Residential & Commercial Roofing Services
Commercial roofing materials include:
TPO and PVC Roofing
TPO and PVC roofs are single-ply systems that use thermoplastic membranes. These types of roofs are highly reflective in order to save energy. Using heated, welded seams, these roofs possess greater strength as well as resistance to punctures, grease, oil, and other chemicals. They are easy to repair and Energy Star approved.
BUR (Built Up Roofing)
This roof type has been in use for more than 100 years. Also known as a tar and gravel roof, the installation process involves alternating layers of a heavy roofing felt and either hot asphalt or tar that is then coated with a mineral such as gravel. These roofs are durable, easy to repair, and low maintenance.
Ethylene propylene diene monomer, or EPDM, creates a single layer of rubberized roofing that is UV resistant. This long-lasting roof doesn’t require a mineral coating, which makes the roof lighter than its tar and gravel roof counterparts. Being lightweight, it reduces strain on the structure, making it ideal for commercial buildings.
Elastomeric Roof Coating
While not actually a roof, this coating is a spray that cures into a flexible rubber membrane. It is ideal for covering a metal roof. If your commercial building has a metal roof, this might be the right roofing material for you. Talk to our team to learn more.
Modified SBS Or APP
SBS or APP is a polyester-reinforced granular surface bitumen cap sheet. Available in various colors, this type of material is a good match to use over a built up roof (BUR). It can also be applied as a single ply over a base sheet. It is durable, resistant to foot traffic, and requires little maintenance.