The basics of our most common services include:
- Hot tar system: commonly used throughout the U.S. for the past 100 years, layers of fiberglass-based asphalt and reinforcing plies to create a sturdy, durable, waterproof material to protect your structure.
- Torch down systems: similar to the hot tar system, but this includes the “torching down” of overlapping materials to create a virtually seamless waterproof sheet above a fiberglass base.
- EPDM systems: short for ethylene propylene diene terpolymer, EPDM roofs are widely used in many modern commercial structures, this is comprised of ethylene and propylene which are fused together to create an exceptionally sturdy synthetic rubber membrane to protect the structure from water and extreme weather.
- White TPO systems: short for thermoplastic, TPO systems are comprised of a single-ply membrane made of ethylene and propylene. The seams are fused together to create an essentially seamless material that is not only waterproof, but also fire resistant, protects from algae, chemicals and provides good flexibility for building movement.