Every 24 hours, the sun rises, and with it so do roof and attic temperatures. In the summer, it is not uncommon for roof surfaces to reach 130 degrees! When the sun sets, temperatures drop. This daily cycle of heating and cooling is referred to as 'thermal shock' and eventually leads to cracking of sealants, and/or premature failure of roof membranes.

We have developed a special blend of sealants and reinforcing fibers to ensure long-lasting repairs, even where water ponds!

Attention to detail makes our repairs effective!

Why Re-roof, when you can Renew?

      The second coat is usually applied within 24 hours, which completes the basic roof restoration process. Most jobs of this nature take about 4 days to complete, and include a 5-year guarantee against leaks along with all implied manufacturer's warranties.

   Once our repair work has sufficiently cured, we power wash your roof and allow it to dry thoroughly. Next, we apply the first coat of elastomeric which takes about a day to dry.

     The purpose of this page is to familiarize our customers with the benefits elastomeric roof coatings provide, as well as provide an overview of how Lucas & Godfrey Roofing performs a basic roof restoration. All photos are of work done by us. To find out what we can do for your roof, call:

Lucas & Godfrey Roofing 575-527-2908

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RESTORE

     Depending upon the overall condition of your roof, it is often necessary to perform  some repairs before elastomeric coatings are applied. This is where a roofer with decades of experience finding and fixing leaks is invaluable. We remove all loose, cracked sealants, and perform necessary repairs to keep your roof leak free.

     Here in southern New Mexico, 'low-slope' or 'flat' roofs are a popular design for homes and businesses. When done properly, they can be relatively maintenance free. However, even the best roofs eventually fall prey to the elements. The sooner you begin preserving your roof, the better.

     The cost effective way to minimize the effects of thermal shock on your roof is to apply a high-quality, elastomeric roof coating. Elastomerics can reduce your roof's surface temperature by 50%, thereby reducing attic and interior temperatures, virtually eliminating thermal shock.

      An elastomeric coating will also preserve the surface of your roof in its current condition and protect it from further ultraviolet degradation.