No matter what kind of roofing style, color, or finish you have now, there’s a metal roofing style to match or compliment the look of your building.
In addition to panelized metal roofing systems commonly used on commercial buildings, today’s metal roofing is available in designer looks that simulate shingles, slate, shakes, or slate.
Considered as one of the most popular kind of roofing systems used in commercial roofing, a Built-Up Roof (BUR) is built to withstand adverse weather conditions in extreme climates. Its layered configuration makes it virtually impenetrable to water.
Built-up roofs are relatively low maintenance, easy to repair and over their lifespan are arguably inexpensive.
Modified Bitumen roofing is an asphalt-based, close cousin of the Built-up Roof (BUR) designed for buildings with low-slope or “flat” roof structures.
There are numerous surfacing options for this system which include a factory applied mineral surface, gravel surface, including “cool roof” coatings which are highly-reflective to save on building cooling costs.
Polyurethane Foam expands to approximately 30 times its original liquid volume that forms a barrier around pipes, vents, and edges- resulting in a weather tight roofing system.
It’s method of application as a spray makes it easy to install, and with proper maintenance, should last the entire life-cycle of the building.
TPO & PVC (Thermoplastic Single-Ply Membranes) deliver excellent weatherability and long-term strength and flexibility, as well as excellent resistance to punctures and tears, and superior reflection of the sun’s rays.
They are also a more economical choice when compared to built-up roofing systems, making TPO & PVC the prime choice when an energy efficient, low cost roofing system is required.
EPDM (Thermoset Single-Ply Membranes) is an extremely durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane that has demonstrated superior weatherability through a wide range of temperatures and conditions over the past 40 years.
EPDM continues to be a top choice of architects, roof consultants, and contractors for both new construction and replacement roofing projects.
Roof coatings come in a number of forms such as acrylic, silicone, butyl, etc. These liquid products are used in the restoration of metal, modified bitumen, built-up, TPO, PVC, and EPDM membrane roofs.
Not only are roof coatings used to extend the life of flat roofs, they can also be used in the restoration of steep slope roofs.