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Roofing Systems
The info you need to make the best roofing decision.


TPO is a flexible and highly‐reflective single-ply membrane that offers superior long‐term weathering against the elements. If you are looking for great performance at a cost effective price, then look no further. This product can be installed during a variety of times throughout the year. PVC is a high performing single‐ply membrane that provides UV and fire resistance.

PVC roofing membranes are an ideal long-term solution for roofs that demand high performance at a lower life cycle cost. PVC is a flexible, thermoplastic membrane manufactured using UV-resistant polyvinyl chloride. These membranes are reinforced with a low-wicking polyester material. Which offers built‐in resistance to grease, oil, and chemicals. Similar to TPO, it is a flexible roofing membrane with high reflectivity that results in increased energy savings. PVC membranes can be installed in a variety of ways.

EPDM system has delivered more than three decades of commercial roofing success by building upon a heritage of innovation in rubber polymer technology. The versatile membrane offers a variety of installation options including fully adhered, ballasted or mechanically attached that deliver superior long-term weather ability and exhibit exceptional wind-uplift resistance.

Information and pictures of Single-ply roofing...what is it? What are pro's and con's etc. best uses? for example a pro might be “inexpensive” a con might be “limited life expectancy” 15 years and must be replaced.


Shingles made from asphalt are among the most popular and affordable. A few of the most essential facts include:

  • Some types include fiberglass and organic shingles.
  • There are several different sizes, colors and styles to choose from.
  • Many of them meet Energy Star standards, which allows you to save on energy bills.

Metal Roofing

If the roofline of your home is steep or flat, you may want to opt for a metal roof. Made with either constructed or solid metal, this type of roof is both durable and enduring. Metal roofing is very affordable when constructed from a low-galvanized metal. Other types of metal to install include copper, tin, zinc and aluminum. Take good care of your metal roof and it can last you for as many as 50 years. One disadvantage of metal roofing is that it can become rather noisy whenever there’s hail or rain.

  • Heat conduction. Metal reflects radiant heat from the sun, minimizing midday heat gain. This means you save energy needed for air conditioning during the day. Though the material itself is low in insulation R-value, many systems utilize a dead-air space between the metal and roof deck to increase energy efficiency.
  • Maximum shedding of rain and snow. Metal roofing is practically impervious to rain and snow because of the way it is designed to interlock and because the surfaces are hard and slippery.
  • Fire resistance. Because metal roofs are noncombustible, they’re given a Class A fire rating (the most resistant). Part of a roof’s classification depends on materials beneath the surface that could ignite in intense heat. Most metal roofs applied over a combustible material such as wood shingles have a lower, Class C rating.

Modified Roofing

Built‐Up roof systems are made up of asphaltic BUR sheets that are reinforced with fiberglass mats. These systems are “built‐up” on the roof using alternating layers of hot asphalt and BUR sheets. This proven technology provides a strong, durable roof membrane with redundant, multi‐layer protection and you can add a reflective cap sheet as well. High tensile strength and a high degree of dimensional stability, resulting in a roof system with greater resistance to splitting and cracking. Asphalt coating provides high degree of moisture resistance. Fire resistant — for use in UL Class A rated assemblies.

  • Tried-and-true—Roofers have been successfully using this method for more than 100 years.
  • Thick coverage—BURs contain numerous plies that offer protection if outer layers are damaged. You’re not placing all your eggs in one basket.
  • Highly resistant—The gravel surface is durable against everyday wear and tear, reducing maintenance requirements.

Liquid-applied roof systems

Liquid roofing involves the application of a monolithic, fully bonded, liquid based coating to a roof. The coating cures to form a rubber-like elastomeric waterproof membrane, capable of stretching and returning to its original shape without damage. Such coating systems are usually reinforced with secondary materials such as glass-reinforced plastic to provide additional tensile strength. The coatings can be applied over most traditional roofing materials, including felt, asphalt, bitumen, and concrete.