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What is Black Jack elastomeric roof coating?

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Black Jack elastomeric roof coating is a brand of flexible roof coating. Made from white acrylic latex, it protects a roof from water and wind damage.

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This type of roof coating expands and contracts with the movement of the roof while resisting cracks and other damage. It is a protective barrier against heat and the sun's UV rays, which leads to cooler surfaces and reduction of the temperatures of the interior rooms. Black Jack elastomeric roof coating is ideal for metal roofs, such as those on many mobile homes. Elastomeric roof coating may also be used on tile and built-up roofs. Elastomeric roof coating is an Energy Star labeled product, and is intended for long-term use.

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