EPDM – TPO – Bitumen – Slate – Tile – High Profile Shingle and more
TPO – Cool and easy to maintain, ThermoPlastic Olefin or Polyolefin roofing is extremely resistant to tears, punctures and impact, TPO systems are single-ply roof membranes constructed from ethylene propylene rubber. TPO has the durability of EPDM rubber with the time tested advantage of Hot Air weldable seams. TPO is algae and ozone resistant. It is environmentally friendly and flexible to allow for building movement. TPO is available in white, light gray, and black in thicknesses of either 45 mils or 60 mils.
BUR – Traditional Multi-Ply System, great for sloped roofs.
BITUMEN – All of the Dependability that BUR provides with the addition of Polymer Modifications. Extremely Durable and tailored to High Traffic areas.
EPDM – Also known as Rubber Roofing. EPDM has a proven track record. It can withstand just about anything that sends its way. This strong product holds up in any environment and in any conditions.
POLYURETHANE FOAM – As a spray, this seamless application of polyurethane foam exceeds UL and ASTM standards while providing a variety of finishes.
ASPHALT SHINGLES – The most common choice for most residential and many commercial applications, this durable and proven roofing system protects from the elements while increasing curb appeal. 3 tab shingles are the least expensive option, but most people choose the upgraded look provided by architectural shingles.
CLAY, SLATE and CONCRETE TILES – Tiles have been used around the world for centuries. The timeless look of the various styles also share the advantage of increased durability in fact, you may not need to replace these roofs in a lifetime! As one of the more expensive options, Tile roofs require little maintenance and are designed to last.
COATINGS – There are times that you will indeed need a new roof, but Coatings can extend the life of your roof tremendously and fill in cracks, sealing porous mortar and masonry. Coatings can be applied to EPDM, Bitumen, Metal and BUR and expand and contract with the weather.