Temple Emanuel Religious School
Size: approximately 23,000 square feet
System: National Coatings AcryPly® Emulsion and Acrylic Roof Restoration System
The building at Temple Emanuel in Beverly Hills, California contained a failing BUR substrate with extensive repair and failures around many of the seals. It was important to the school to restore the existing roof to a maintainable state without any major disruptions to the existing school in session.
National Coatings installed the AcryPly Emulsion and Acrylic Roof Restoration System. This system allowed all existing roof deficiencies to be addressed by installing a layer of emulsion and polyester reinforcing fabric to essentially build a new, fully adhered, monolithic roof system over the top of the existing BUR roof. The AcryPly System provided Temple Emanuel Religious School with a non-disruptive roof containing high performance acrylic base and top coats with increased reflectivity in order to reduce their cooling costs.
The application process was successful, causing no disruption to the students inside the building and the owners were very pleased they could restore their existing roof, avoid a tear-off, save a lot of money, and gain a system that will perform for many years to come.