EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Henry® Company has agreed to acquire National Coatings Corporation®, based in Camarillo, Calif., a leading commercial roofing systems manufacturer of acrylic elastomeric roof coating systems.
The acquisition of National Coatings reinforces the position of Henry as a leading provider of roof restoration systems that extend the life of single-ply roofs, metal roofs, asphalt-based roof systems, foam roofing and elastomeric roof coatings. The National Coatings product offering builds on the Henry Roof Restoration Systems business and enhances the complete Henry offering of high-performing roof coatings and accessories.
Henry Roof Restoration Systems are designed to extend the life of existing roof systems, reduces contractor labor requirements, minimizes business disruption and eliminates landfill waste, leading to improved building energy-efficiency and roof system performance.
"National Coatings is a great company known in the industry for its exemplary products and excellent people,” said Frank Ready, CEO of Henry Company. “We are excited to have National Coatings as part of the Henry® family and are looking forward to leveraging our combined resources to add more value to our roof coatings customers.”
National Coatings products provide durable weatherproofing on hundreds of millions of square feet of existing commercial and industrial roofs and walls. Its brand portfolio consisting of AcryShield®, AcryPly®, and RenuWall® will join Henry's existing product portfolio, highlighted by the Henry Pro-Grade® brand silicone, acrylic, aluminum and asphalt roof coating systems, sealants, primers, mastics and roof cements.
"The National Coatings team is excited to join Henry," said Shawn Collins, president of National Coatings. "The acquisition will accelerate the expansion of innovative National Coatings brands designed to restore commercial roof systems. Being part of Henry will provide a solid platform for future growth outside of our core geographies of the Western and Southwestern United States as well as Hawaii and Guam."