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From heat wave to torrential rains, the roof of your home is your first line of defense from extreme weather. You need to choose a heavy duty roof paint to protect the roof that shelters you.

Paint your roof with Boysen Roofgard, a long-lasting and corrosive resistant roof paint.

Boysen Roofgard is a gloss acrylic water-based roof paint that protects and adheres to galvanized surfaces and concrete roof tiles. It is a durable paint that provides excellent UV resistance, which means it keeps its color better without fading compared to other paints. Its paint film remains flexible over time without cracking and peeling. It also has good gloss retention that translates to good dirt pick-up resistance. In addition, it prevents flash rusting or corrosion so you’re sure you won’t have leaky roof anytime soon.

It is hassle-free to paint your roof with Boysen Roofgard. Since it is water-based, you do not need to use thinners and solvent reducers. You can easily clean paint drips with just soap and water. It also dries in an hour compared to an eight-hour drying time for solvent-based roof paints.

More importantly, if you’re looking for roof paint that doesn’t hurt Mother Nature, this should be one of your options.  It is low in odor, non-flammable, and does not contain hazardous solvents.  Just like all of Boysen paints, Boysen Roofgard does not contain lead or mercury.

A 4-Liter Boysen Roofgard can cover 30-35 sq. m. per coat depending on surface texture and porosity.

Infograph of Boysen Roofgard

How to Use Boysen Roofgard 

You can use Boysen Roofgard on galvanized iron surfaces, pre-painted galvanized sheets, and unglazed roof tiles. Before grabbing your paint brush and paint buckets, make sure to prepare your surfaces. In general, your goal is to ensure a smooth, clean, and dry surface before applying a primer and Boysen Roofgard.  Get the deets and click here to know more about surface preparation for surfaces.

Watch this Boysen tutorial video to see how you can use Boysen Roofgard.

 Painting Schedule

  • Galvanized iron sheets: Boysen offers a wide range of products that is suitable as a primer to Boysen Roofgard. You may choose from the following: Boysen Rust-Off, Boysen Red Oxide Metal Primer, or  Boysen Epoxy Primer Gray or Red Oxide.
  • Unglazed roof tiles: You can either use Boysen Permacoat B-701 White or Boysen EcoPrimer B-105 as a primer.

After primer application, apply the first coat of Boysen Roofgard as topcoat using a brush or an airless spray. Wait for two to four hours, then apply the second coat.

Repainting

If you’re repainting galvanized iron sheets in good condition, then you should wash off the dirt and dust from the surface. Let it dry before applying the first coat of Boysen Roofgard with a brush or an airless spray. After two to four hours, apply the second coat.

Boysen offers limited roof paint colors for this product but you can mix and match paints to achieve your preferred color. 

Available colors:

Product Highlight Roofgard Colors

Boysen Roofgard is available at leading depots and hardware stores nationwide. If you have any technical questions or clarifications, send us an email at ask@myboysen.com or call this number (02) 363-9738 local 417 to 418 during office hours and talk to our Technical Team.

 

Yasmin Aguila
Author

Yasmin Aguila is a copywriter at Boysen Paints Philippines. Interested in making paints fun and relatable, she produces quizzes and painting ideas for this blog. She claims that she is obsessed with yellow, but she always dresses in black from head to toe.

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