Roofing for Commercial building of any size

There are many different options for commercial roofing. To become more familiar with these options please take a second to read more about them and the benefits they have to offer.

  Rubber Roofing (TPO, EPDM & PVC)  
  Modified Bitumen  
  Built Up Asphalts  
  Standing Seam Metal  
  Slate (real & synthetic)  
  Guttering & Accesories  





TPO: (thermoplastic polyolefin) Single-ply roof membrane constructed from ethylene propylene rubber.

Single-ply roofing membranes have been available for over 10 years. TPO roofs are gaining in popularity for new construction and as the replacement roof of choice.

Eco-Friendly - Thermoplastic polyolefin roofing membrane is white. It is particularly popular in southern states where its reflective properties reduce energy costs for companies. When companies are able to consume less gas or electricity to cool their buildings, their operations have a reduced environmental impact.

Savings - Over a 10-year period, TPO roofing systems have been shown to save as much as $250,000 in warmer climates like Florida and Texas. Even in colder regions such as Pennsylvania and Ohio, the savings is approximately $35,000.

Membranes - Thermoplastic polyolefin roofing membranes are available in a variety of thicknesses. For TPO roofing applications, thicknesses include 45 mil (.045"), 60 mil (.060"), 72 mil (.072"), and 80 mil (.080").

Warranty - Depending upon the TPO roofing system chosen, warranties are available for five, 10, 15 and 20 years. The types of warranties available for commercial roofing applications depends upon several criteria including exposure to wind speeds and the thickness of the membrane you select.
Thermoplastic polyolefin roofs are attached either by fastening to the building's roof deck or fully adhered. The TPO roofing system is both Energy Star compliant and Cool Roof Rating Council certified.

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Built-Up:  A roof membrane consisting of layers of bitumen, which serves as the waterproofing component, with plies of reinforcement fabric installed between each layer. The reinforcement material can consist of bitumen-saturated felt, coated felt, polyester felt or other fabrics. A surfacing is generally applied to complete the roof system. Common surfacings include asphalt, aggregate, emulsion and granule-surfaced cap sheets.

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Modified Bitumen:

(MB) roofing is an asphalt-based, close cousin of the Built-up-Roof (BUR) designed for buildings with low-slope or “flat” roof structures. Engineered modified bitumen roofing membranes originated in Europe in the mid 1960's and have been used successfully in the United States and Canada since approximately 1975.

Increased resistance to brittleness at cold temperatures, greater flow resistance at high temperatures, and increased elasticity can be achieved by blending synthetic rubberized polymers with asphalt in lieu of modification by the blowing process used for BUR asphalt. 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. Mineral-surfaced MB products are typically furnished with white granules, but are also available in designer colors to match asphalt shingles or to otherwise compliment the building design.

MB gives designers and installers an even broader array of options than BUR. MB may be installed by the torch-application method, or “hot-mopped” like BUR, or applied with “cold-process” adhesives. The latest innovation with MB is the self-adhering sheet. Using special combinations of polymers to modify the underside of the MB sheet, the rolls are manufactured with a release paper. The installer removes the release paper and as the sheet is rolled out, it adheres itself to the substrate. This method eliminates the risks associated with the use of torches, hot asphalt, and is completely free of VOC (volatile organic chemicals) fumes during and after application.
Benefits of Modified Bitumen Roofing

  • Proven track record of performance
  • Superior waterproofing characteristics
  • Broad range of application methods
  • Wide choice of top-surfacing, including “Cool Roofing” options
  • With insulation, provides an even better-performing building component
  • High tensile-strength
  • Available as part of a fire, wind, and/or hail rated roofing system
  • Competitive life-cycle cost
  • Available with flame-free and VOC-free installation
  • Long-term warranties are available with many MB systems

We are a GAF Certified Contractor and recommend their products to our customers.
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