Types of Roofing
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Whether your roof has a steep-slope, low-slope, or no slope at all, Brad Gordon and the team of dedicated roofing professionals at Coast Mountain Roof will help you select the most effective roofing solution to protect your investment.
Types of Roofing:
Asphalt shingles are available in two types: organic paper-based shingles, which have a limited lifespan, and non-organic fiberglass-based shingles with asphalt and adhesive coating for weatherproofing. Non-organic asphalt shingles offer improved durability, performance and longevity.
SBS Torch-on Roofing
Cold applied, mechanically fastened and torch welded, SBS torch-on roofing systems are ideal for flat and low-sloped roofs. Torch-on systems are cost-effective, durable and long lasting.
When considering an SBS two-ply torch-on roofing system, it is essential to choose a qualified and experienced roofing contractor with adequate insurance.
Coast Mountain Roof carries a $5 million commercial liability insurance policy and is certified for open-flame applications.
Standing seam, Weather-Lock and corrugated. Metal roofs offer many distinct advantages over other roofing systems. They are available in a wide range of styles and designs and require little or no maintenance.
Metal roofs are ultra durable and long lasting.
Installing a metal roof can increase your property value.
Cedar Shingles and Shakes
While modern asphalt shingles are now more affordable, many homeowners prefer the rustic appearance of cedar shakes and shingles which remain a viable roofing option.
TPO Roofing Systems (thermoplastic olefin)
TPO is a thermoplastic single-ply membrane roofing system. A TPO roof is an environmentally friendly roofing system, manufactured to:
- Reflect heat
- Resist UV radiation and chemicals
- Be recycled upon expiry
- Maximize strength and integrity
TPO is formed in large sheets and can be applied in one of three ways:
- Mechanically fastened
EPDM Roofing Systems (ethylene propylene diene monomer)
A EPDM roof is made of lightweight synthetic rubber polymer. This single-ply membrane roofing system is manufactured for:
- Maximum strength and durability
- Flexibility/expansion and contraction
- Strong resistance to UV exposure
- The ability to withstand extreme weather/temperatures
EPDM is formed in large sheets and can be applied in one of three ways:
- Mechanically fastened