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Protective Roof Coatings

Sherwin Williams / Uniflex® Roof Systems

As one of the leading roof coating suppliers, Uniflex® offers roof coating solutions for most types of buildings. These products are UL and FM approved, come with extensive warranty coverage and help solve your roof issues while meeting budget needs. Uniflex® offers a variety of tools to assist Architects, Specifiers, Engineers and other Design Professionals. If you’re involved in property management, Uniflex® can help protect your assets and lower energy costs.

Contractors have trusted these proven systems for over 100 years to help them get the job done right and avoid call-backs. Whether your facility’s roof is metal, modified bitumen, built-up, single-ply, or polyurethane foam, Uniflex® has a coating solution to fit your needs.

Over 100 Years of Experience in the Professional Roof Coating Industry 

KST Coatings, A Business Unit of The Sherwin-Williams Company, has manufactured quality roof coatings for over 100 years. We have over a century of tradition and experience in helping our customers find innovative solutions. Roofing needs have changed over time, but our commitment to meeting our customers’ needs with industry leading service has not.

Energy Saving & Life Extending Qualities 

The Uniflex® Product Portfolio features reflective products that can help reduce cooling costs for your facility and conserve energy. These products conform to Energy Star requirements and are tested and rated by the Cool Roof Ratings Council. In addition to helping you save on your cooling bills, some utility companies offer rebates to building owners who conserve energy by using Uniflex® coatings on their roofs.

You may also realize an accounting benefit as recoating jobs are often deductible in the first year. The benefits to you and the environment don’t stop there. Most Uniflex coating jobs cost a fraction of the price of a new roof installation. By extending the life of your existing roof, you’ll be helping the environment by not filling up landfills with the disposal of the existing roofing materials. Uniflex’s® energy-saving and life-extending qualities make it one of the most environmentally conscious roof coating products on the market.

Recognized for Great Performance 

Many Uniflex® product solutions are Energy Star approved and rated by the Cool Roof Rating Council. Uniflex comes with long-term systems warranties. Not only does Uniflex® offer a great Roof Coating System at an amazing value, but it’s also backed by an incredible guarantee. To further underscore Uniflex’s® recognition for unsurpassed quality and service, below is a partial list of prestigious companies who have specified Uniflex® Roof Coating Systems:

  • Armstrong World Industries
  • Trane Inc.
  • PLG – Plymouth Industrial Park
  • Alumax
  • Sam’s Club
  • Essex Wire
  • Coca Cola
  • South Seas Plantation Resort
  • Thomasville Furniture
  • Leggett & Platt Inc.
  • Grundy County Fairgrounds
  • Georgia Pacific
  • U-Haul
  • Quaker Oats Inc.
  • Lunken Airport
  • Worthington Industries
  • USG Interiors
  • Phillip Morris
  • General Electric
  • Ashland Chemical
  • Lea Industries

Energy Star® Cool Roof Coatings
The Cool Roof Program
Americans spend about $40 billion annually to air condition buildings – sixth of all electricity generated in this country.

  • ENERGY STAR qualified roof products reflect more of the sun’s rays. This can lower roof surface temperature by up to 100F, decreasing the amount of heat transferred into a building.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified roof products can help reduce the amount of air conditioning needed in buildings, and can reduce peak cooling demand by 10-15 percent.
  • Although there are inherent benefits in the use of reflective roofing, before selecting a roofing product based on expected energy savings consumers should explore the expected calculated results that can be found on the Department of Energy’s “Roof Savings Calculator” website at

Please remember the Energy Savings that can be achieved with reflective roofing is highly dependent on facility design, insulation used, climatic conditions, building location, and building envelope efficiency.

Cool Roofs Explained

A high solar reflectance (albedo) is the most important characteristic of a cool roof as it helps to reflect sunlight and heat away from a building, reducing roof temperatures. A high thermal emittance also plays a role, particularly in climates that are warm and sunny. Together, these properties help roofs to absorb less heat and stay up to 50–60°F (28–33°C) cooler than conventional materials during peak summer weather.

Building owners and roofing contractors have used cool roofing products for more than 20 years on commercial, industrial, and residential buildings. They may be installed on low-slope roofs (such as the flat or gently sloping roofs typically found on commercial, industrial, and office buildings) or the steep-sloped roofs used in many residences and retail buildings.

Through the ENERGY STAR program, EPA and the Department of Energy (DOE) help consumers and other purchasers identify the most energy-efficient roofing products. Roofing materials with the ENERGY STAR label have met minimum solar reflectance and reliability criteria. Based on 2006 data from more than 150 ENERGY STAR partners, shipments of cool roof products have grown to represent more than 25 percent of these manufacturers’ commercial roof products and roughly 10 percent of their residential roof products.

Cool Roofs Benefits and

Cool roofs deflect some desired heat gain during the winter. In general, though, cool roofs result in net energy savings, especially in areas where electricity prices are high.

Federal tax credits are available for ENERGY STAR qualified metal roofs and reflective asphalt shingles that are installed on existing homes. For details, please visit ENERGY STAR’s Federal Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency page.

Types of Buildings Subject to Cool Roof Requirements

  • Group A – Assembly 
    Building or structure, or portion thereof, for the gathering of 50 or more persons for purposes such as civic, scial, or religious functions, recreation, instruction, food or drink consumption, or awaiting transportation. Examples: restaurants, arenas, churches, theaters. 
  • Group B – Business 
    Building or structure, or portioned thereof, for office, professional or service-type transactions; includes storage of records and accounts and restaurants with occupant load less than 50. Examples: animal hospitals, kennels, automobile showrooms, banks, barber shops, outpatient clinic and medical offices, educational occupancies above the 12th grade, fire stations, florists and nurseries, testing and research labs, print shops, radio and TV stations. 
  • Group E – Educational (through 12th grade) 
    Building or structure, or portion thereof, for educational purposes through 12th grade for more than 12 hours per week or 4 hours in any one day. Examples: schools, nonresidential buildings used for daycare for more than six children, residential buildings used as daycare for more than 14 persons. 
  • Group F – Factory (low and moderate hazard) 
    Building or structure, or portion thereof, for fabricating, manufacturing, packaging, processing, etc. Examples: furniture manufacturing, bakeries, food processing plants, paper mills, printing or publishing facilities, refuse incineration, shoe factories, dry cleaning facilities. 
  • Group H – Hazardous facilities 
    Building or structure, or portion thereof, that involves the manufacturing, processing, generation or storage of materials that constitute a high fire, explosion, or health hazard. Examples: manufacturing plants for explosives, blasting agents, fireworks, flammable gases; storage facilities for such products. 
  • Group M – Mercantile (sale of merchandise) 
    Building or structure, or portion thereof, for the display and sale of merchandise. Examples: department stores, shopping centers, wholesale and retail stores, markets. 
  • Group S – Storage facilities 
    Building or structure, or portion thereof, for storage not classified as a hazardous occupancy. Examples: storage of beer or wine in metal, glass, or ceramic containers, of cement in bags, of foods in noncombustible containers, of gypsum board, of stoves, washers, and dryers. 
  • Group U – Utility facilities 
    Private garages, carports, sheds, agricultural buildings, and towers 

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Top View Roofing would be happy to answer all your questions and provide you with a free estimate tailored for your building.

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