Thermoplastic Polyolefin is a fast-growing commercial roofing system that is made of thermoplastic polyolefin. TPO roofing systems are made up of a single layer of polymers and reinforcing scrim that may be used to cover flat roofs. The membranes that make up most TPO are 10, 12, or 20 feet wide. These sheets are brought to the commercial site in rolls.
TPO has become a standard in the window film industry with its natural reflecting surface that reflects UV radiation. According to the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA), TPO accounts for around 40% of the commercial roofing marketplace.
Modified Bitumen Roofing
Modified Bitumen (MB) roofing is an asphalt-based roofing system for buildings with low-slope or “flat” roofs.
Modified Bitumen Roofing Systems are made to endure harsh weather conditions. It’s one of the most popular flat roofing systems on the market today, with five layers of protection.
The five-layer system of the Modified Bitumen Roofing Systems comprises:
- Modified Base Sheets or Piles
- Modified Bitumen Membranes
Steel or aluminum are the most popular commercial metal roofing materials. Galvalume steel, which is galvanized or coated after being manufactured, is used to make many steel panels.
A rustic appearance is given to some steel panels by leaving them uncoated. The three other types of metals utilized in metal roofs are copper, aluminum, and zinc.
AES Epoxy Roof Coating
AES Epoxy Roof Coating is a flexible two-part epoxy designed to protect a variety of surfaces including rubber, concrete, foam, plywood, metal, and petroleum-based surfaces. It is especially suited to applications where surface movement may defeat the protection of a rigid coating.
AES Epoxy Roof Coating is excellent for waterproofing EPDM, TPO, PVC, built-up, single ply, polyurethane foam, concrete, and metal roofs. The flexibility retained by AES Epoxy Roof Coating allows for surface movement caused by thermal shock to most structures.
AES Epoxy Roof Coating can be applied to EPDM, TPO, PVC, built-up, single ply, polyurethane foam, concrete, and metal roofs
Tear-Offs & Re-Roofs
Do you need a new roof for your commercial property? We offer complete tear-off and re-roofing replacement services. Tear-offs involve complete removal of the current roof, while re-roofing is where we install the EPDM roofing membrane of your existing roof. Not sure which one is best for your situation? Get in touch with us today!
Reliable Roof Repairs & Inspections
Making sure your roof is secure, energy-efficient and within code is the best investment you can make in your home. When you need your roof inspected – whether for new construction compliance, insurance requirements or just to be on the safe side – you can depend on us to give you an honest evaluation after a thorough inspection of the interior and exterior factors. Our expert team of certified roof inspectors gives you the most accurate results available.
Our inspections include checking for:
- We offer free in-home estimates.
- Emergency services are available.
- Every project is completed with care by professional and experienced roofers.
- We are fully licensed and insured.
- We work with the most reputable roofing companies across the nation.
- Our Contractors provide affordable rates, excellent service, and exclusive warranties.
- Attic conditions
- Water leaks and staining
- Secure, missing, buckling, or curled shingles
- Skylight sealing
- Chimneys and other vents
- Structural damage
- Weather damage
- The next time you need your roof inspected – whether for your business or your home – give us a call for a roof inspection you can trust
Standing Seam Metal Roofing
Standing seam metal roofing systems. These metal roofing systems are in high demand. We offer both architectural and structural metal roofing systems in profiles of 1”, 1.5” & 2” seam heights. All of our panels are secured with UL-engineered clips and Flathead screw fasteners. The beauty and elegance of a true standing seam metal roof are unparalleled.
Regularly maintaining roof system components that are constantly exposed to the elements will eliminate or reduce chemical, physical, and thermal stresses.
Left unchecked, these stresses can shorten a roof’s service life and cause untimely damage. Most of our valuables and loved ones are kept under a roof. We rely on these structures to keep both our valuables and loved ones safe and in the best condition possible.
Should anything happen to that roof, you stand to lose your lifelong rewards not counting risking the life of your loved ones and others around you. You should check on the condition of your roof after every six months to ensure that you prevent the high cost of a collapsed roof that might happen when you expected.