Our Commercial Roofing Systems

  • TPO is designed for maximum reflectivity and heat resistance, easily qualifying it for LEED credit, an outstanding Energy Star rating, and Cool Roof Rating Council approval. Reduced cooling expenses are a consistent cost saver for businesses with TPO roofs, and its weatherproof features make it excellent for storm-prone areas.

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  • In cold-weather environments, EPDM stands up well against freezing and hail damage. EPDM is also resistant to heat, pushing thermal energy away from your business while maintaining its integrity. It resists aging from ultraviolet exposure, staying flexible and functional instead of breaking or becoming weaker to penetration over time.

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  • Thermoplastic PVC is a time-tested and extremely cost-effective solution. Fortunately, choosing PVC based on its inexpensive price tag will not compromise environmental factors, as the material is highly reflective and recyclable. It also carries an efficient Energy Star rating, and in many cases is eligible for cool roof paybacks and LEED credit qualification.

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  • Metal roofs are extremely durable and weather resistant. Even under consistently severe weather, metal roofs will not corrode or become brittle. Today’s models also last as long as 40 years, which is twice as long as the last generation of metal roofs. This longevity, coupled with lower maintenance costs than some other roofing options, helps to offset the increased cost of initial installation.

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  • For high-traffic or equipment-laden roofs, modified bitumen offers a sturdy and safe solution. These roofs are thicker and much more resilient to contact with metal machinery and other sources of weight or friction. Unlike some other thicker roofing options, however, modified bitumen does not require a heavy gravel cover.

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  • Roofs coated with elastomeric seals are much more resistant to heat, rain, dust, dirt, and wind. This added insurance means a much lower risk of damage to your underlying roof and the building it protects.

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  • Built-up roofs are primarily used for their low cost in both materials and installation labor. If immediate affordability is the top priority, a built-up roof may provide exactly what a business needs.

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