EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer)
This is commonly referred to as “rubber” roofing. Single-ply EPDM is made of high-performance synthetic rubber compound that provides outstanding weather characteristics in climates worldwide. EPDM varies in thickness from 45 mil to 90 mil, available reinforced or non-reinforced, and is typically black in color.
EPDM is one of the most popular materials for both new and reroof low-slope roofing applications based on its durability, design versatility, and installation ease.
We install Firestone, Johns-Manville, and Versico, EPDM materials.
TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin)
TPO single-ply roofing membranes are among the fastest growing commercial roofing systems. Mainly this is due to the increased use in the southern climates where reflective, energy-efficient and cool roof products area becoming the standard. TPO roofing membranes provide exceptional resistance to ultraviolet, ozone, and chemical exposure. Thermoplastic membranes are flexible, reinforced, and heat-weldable membranes. TPO membranes are available in a variety of colors.
We install Firestone, Johns-Manville, and Versico, TPO materials.
PVC (polyvinyl chloride)
PVC roofing comes is a variety of thicknesses. The most common are probably 50 mils, or fifty one-thousands of an inch, or .050”, and 60 mils (.060”). Other thicknesses are 40 mil (.040”), 80 mil (.080”), and then there are fleeceback materials (PVC membrane with a fuzzy underside) that go up to 115 mils. They’re actually the standard thicknesses (50, 60, and 80 mils) with the fuzzy backing adding to it which makes it thicker.
We install Duro-Last, Johns-Manville, Versico, and Sarnafil, PVC materials.