National Lumber’s Landmark Newton, MA Warehouse Roof Being Repaired with GacoRoof!

National Lumber’s landmark warehouse in Newton, MA needs the roof repaired. This close-up shows the extent of peeling paint and rust.


During the Fall of 2012, you can see this rusty roof transformed by GacoRoof. If you’re in the area of 15 Needham Street in Newton, stop by. Click here for more pictures in our Google+ album.

Don’t replace a roof, if it can be restored with GacoRoof. Here are a few of its commercial & residential uses:

  • 50-year limited warranty
  • Do-it-yourself application in one day
  • Easily applied to virtually any surface
  • Reduce energy costs
  • 100% silicone withstands ponding water
GacoRoof silcone roof coating bonds to most roof surfaces and provides a blanket of waterproof protection that stretches with the roof system. Silicone coating is ideal for flat and low-slope roofs, including homes, garages, and warehouses.
Until now, the only choice for flat roofs were temporary fixes with acrylics which erode from the sun and rain in 3-5 years. With GacoRoof Silicone Roof Coating, building owners can finally coat their roof with the same long-lasting waterproof coating that professional contractors rely upon.
Contact us or come in to any National Lumber location to purchase GACO waterproofing products or to discuss any other details of your project.

2 Responses to “National Lumber’s Landmark Newton, MA Warehouse Roof Being Repaired with GacoRoof!”

  1. 1 NGa. Local Roofing December 26, 2012 at 6:39 pm

    We’ve used GacoRoof Silicone Roof Coating for sometime now it’s increased our business over the long term because where able to offer businesses along term solution at afford prices when considering having to replace there whole roof, this save many business owners ten of thousands dollars.

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