- Storm Restoration Specialists
- Restoration Repairs
- 24 Hour Emergency Repairs
- Roof Evaluations and Lifespan Reports
- Preventative Maintenance Programs
- Engineer Reports – Evaluations
- Construction Management
- Cost Plus Construction
What sets us apart from our competitors.
- Core Testing
- Field Surveying
- Site Staging
- Construction Preparation and Progress Meetings
- Construction Supervision
- Client and Tenant Coordination
- Safety and OSHA Compliant
Commercial Roofing Systems
The EPDM (ethylene propylene diene terpolymer) rubber roofing membrane has been an appealing choice of the low-slope commercial roofing industry for over 40 years. EPDM continues to be a top choice of architects, roof consultants and contractors for both new construction and replacement roofing projects.
The greatest test of any construction material is how it performs under actual field conditions. Forty years of empirical experience in field applications has shown EPDM to have the roofing industry’s longest average service life. Characteristics that contribute to this superior overall system performance include:
- Cyclical membrane fatigue resistance
- Proven hail resistance
- High resistance to ozone, weathering and abrasion
- Flexibility in low temperatures
- Superior resistance to extreme heat and fire
- Thermal shock durability
- Ultraviolet radiation resistance
EPDM’s high resistance to wind damage has also proven to be an increasingly desirable attribute. These roof systems can be designed to meet a variety of wind uplift criteria from Factory Mutual, including 1-60, 1-90, and 1-120 ratings and greater, and the stringent code of Dade County, Florida.
Thermoplastic Polyolefins (TPOs)
TPOs are the “new generation” roofing membranes that combine attributes of two of today’s popular flexible single-ply membranes EPDM and PVC. These attributes include long-term weathering resistance, cold temperature flexibility, tear resistance, puncture resistance, chemical resistance and heat-seaming capability. TPO membranes can be manufactured in a range of colors, including black. In addition since TPOs are a true thermoplastic material, they do not cure after exposure to the elements, and they remain hot-air weldable throughout their service life.