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November 2013

The Benefits of TPO Roofing

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Not too many years ago people did not care about recycling and the environment. Today, things are a lot different. The environment is failing due to our indifference, and now we are paying the price with increased ultraviolet rays, deteriorating water supplies, and toxins in the air. Flat roofing material, like other roofing material, ends up in the local landfill site where it is buried and left for someone else Read More

Why Choose EPDM?

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EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer) is a rubber roofing material that has been commonly used in the low-slope roofing industry for over 40 years. It has proven itself time and time again to hold up in the harshest of climates. Which is why it is one of the most common types of low-slope roofing options available. Architects, roofing professionals, and builders of new construction can all attest to the high Read More

What is Built-Up Roofing?

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Built-up roofing is the most common type of low-slope roof you will come across. It is composed of several layers of bitumen with a layer of gravel on top to protect the surface from heat, snow, and rain. More modern installations now come with a layer of rigid insulation, which adds a higher R-Value to the roof making it much more energy-efficient than it used to be. The layers of Read More

Flat Roof Safety

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Flat Roof Safety One would think that a flat roof would be relatively safe to work on compared to a sloped roof. Generally, it is but there are still danger’s workers must be aware of when working on a flat roof. The most important safety device you can utilize while working on a flat roof is sitting right on your shoulders – your head. It seems simple enough but more Read More