Commercial Roofing Applications
All Seasons Roofing excels in commercial roofing applications. Our experience in the commercial roofing industry spans over 40 years. Additionally, many of our skilled workers are second and even third generation craftsmen. These individuals are experienced working on all types and sizes of buildings, and virtually every major brand of roofing material. We are ever committed to improving our customer's experience, and guarantee the highest quality roofing service.
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Thermoplastic Polyolefin, TPO, is the most popular roofing material today. The smooth surface resists dirt pick-up and biological growth compared to other thermoplastic membranes. These ENERGY STAR rated membranes are considered "cool roofs" because they reflect rather than absorb the sun's energy, saving on average 15% in energy costs annually.
The custom-fabricated, single-ply Duro-Last commercial roofing system is ideal for any flat or low-sloped application. The DuroLast roofing system is extremely durable, highly reflective, maintenance-free, and resistant to chemicals fire and high winds. Over two billion square feet of Duro-Last membrane have been installed throughout North America.
Metal roofs are made of recycled materials. The decision to purchase and install metal roofing can have a greater positive impact on the environment than even a lifetime of household recycling. Additionally, metal roof systems have the potential to outlast any other roofing material. In order to do so they must be well maintained. This includes scheduled inspections and repairs
EPDM membranes offers superior fatigue resistance and are available in reinforced and non-reinforced. The reinforced membranes are available in 45 and 60-mil thickness. They are manufactured with a polyester reinforcement completely encapsulated between two layers of EPDM and are specially developed for mechanically-attached and fully-adhered Systems.
PVC roofing membrane shares many of the same characteristics as TPO, including energy efficiency. The most notable difference between the two products is that PVC is resistant to oils and animal fats. This makes it ideal for circumstances such as restaurant roofing applications where there is a high prevalancy of contact with these liquids.
Asphalt BUR (Built up roof) is made up of multiple layers of reinforcing asphalt forming a redundancy of water proofing. Though this type of roofing system is cost effective, its degradation is a concern. UV-rays oxidize the surface. Cracking and alligatoring inevitably follows, allowing water to penetrate causing blisters, cracks and leaks.