membrane roofing

PVC Membrane Roofing

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 insulation board must first be installed to help with energy costs. The  membrane is installed in rows (6-18′), each of which must be hot-air  welded at the seams. Many contractors choose to mechanically fasten the edges to help prevent uplift.

EPDM Rubber Roofing

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Manufacturers try to avoid seams with EPDM membrane sizes that can reach  50′ wide by 200′ long. These huge pieces are great for avoiding  possible leaks at the seams, but these wide rolls are also very  difficult to handle during the installation. EPDM membranes install like a giant sticker, but this must be done slowly and with precision to avoid air bubbles

TPO Roofing

TPO Roofing Membrane

Insulation boards are first fastened to the roof substrate. TPO also  comes in rolls and can be mechanically fastened to the insulation boards  or installed with the self-adhesive. 

Modified Bitumen Roofing

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 modified bitumen is a type of membrane  roofing that’s installed in multiple layers, each of which is  torched to the surface below at every ¼ turn of the roll. This is a very  labor intensive process that absolutely must be performed by a  professional. 


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Built up Roofing

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The installation includes applying multiple layers of ply sheets that are  bonded together using hot asphalt. The top layer can be a reflective  coating for energy efficiency or gravel for added durability.  

Spray on Roofing

Spray on Roofing

Applying a spray to a roof sounds easy. The material can be applied  right over an existing roof so little to no prep work is needed besides  cleaning. It’s still important to apply the spray evenly and delicately  though.