LOW SLOPE ROOFING
Low slope roofing materials are commonly used in commercial settings. A low slope roof requires may require more maintenance since it is prone to hold humidity due to precipitations.
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WIDELY USED IN COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION
Low slope roofing materials also include walkable materials, these are not only found in commercial settings but in residential buildings too, making them the best product for a deck or balcony exposed to climatic events.
EPDM roofing is made from tough synthetic rubber; it can handle our harsh weather – the scorching sun or those bone-chilling winters. It’s light and bendy, which means it fits snugly on all kinds of roof shapes. Plus, EPDM is low maintenance and long-lasting.
In the north, we know a thing or two about tough weather, and that’s where built-up roofing really shines. It’s like layering up for winter. With tar and gravel piled up, it forms a solid barrier against whatever the sky throws at us. This roofing keeps our buildings cool when the summer sun is blazing and nice and warm when the snow starts to fall. For our commercial buildings, built-up roofing is a no-brainer. It’s reliable, low-fuss, and built to last.
Modified roofing is made strong with rubber or plastic, making it bend without breaking. This stuff can take on our wildest weather – blistering heatwaves and cold snaps. When you lay it down, it seals up tight, keeping water out. Modified roofing also keeps buildings cool in the summer and cozy in the winter.
TPO (Thermoplastic Olefin) roofing is earning a solid reputation. It hits the sweet spot between being budget-friendly and high-performing. Known for its ability to reflect heat and boost energy efficiency, TPO is a smart pick. Its white, reflective surface is a real asset in handling intense sunlight exposure. The durability of TPO, resisting tears, punctures, and even mold, makes it even more appealing. For our range of weather conditions, TPO roofing stands out as a sensible, enduring choice.
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