Installing a fluid applied roofing system at your building is an investment. All investments are about results and return. So while you are exploring the possibility of a fluid applied roofing system for your building we’d like to help you understand the ROI behind these roofing systems.

Reduced Heating and Cooling Costs

Once you install a fluid applied roofing system on your building you’ll begin to see a return on that investment on a monthly basis. The return will come in the form of reduced bills associated with the heating and cooling of your building.

Fluid applied roofing systems are incredibly effective in containing the warm or cool air inside your building while minimizing the effects of cold or hot air outside. This allows you to reduce the amount of energy consumed while heating or cooling your building, and see a return on your investment in a fluid applied roofing system on a monthly basis.

Fluid Applied Roofing Tax Benefits

Installing a fluid applied roofing system not only can reduce your costs associated with heating and cooling, it can also bring you savings by way of your taxes! When you install a fluid applied roof you may be eligible for state and federal tax rebates in addition to LEED points for sustainability and reflectivity.

A Sustainable Roofing System Built To Last

If you manage or own a building you understand the costs associated with maintenance and replacing your roofing system. Fluid applied roofing systems are built to last the lifetime of your building, reducing the costs associated with future replacements, and upping the value of your building.

Fluid applied roofing systems will survive the duration of your buildings life, here is a look at other roofing systems life spans.