Why should Roofing Contractors consider Thermo Materials®?

  • Thermo Materials® fluid-applied membrane systems (reflective roof coatings) provide peace of mind.
  • Fluid-applied membrane systems are easy to install, simplify crew training, reduce on-the-job risk, require fewer job call-backs, and can result in better crew retention.
  • The use of Thermo Materials® provides opportunities to work with agencies and public entities (schools, utility companies, local – state – federal government) that are under executive order to use energy efficient products that meet Energy Star standards.
  • Fluid-applied membrane systems provide easier and safer installation than hot-applied systems.
  • Thermo Materials® meet Title 24 and other state and local compliance requirements for energy savings and sustainability.

Reasons to use Thermo Materials® on your next project:

  • Since 1948, Thermo has been providing solutions for difficult roofing conditions.
  • Dedicated project and product support from our Texas headquarters.
  • Virtual 24 hour support via our website providing technical documents, specifications and scope of work detail for each system.
  • Thermo Materials® are formulated to last longer than most other coating restoration systems in the industry.
  • Standard product warranty and system warranties up to 20 years depending on substrate.
  • Thermo conforms to the guidelines set forth by the EPA and DOE under the Energy Star program.
    In addition to Energy Star, Thermo liquid restoration products have approvals from UL and Miami-Dade County, and are listed with Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC).
  • Thermo Materials® systems add less than one pound per square foot, so the roof’s integrity remains sound.

*Coatings are considered “restoration” and not a new roof system installation. Therefore, they may be expensed in the fiscal year during which they are applied instead of amortizing the cost over the life of the roof (as in a new membrane installation). This can be a huge tax benefit to some building owners. Check with your CPA or CFO to properly apply this information to your own roof situation.