely durable. our products are the greatest and will last you for years to come. Our handsome roof brush comes in two design options. One appears to be a basic, handheld, hardwood brush block with a set of a bunch of combined fibers. The other roof brush design option is knotted with galvanized wire wounds. For applying roof tar and heavy coatings, the knotted roof brush is the ideal brush for that type of job. The fibers that use are either white Tampico or polypropylene.
Overall, why choose a roof brush from the St. Nick Brush Company? For its ease of use, affordability, quality, longevity, attractiveness and being unarguably the best. For all your home improvement wants and needs, please consider buying from The St. Nick Brush Company.