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Commercial Roofing

It’s Your Largest Investment, Why Not Protect It?

The systems available to commercial building owners and the way we install these systems vary from residential roofing applications. Therefore, the problems that commercial building owners face and the solutions to their commercial roofing problems also vary from residential roofing applications. Many people don’t realize the differences in residential and commercial roofing applications. Still, it is essential to recognize these two industries are not the same. Simply put, there are differences between them, and we handle them differently.

TPO

TPO, or Thermoplastic Polyolefin, is one of the fastest-growing commercial roofing systems on the market. It's a single-ply roofing membrane that we use to cover flat roofs. A TPO roof, if properly installed and maintained, can last 30 years.

PVC Roofing Systems

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is a reliable and versatile membrane with excellent flexibility, as well as increased resistance to UV, ozone, chemicals, tears, and punctures. PVC membranes feature heat-welded seams, a white reflective color, and ease of repair.

Liquid Membrane Systems

Flexible, highly-reflective, and easy-to-repair liquid-applied roofing provides excellent protection from the elements.

Roof Coating Systems

Roof coating system offers a reliable roofing solution that installs without the need for tear-offs or new insulation.

Modified Bitumen APP

Modified Bitumen (Mod-Bit) membranes are torch applied and made from asphalt that has been modified with one or more polymers or solvents to provide flexibility, impact resistance, and strength.

Modified Bitumen SBS

Modified Bitumen (Mod-Bit) membranes are torch, hot-mop, or cold-applied and made from asphalt that has been modified with one or more polymers or solvents to provide flexibility, impact resistance, and strength.

Built-Up Roofing Systems

Built-up roofing (BUR) is a continuous, semi-flexible roof membrane consisting of multiple plies of saturated felts, coated felts, fabrics, or mats assembled in place with alternate layers of bitumen. BUR can be surfaced with mineral aggregate, bituminous materials, a liquid-applied coating or a granule-surfaced cap sheet. BUR helps to reduce installation costs while tackling the most demanding roof applications.

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