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New Roof Installations

Thermoplastic Polyolefin

Thermoplastic polyolefin, or TPO, is considered to be one of the fastest growing segments of the commercial roofing industry. TPO is ideal for southern climates because of it's reflective and energy efficient qualities.


• Heat-weldable membrane
• High wind uplift performance

• UL/FM codes and approvals
• Hail and puncture resistannt
• Meets ENERGY STAR® guidelines

• Colors: white, gray and tan and other colors

• Membrane compounded for maximum flexibility

Polyvinyl Chloride

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) has a strong and realiable history in the both European and North American market. PVC offers a strong resistance to rooftop chemicals, including acids, oils and greases.

• Heat-weldable membrane
• UL/FM codes and approvals
• ENERGY STAR-rated, CRRC-listed and Title 24 compliant
• Enhanced property characteristics for long-term weatherability
• Excellent chemical resistance ideal for restaurant and airport applications
• Membrane compounded for maximum flexibility


Durability, design versatility and installation ease are among the many reasons ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) is popular material for both new and reroof low-slope roofing applications. EPDM roofing systems are based on a high-performance synthetic rubber compound that provides outstanding weathering characteristics in climates worldwide. 

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.  This particular roof system is composed and compiled of multiple layers, very similar to what you would find in a built-up roof.

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