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PVC Plastic Roofing

Polyvinyl Chloride, or PVC, is a thermoplastic polymer material for roofing that provides protection against the weather elements, and is energy efficient at the same time. It’s designed to withstand water from pending, considering the fact that it is welded together using hot air to remove any and all seams, so moisture cannot be passed […]

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Torch Down Roofing

When it comes to flat roofs, torch down roofing in the most frequently used materials for the process. These techniques are used by installing sheets that overlap. This area is heated using a torch, so the overlapping pieces bond together. This method is also known as rubberized asphalt, and creates an extremely high resistant, […]

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EPDM Roofing

Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer, or EPDM for short, is designed for easy installation, versatility and durability, and is one of the most popular materials for not only new roofs, but for old, low-slope styled roofs. We work with various companies who have products for EPDM roofing, such as Firestone.

Firestone has a line of single-ply […]

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Thermoset Membrane Roofing

Thermoset membrane work is like EPDM, or Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer, because it’s chemically crossed or vulcanized to bond to similar materials using a certain adhesive. The most common thermoset membranes for roofing are Chlorosulfonated Polyethylene (CSPE), Neoprene (CR), Epichlorohydrin (ECH), and Polyisobutylene (PIB).

One of our partnered companies who we personally work with, Owens […]

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Single-Ply Roofing

Single-ply membranes are flexible, strong sheets that are composed of PVC, or synthetic polymer, which are hot air welded at the joints to form waterproofing that is nothing but continuous. We work all throughout New York, including Queens, the Hamptons, Manhattan and many other areas, and are ready to service all your single-ply roofing […]

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Built-Up Roofing (BUR)

Built-up roof membranes, also referred to as BUR, are most commonly referred to as gravel and tar roofs, and are composed of reinforced fabrics and alternating layers or bitumen that create a membrane that is finished. This type of roofing is usually considered, if applied directly to insulation or the decks of roofs, to be […]

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Modified Bitumen Membrane Roofing

Modified bitumen, also known as polymer-modified bitumen, sheet membranes are composed of fabrics that are reinforced, which serve as a carrier for hot polymer-modified bitumen while it’s manufactured into a type of roll material. Modified bitumen, or MB for short, roof system membranes have a composition of multiple layers, and are installed typically as a […]

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Metal Roofing

Our company loves metal roofing because if installed properly, which we guarantee, it will last a lifetime. Unlike metal roofing, asphalt requires a reproofing job every ten to twenty years, while a metal roof needs little to no work done after it has been installed. Interestingly enough, it can also increase the overall resale value […]

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Spanish Tile Roofing

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Architectural Roof Shingles

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