Sky’s the Limit for Florida Condo Roofs

As printed in the September 2019 issue of Coatings Pro Magazine By Stephanie Marie Chizik on 9/2019

Coating roofs on a condominium can be tricky. There are obviously tenants, concerned with not only odors and sounds, but they can also be intrigued by what’s going on topside. (Who wouldn’t want to take a look?) There is the question of how and when to access the jobsite through someone’s home. And then you have to combine all of those with the general issues of safety, specifications, and warranties. That certainly has the potential for one complicated project!

On this South Pasadena, Florida, condo project, there were two 20-year-old roofs, compounding the situation. Luckily, this isn’t the first roofing rodeo for Unicoat Industrial Roofing Corporation. The eight-man crew working on the six-story-high roofs had been a part of the coatings company for nearly 15 years. According to Dave Kessler of Unicoat, they are “just first class, good guys.”

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