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Keeping your roof in good condition can help make operations run a lot quicker and efficiently. An effective commercial roof is an integral part of the puzzle for efficient heating or cooling systems. It prevents leaks when it rains heavily and regulates indoor temperatures to create lower energy bills.

If you want to ensure your business is running smoothly, the roof must stay in good shape. That’s why Paramount Commercial Roofing Systems offers comprehensive commercial services for all types of businesses, from small retail stores and restaurants to extensive industrial facilities.

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EPDM Single-Ply Roofing

EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) is the most common application for commercial flat roofing. EPDM is a synthetic rubber sheet material used to line ponds and water gardens in landscaping projects. The EPDM membrane can be laid down without adhesive by using stones or pavers to weigh the material down. This method promotes the evaporation of excess water on the surface.

TPO Roofing

TPO, Thermoplastic Polyolefin, is becoming very popular in commercial roofing. TPO is composed of synthetic materials and fabric reinforcements for extra strength and durability. It’s moisture-resistant and contains natural reflective properties to ward off the sun’s ultraviolet rays which often cause roofing to dry out and crack over time. TPO also tends to conserve energy better within a building. 

Torch-Down Roofing

Torch-down roofing is made of modified asphalt with a resin additive. When fused by a torch, the composition creates a solid waterproof layer. This type of material is ideal for both commercial and residential flat or low slope roofing.

BUR - Built-Up Roofing

BUR is a mixture of layered bitumen (a petroleum byproduct) and reinforcing fabrics. It has also been referred to as tar and gravel roofing that together produce a finished membrane. BUR is frequently used on flat or low-sloped roofing.

Modified Bitumen Roofing

Modified bitumen roofing (MBR) is a flexible coating that is packaged in rolled sheets. These sheets are laid along the roof atop a base sheet membrane. MBR is lightweight and performs well in colder weather, which can be severely harmful to commercial roofs. 

PVC Roofing

PVC is a synthetic, thermoplastic polymer with substantial benefits to commercial properties, including fire, water, and wind resistance. PVC roofing material typically arrives in rolls using full adhesion, seam welding, or mechanical fastening techniques.

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