The Garland Company has introduced Quick-Slope, a modified acrylic cementitious material designed to disperse standing water on low-slope modified bitumen roofing.
The Garland Company
|The modified acrylic cementitious material can be troweled on in minutes, without removing existing roofing material, according to Garland.|
The Cleveland-based company says the product reduces and redirects water toward existing scuppers or drains. It can also be used to increase localized slope.
Application, Other Features
Once the existing roofing surface is properly cleaned and prepared, Quick-Slope can be troweled on in minutes, without removing existing roofing material, Garland adds.
Its specialized dry polymers and chemical formulation make the material extremely durable once cured, the company says. The low-odor, non-volatile product can be topped with Garland’s Pyramic or Garla-Brite roof coatings for a highly reflective finish.
Garland bills Quick-Slope as a “cost-effective alternative to adding drains or crickets” that “provides a tenacious bond to new or existing smooth or mineral roof systems.”
Garland is a producer of high-performance roofing and building-maintenance systems for the commercial, industrial and institutional markets.
More information: www.garlandco.com.