Garland Spotlights Fluid Applied Roof Systems

The Garland Company, Inc. is showcasing its growing type of fluid-applied roofing membranes with a new brochure . With the inception of Garland’s low odor and zero VOC membrane, LiquiTec®, the Cleveland-based manufacturer has revitalized its entire fluid-applied offering with an enthusiastic concentrate on sustainability.

Garland LiquidTec™
Contractor: Riddiford Roofing Company

The brand new Fluid Applied Roof Systems brochure spotlights the benefits of fluid applications along with the features and great things about Garland’s fluid-applied membranes. The piece also addresses previous misconceptions through the entire industry by offering important distinctions between fluid applied membranes and maintenance coatings like: “A maintenance coating can be used to extend the life span of a preexisting roof cover. A reinforced fluid-applied membrane is defined by the NRCA being an additional roof system.” This clarifies the selling point of fluid-applied roof systems as waterproof, reinforced, and with the capacity of doubling a roof’s service life in comparison to maintenance coatings.

Fluid-applied roof membranes are durable fabric-reinforced systems offering robust and seamless waterproofing protection to modified bitumen, BUR, metal, and single-ply roofs. Fluid-applied roofing systems aren’t new to the, however the real ways they’re improving installation and environmental consciousness are revolutionary. Garland has been around the roofing business for over 125 years, and its own commitment to fluid-applied roof systems is marking a fresh era of sustainability for customers.

“Fluid applied membranes are on the way to dominating the. Not merely do these operational systems feature extreme waterproofing capabilities and superb simple installation,” says Garland Product Manager of Fluid Applied Roofing Systems Ed Buczek, “however they have very desirable properties with regards to sustainability also. Each fluid-applied system is manufactured and installed with the very best interests of the environment and customers at heart.”

Garland’s fluid applied membranes can extend the ongoing service life of a roof twenty years or more, rendering it a sustainable option highly. Fluid-applied membranes also reduce waste by avoiding unnecessary tear-offs and reduce energy consumption by promoting reflective surfacing. LiquiTec, which has a low odor and zero VOC composition, is a superb exemplory case of Garland’s commitment to putting first sustainability. Most of Garland’s fluid-applied membranes have the Garland Greenhouse distinction for sustainable achievements in composition and/or impact once installed.

The brand new brochure could be a resource to numerous. Customers weighing cost-effective options, architects searching for unique solutions, and contractors finding your way through installation can all find helpful clarifications and resources in this piece. Garland has added an interactive version to its website also, that provides additional articles, videos, and product details.

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