A lack of structural integrity can kill your business. If your roof becomes filled with holes, continually leaking, or are in need of general repair, ignoring these problems can lead to commercial failure, or at the very least a drop in financial growth.
There are a few different options available to those companies in need of a new and improved roof:
EPDM– Ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) roofing, commonly known as rubber roofing.
TPO– A thermoplastic polyolefin roof(TPO) has become a very popular option, especially among commercial building owners.
PVC– PVC, or polyvinyl chloride, roofing is composed of two layers of PVC roof material with polyester acting as a reinforcement between the layers. The layers also include additives that make the material UV-stable and flexible, while also preventing curing. Like EPDM and TPO, it is lightweight.
SPF– A spray polyurethane foam (SPF) roof becomes made from a form of plastic that transforms from a liquid into a solid in a matter of just seconds, while also expanding about 30 times as it dries.
Asphalt rolls– Asphalt rolled roofing becomes commonly used on buildings with low-slope roofs. Composed of the same materials used to make asphalt shingles.
Acrylic Coatings– Acrylic coatings becomes applied to a variety of roof types. In addition, the preferred alternative replacement is approximately 80% of the time.
Although it isn’t mainstream yet, these coating systems can actually become installed directly to ply-wood in new construction. The fully adhered, water-tight, seamless, and renewable characteristics of a good roof coating cannot become matched.