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sahel1

02:34PM | 04/08/10
Member Since: 04/07/10
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I need to ship some kind of insulation overseas to use in a hot, sunny climate. The buildings are existing structures with corrugated steel roofing. Ceramic insulating paint caught my attention. Is it really all it claims to be? Where can I get it in small quantities (enough to cover 4,000 sq. ft)? What is the cost? What do I need for the application? Materials and tools will be hard to come by, so I am looking for a cost effective solution. I've checked out Supertherm and Sunland Coatings, but I have not found a soluton for private home owners.

DougPearce

02:02PM | 04/09/10
Member Since: 04/08/10
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We have supplied SuperTherm to numerous private home owners. Please feel free to contact me personally and I will be happy to assist you in solving your problem. You can reach me through www.eaglecoatings.com or www.supertherm.ca or email me directly at president@eaglecoatings.net.

Best Regards,

Doug

D. W. ( Doug ) Pearce

President
1261-supertherm

gtcoatings

08:28AM | 04/13/10
Member Since: 04/12/10
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sahel1,

The product that you are looking for is Insuladd E-Coat Roof Coating, which is Energy Star qualified when used as a roof coating. Insuladd has true thermal reflecting technology, done in conjunction with the NASA Technology Exchange Program. You can visit www.insuladd.com for more information and testing data. If you have any questions, you can e-mail me at gtcoatings@yahoo.com.

Regards,

Michael Milovina

Green Tech Coatings
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