Commercial Roofing Ohio — Roofing Company, Roofing Contractor, Dayton, Springfield

Commercial Roofing Ohio - Roofing Company, Roofing Contractor, Dayton, Springfield

Single-Ply sets the trend .   The majority of all Ohio roof jobs now use single-ply systems instead of built up roofs. The appeal of single-ply roofing is clear, as these systems are generally more cost-efficient, longer lasting, and lighter than built up roofs.

Reinforced For Toughness

Hy-Crown consists of a 45 mil Hypalon membrane reinforced with a 10 by 10 polyester scrim fabric embedded in the material. This produces a strong roofing membrane that resists tears and abrasions.

Energy Efficient

You can cut your air conditioning costs by installing a white reflective Hy-Crown roof. Tests show that the surface temperature of a white roof rose only 4 degrees during a sunny 85 degree summer day. The surface temperature of a black roof rose 42 degrees under the same conditions.

Lightens The Load

Because Hy-Crown is mechanically fastened, it doesn’t need heavy ballast that some other single-ply systems require. Your weight is reduced from 10-15 pounds per square foot to less than 1 pound per square foot. That’s less stress on the overall roof structure.

EPDM Rubber

Rubber Roofing Systems combine the superior weather resistance and fatigue properties of EPDM membranes with the proven performance of QuickSeam Tape splicing techniques for a commercial roofing system with outstanding performance and cost benefits.

To stay on top in today’s roofing market takes a combination of great products that can be installed quickly and economically. Each Rubber Roofing System  consists of proven technology in roofing membranes, seaming techniques, and installation methods.

In new construction or reroofing applications, Rubber Roofing Systems are the right choice for your application.

Mechanically Attached Roofing Systems are an economical installation method where the conditions suit the application. There are two methods of mechanically attaching Roofing Systems. One method incorporates large EPDM panels with metal batten bars placed on top of the EPDM membrane to secure it to an approved substrate. QuickSeam Batten Covers are then installed over the exposed batten bars and the adjoining sheets are spliced using the QuickSeam Tape System.

The second method for mechanical attachment is the Batten-In-The-Seam (BITS) System. The BITS system utilizes narrower width EPDM (non-reinforced or reinforced) panels with batten bars centered in the membrane seam. Adjoining panels are overlapped to cover the batten bars and sealed with 7" (178mm) QuickSeam Tape.

Sprayed in Place Single-Ply Systems

Investment Protection

A leaky roof can be one of the most frustrating things about owning or maintaining a building. A Ply System covers your roof with a seamless coat of protection. No seams means less chance of leaking.

Lower Energy Costs

When combined with board stock insulation, a Ply System provides year-round energy efficiency. By reflecting the sun’s ultraviolet rays, a Ply System surface stays up to 40 degrees cooler than the dark asphalt of a built-up roof, saving money on air conditioning. During the winter months, the system’s added insulation lowers your heating costs.

A Durable, Breathable System

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