Industrial properties need the best attention to detail and maintenance to ensure there are no disruptions to business. Industrial roofing often has a flat or low slope roof design. There are more elements than just sun and weather to wear down a roofing system including chemicals, exhausts, and residues so it is important to have a roof professionally installed and maintained. Roofing materials typically used for industrial roofing include:
- Modified Bitumen (MB): MB is asphalt with additives which give it plastic or rubber-like properties, to make it much more durable than asphalt alone.
- Metal Roofing: Metal roofing works very well for low slope roofs. Normally we will use steel, aluminum or copper. Metal roofs can also be very attractive.
- Built-Up Roofing (BUR): BUR is very popular on low slope roofs. It consists of a number of layers of material, laminated together. Materials can include asphalt, fiberglass, and types of insulation.
- Spray polyurethane foam (SPF): SPF or foam is sprayed onto the roof surface as a liquid and puffs up to form a single membrane covering the entire roof. It is seamless, flexible, and lightweight. This creates a seamless, protective barrier around vents and pipes throughout the roof.
- Single Ply Roofing: 4 elements apply to single ply roofing: an insulation layer, a single ply membrane, flashing and an adhesive. These membranes are referred to as PVC or TPO. They can be composed of rubber polymers, plastic polymers. or modified asphalt.
For industrial sites we offer new roofs, re-roof, roof coatings, recover and repair services. We can provide large quantities of materials for any size space. We are licensed with Carlisle SynTec, Versico, GenFlex, Duro-Last, GAF, Owens Corning, and Certainteed. We are approved for material, labor, and workmanship warranties.