This article deals with the spectral radiative properties of coatings consisting of hollow ceramic microspheres. They were selected from the commercial coatings available in the Slovak and Czech Republics. The aim was to measure and compare their spectral emissivity properties with standard facing coatings by means of infrared spectroscopy. The measured data demonstrates that the coatings have the same radiative properties as a standard building coating. Two reflective measurement methods (DRIFT and ATR) were used for this purpose. These results have been compared, and the DRIFT method was finally recommended for determining the spectral radiative properties of the materials measured.