Roof Types

  • Built Up Roofing System

    Built Up Roof Systems (BUR) have been widely used in Canadian markets for their robust endurance against harsh climates. They are also used extensively for roofs experiencing service traffic via mechanical units and/or penetrations. The industry typically yields 30+ years out of a BUR classification (if installed properly), as they are a proven commodity in the roofing industry.

    Common Types

    • dotConventional
    • dotInverted

    Benefits

    • dotSeamless
    • dotHigh durability
    • dotReflects UV rays – weather resistant
    • dotLow maintenance
    • dotChoice of three-, four- or five-ply roofs to meet your needs and budget
    • dotEasy to repair
  • SBS Modified Bitumen Roof

    SBS modified bitumen roofing can withstand both high and low temperatures due to polymer modification. A standard SBS modified bitumen roof system is a two-ply system applied in rolls that overlap the edge of the previous roll. SBS is often the more popular system, as the synthetic rubber additive increases the product’s flexibility.

    Common Types

    • dotSBS

    Benefits

    • dotHigh durability
    • dotWeather resistant
    • dotEasy to repair
    • dotFlexible
  • TPO Roofing System

    TPO is short for “thermoplastic polyolefin.” TPO is a single-ply roofing membrane that offers excellent performance at a cost-effective price. TPO can be fully adhered, mechanically fastened or ballasted. The seams of the membrane are hot-air welded  to form a strong waterproof bond between sheets.

    Benefits

    • dotDurable – strong puncture-resistant material
    • dotEnergy efficient
    • dotResistant to chemicals: acid, salt, oil etc.
    • dotNaturally fungal resistant
  • EPDM Roof System

    EPDM (ethylene propylene diene terpolymer) is an extremely durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane. It is a reinforced rubber sheet with excellent mechanical and weathering properties. EPDM can be installed either fully adhered, mechanically attached or ballasted, with the seams of the roofing system sealed with liquid adhesives or specially formulated tape.

    Benefits

    • dotResistance to thermal shock, hail and breakdown
    • dotEffective in most climates
    • dotNo shattering in extreme cold
    • dotAbility to withstand damage from UV rays
    • dotAdaptive to structural movement
    • dotCan be recycled when re-roofing
    • dotAvailable in different thicknesses
    • Mechanically Fastened EPDM Roof System
    • EPDM Fully Adhered Roof System
  • PVC Roof System

    PVC (polyvinyl chloride) roofing is a single-ply roofing solution used on commercial or industrial roofs that are flat or low sloped. PVC is the third most widely produced synthetic plastic polymer. PVC membrane comes in rolls of various sizes and thicknesses. PVC roof membranes can be fully adhered, mechanically fastened or ballasted. The rolls are bound together at the seams through heat welding.

    Benefits

    • dotHot-air welded seams and durable
    • dotResistant to strong winds
    • dotStrong, puncture-resistant material
    • dotUV resistant
  • Liquid Applied Coatings

    The coatings can be applied over most traditional roofing materials, including felt, asphalt, bitumen and concrete. Roof coatings extend the life of traditional roof systems and act as a protective membrane to physical damage, general wear and tear, and UV rays. The reflective characteristics can reflect heat and UV rays, which can lower summertime cooling costs.

    Benefits

    • dotCost effective
    • dotHigh performance
    • dotHigh resistance to extreme temperatures
  • Metal Roof System

    Most metal roofs are made from corrugated galvanized steel — a steel sheet coated with zinc. Copper, aluminum or stainless steel metal roofing applications come in a variety of colours. Benefits to metal roofing include longevity, durability and heat resistance. Additionally, metal roofs can withstand high winds and are largely impact resistant. Metal is not permeable to water, which is important in rainy and snowy regions.

    Benefits

    • dotLong lifespan
    • dotEndurance
    • dotNot combustible
    • dotEnergy efficient
    • dotEnvironmentally safe
    • dotLow maintenance
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