Definition: Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) is a single ply membrane consisting of synthetic rubber, usually 45 or 60 mils.
Description: Available in black or white, this roof covering provides economical and easy-to-maintain protection for commercial properties.
Application: Mechanically-attached, fully adhered, or ballasted to commercial and low slope roofs.
Definition: Bitumen modified by special processing, generally with the addition of SBS type rubber or atactic polypenes(APP). Some are non-reinforced, while others are reinforced with polyester, polyvinyl acetate, fiberglass, polypropylene or aluminum foil.
Description: Problems associated with traditional, low slope asphalt roofs are solved by impregnating rubber or plastic into the product. Modified bitumen is available in a heavy commercial grade to withstand foot traffic, and in a granular-surfaced residential grade to match most shingle colors.
Application: Mechanically-attached, torch down, or peel and stick to commercial, residential and low slope roofs.
Definition: A layer of any brush consistency product spread over a surface for protection.
Description: There are many different types of roof coatings, each chemically formulated to solve specific problems. They can be spray-applied directly to a metal deck to provide a seamless, waterproof covering. They can also be applied over existing roof coverings to repair, protect, beautify, and extend their useful life.
Application: Brush or spray applied to commercial, residential, low and steep slope roofs.
Definition: Polyvinyl Chloride Polymer (PVC) Blend is a single-ply membrane consisting of thermoplastics reinforced with a high-strength polyester scrim.
Description: Available in white, gray and tan, this roof covering provides superior weather-proofing. Its ability to withstand water, resistance to chemical damage, and clean look set it apart from other systems.
Application: Mechanically-attached, fully adhered to commercial, residential and low to medium slope roofs.
Definition: Small units of material which are laid in a series of overlapping rows as roof covering.
Description: The shingles family includes:
- Spanish Tiles
- Wood Shakes
- Natural and Synthetic Slate
- Architectural Metal Panels
- and the most common, Asphalt Shingles
Definition: A single-ply reflective roofing membrane made from polyprophylene and ethylene-propylene rubber polymerized together.
Application: Installed in a fully adhered or mechanically attached system on commercial roofs.
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