Commercial Roofing Contractor
Roofing Associates can assist you with a variety of flat roofing solutions. Our commercial roofing experts will work with you to determine which flat roofing system is best suited for your building. We use only high quality building materials that are low maintenance and have a high life expectancy. We do new construction and re-roofs. No job is too big or too small for us. We are so confident of the quality of our flat roofing systems that we offer a minimum ten year complete warranty on all new roofs. We pride ourselves on our reputation for quality installation and service. Our experienced and friendly staff will talk to you about your roofing needs and evaluate your roof to determine the need for roof replacement. All of our estimates are free and with no obligation.
Flat Roofing Systems
Thermoplastic Roofing - TPO roofing systems are among the fastest growing commercial roofing systems. Made of an especially durable material with a low-temperature flexibility and a high-temperature tolerance, these roofs are exceptionally resistant to ultraviolet, ozone and chemical exposure. TPO roofs can be expected to have a lifespan of more than 20 years, and also feature an extremely high resistance to heat, fire, punctures, chemicals and high winds. They are sometimes called PVC roofs.
Modified Bitumen- Polymer modified roof membranes are composed of reinforcing fabrics that serve as carriers for the hot polymer-modified bitumen as it is manufactured into a roll material. MB roof system membranes are composed of multiple layers, much like BUR membranes. MB roof systems typically are installed as a two-ply system and almost always are fully adhered. They are sometimes referred to as rubber roofs.
EPDM Roofing- EPDM roofing offers superior durability and versatility, making it one of the strongest and long lasting types of commercial roofs available. EDPM commercial roofing systems are also typically easier to install, maintain and repair than most other types of commercial roofs.EPDM membranes are sometimes called "rubber roofs."