Commercial

Commercial

Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing

Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing. Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) is an eco-friendly roofing option for commercial, industrial and manufacturing facilities. This product is liquid applied and hardens to form an telegraphed insulation across the roofs surface. The insulation is then covered with a silicon or acrylic based liquid applied roof coating, usually netting a 10-15 year renewable warranty.

Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing

Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing. Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) is an eco-friendly roofing option for commercial, industrial and manufacturing facilities. This product is liquid applied and hardens to form an telegraphed insulation across the roofs surface. The insulation is then covered with a silicon or acrylic based liquid applied roof coating, usually netting a 10-15 year renewable warranty.

Single-Ply Membrane Roofing

Single-Ply Membrane is a time-tested roofing option for commercial, industrial and manufacturing facilities. This product can mostly be found on low slope roofs less than 4/12 or 4 inches rise per 12 inches run. The products in this category are EPDM, TPO, and PVC type membranes. Comparison of these products through technical points can be through assessing the scrim layer, warranty parameters, and true installation costs. While one roofing system can be substantially cheaper to initially install, the product life could only be half that of a comparable product.

Material Options

Single-Ply Membrane is a time-tested roofing option for commercial, industrial and manufacturing facilities. This product can mostly be found on low slope roofs less than 4/12 or 4 inches rise per 12 inches run. The products in this category are EPDM, TPO, and PVC type membranes. Comparison of these products through technical points can be through assessing the scrim layer, warranty parameters, and true installation costs. While one roofing system can be substantially cheaper to initially install, the product life could only be half that of a comparable product.

Single-Ply Membrane Roofing

Single-Ply Membrane is a time-tested roofing option for commercial, industrial and manufacturing facilities. This product can mostly be found on low slope roofs less than 4/12 or 4 inches rise per 12 inches run. The products in this category are EPDM, TPO, and PVC type membranes. Comparison of these products through technical points can be through assessing the scrim layer, warranty parameters, and true installation costs. While one roofing system can be substantially cheaper to initially install, the product life could only be half that of a comparable product.

Material Options

Single-Ply Membrane is a time-tested roofing option for commercial, industrial and manufacturing facilities. This product can mostly be found on low slope roofs less than 4/12 or 4 inches rise per 12 inches run. The products in this category are EPDM, TPO, and PVC type membranes. Comparison of these products through technical points can be through assessing the scrim layer, warranty parameters, and true installation costs. While one roofing system can be substantially cheaper to initially install, the product life could only be half that of a comparable product.

TPO – Thermoplastic PolyOlefin

This is the most cost effective commercial roofing application available.TPO is delivered to a job site on rolls, and the overlapping seams are heat welded to create a solid surface roof. Repairs are easily performed on these types of roofs due to the nature of which the plastic coating bonds to the underside of the membrane through a chemical process when heat is applied. This product will reflect sunlight, and usually offered in white color. Scrim is a non woven material used for reinforcing roofing. It’s a relatively new product of technology, more effective than woven fibers. The fibers that make up roofing scrim are chemically bonded, and can be joined at a variety of angles, all adding to its strength and durability.

TPO – Thermoplastic PolyOlefin

This is the most cost effective commercial roofing application available.TPO is delivered to a job site on rolls, and the overlapping seams are heat welded to create a solid surface roof. Repairs are easily performed on these types of roofs due to the nature of which the plastic coating bonds to the underside of the membrane through a chemical process when heat is applied. This product will reflect sunlight, and usually offered in white color. Scrim is a non woven material used for reinforcing roofing. It’s a relatively new product of technology, more effective than woven fibers. The fibers that make up roofing scrim are chemically bonded, and can be joined at a variety of angles, all adding to its strength and durability.

PVC – Polyvinyl Chloride

Comparable to TPO, while slightly more expensive this is a far superior product. We have PVC systems that we can write a 35 year NDL warranty on, which is 10 years longer than any TPO product available. These membranes are offered in wide variety of colors and patterns, and are universally accepted as the top quality product in the industry.

We sell and service all brands of TPO, EPDM, and PVC

PVC – Polyvinyl Chloride

Comparable to TPO, while slightly more expensive this is a far superior product. We have PVC systems that we can write a 35 year NDL warranty on, which is 10 years longer than any TPO product available. These membranes are offered in wide variety of colors and patterns, and are universally accepted as the top quality product in the industry.

We sell and service all brands of TPO, EPDM, and PVC

Metal Roofing

Commercial metal roofing is generally applied as a hidden fastner system called Standing Seam or Exposed Fastener called R panel. These two have very specific installation guidelines that differ greatly from each other. We have over 10 years experience installing both types of common commercial panels including repairs, facet replacements, and new construction applications.

Metal Roofing

Commercial metal roofing is generally applied as a hidden fastner system called Standing Seam or Exposed Fastener called R panel. These two have very specific installation guidelines that differ greatly from each other. We have over 10 years experience installing both types of common commercial panels including repairs, facet replacements, and new construction applications.