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Case Study: Silicone for Commercial Roof Repair

In Case Studies, News by Infinity Roofing

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For commercial building owners and property managers, finding out there’s a leak in your roofing system is bad news. Depending on the extent of the damage, it could mean the entire roof needs replacing. Replacing a commercial roofing system is a long, arduous, and expensive process. But what if there was another option that didn’t require a costly roof tear-off? Infinity Roofing recently worked with chemical manufacturer Volatile Free, Inc. on a case that resulted in a better solution for commercial roof repair involving silicone.

As a family owned and operated business since 1995, VFI has extensive experience in high performance polymers. Infinity Roofing trusts their industry knowledge and expertise when it comes to solving commercial roofing problems. Together, they were able to solve a complex problem for the client that let them keep their existing roof. 

The Initial Problem

A client first reached out to Infinity Roofing in need of a long-lasting waterproofing solution that was more affordable than replacing the entire commercial roofing system. They wanted something that required minimal downtime so it wouldn’t disrupt their business. In search of an answer, Infinity Roofing contacted their VFI representative. 

Finding a Solution

When Infinity reached out to VFI for a solution to the waterproofing issue, durability and longevity were top priorities. The answer had to address the ongoing leak problem but still last long enough to warrant a roof repair versus a replacement. VFI selected the High Solids Silicone Roof System as the best solution to the client’s needs.  

Learn the Outcome by Reading the Full Case Study

Do you want to learn more about how VFI’s silicone commercial roofing system prevented an entire roof replacement?  Read the full case study to see how Infinity Roofing and VFI worked together to create a long-term solution that will lengthen the life of an existing roof.