Single Ply Roofing System
Single-Ply roofing systems are one of the most popular commercial roofing configurations. One of the most attractive qualities for commercial buildings in South Florida is it\’s superior water-proofing. It\’s a very strong, durable and flexible system composed of synthetic polymer membranes (TPO or PVC). With the warm weather in Florida, you may want to consider one of the many “cool roof” options available as a Single Ply Roofing System.
COMMERCIAL ROOF TYPES
Built-Up Roofing Systems (BUR)
This is a great commercial roofing option for low-slope and flat roofing configurations in Florida. One of the oldest and most reliable techniques, a BUR system affords wonderful protection against wet weather. This roof consists of several plies of felt bonded with bitumen. It\’s typically capped off with a glaze coating of asphalt and slag or gravel.
OTHER COMMERCIAL ROOF OPTIONS
An asphalt material modified with a rubber (SBS) or plasticizer (APP). This type of roof material is applied using a heat-welding method or with an adhesive. Superior Waterproofing qualities along with a proven history.
One of most cost effective and by far, the most popular option for a sloped roof. This a very durable and long-lasting material with a tremendous number of options. The most popular design styles are three-tab and architectural. Asphalt roofing materials are available in wind and hail resistance options as well.
Unmatched durability and design flexibility is making this one of the most popular options today. The most popular styles of metal roofs include Standing Seam, 5V Crimp, and Stone Coated.
One of the most durable roofing systems available, particularly for a high slope roof situation. Naturally fire-resistant, water-repellent, and performs very well in wind and hail conditions. A tile roof has a higher up-front cost, but ends up being one of the most affordable options when the entire life-cycle of the roof is taken into consideration.