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REFLECT-TEC® Roof Coating

On a hot day, your Florida home can absorb as much as 90% of the sun’s radiant energy, especially if it has dirt, mold, or mildew build-up. Here at Sunbelt Home Solutions we provide homeowners across Florida’s West Coast – including Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Fort Myers, and more – with REFLECT-TEC® technology that can lower the surface temperature of your roof by up to 40º. REFLECT-TEC® is a revolutionary technology that combines Kynar Aquatec® technology with patented heat-reflective technology which helps reflect the vast majority of infrared rays contained in sunlight off your home, naturally lowering the surface temperature. Available in numerous color options, REFLECT-TEC® will lower your monthly energy costs and ensure your Florida home looks stunning for years to come.

Solar Protection 

We regularly apply REFLECT-TEC® roof coatings for homeowners in Florida. This reflective roof paint can keep your home and roof temperatures from excessive spikes. Once we apply REFLECT-TEC® to your Florida home, you can expect to enjoy:

  • More comfortable indoor temperatures

  • Lower monthly energy bills 

  • A reduced carbon footprint 

REFLECT-TEC® comes in a variety of colors and has the ability to mimic the terracotta tiles found on many Florida homes. Our coatings also feature Fade Block™ protection, repel dirt accumulation, and resist both mold and mildew growth, so you can rest easy knowing your home will look beautiful for years to come.

Reflective roof paint for Florida homeowners - including Fort Myers, Sarasota, St. Petersburg, and more - that is energy efficient and designed to last a lifetime.

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We proudly serve West Coast Florida homeowners – including Fort Myers, Sarasota, Bradenton, St. Petersburg, Tampa, Clearwater, and more – with Energy Star® certified roof coatings that will save you money and last a lifetime. Contact us today to schedule your free estimate and learn more about the home improvement products we offer homeowners across Florida’s West Coast.