Palm Beach & Highlands County Commercial Roofing Services
Palm Beach Roofing & Maintenance has proudly served the Palm Beach & Highlands County service areas for over 35 years and is a recognized leader in the commercial roofing industry.
We offer a wide variety of commercial roofing systems to fit your needs. With over 35 years experience, we are well versed on building quality commercial roofing systems that are designed to withstand Florida’s harsh hurricane weather patterns.
We are certified installers of most major roofing manufacturers and our highly qualified commercial roofing installers are committed to continuous training and maintaining, in not exceeding, industry standards.
Palm Beach Roofing & Maintenance is the #1 premier commercial roofing contractor in Florida.
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There are basically two types of built-up roofing (also known as BUR). The difference is that either a coal tar pitch or asphalt waterproofing could be used as the waterproofing element between plies of reinforcing felt. There are advantages and disadvantages to each system.
Modified bitumen membranes are hybrids of the built up system, only pre-manufactured in the factory. The products come in rolls, and are modified asphalt or coal tar systems with a rubber added for low temperature and elongation characteristics. These products typically use a built-up membrane underlayment before application of the final modified bitumen membrane. Modified bitumen membranes can be torch-applied, self-adhered or mopped in place with hot bitumen. They always are surfaced with some type of topping system.
Single-ply roofing systems are just that, a single ply of a roofing material made from several types of polymer plastics and rubbers.
Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer is manufactured into large sheets for application to insulation on a roof. The material can be loose laid and ballasted with rock or pavers to hold the membrane in place. It also can be fully or partially adhered as well. Seams and the membrane are adhered with contact adhesives, with seams sometimes sealed with a sealant. Toppings may or may not be required by the manufacturer in many cases. This product is available in black.
Polyvinyl Chloride Sheets are manufactured into rolls, and typically mechanically fastened to a roof deck assembly. Screws and plates are used to hold the roof membrane to the roof assembly. Seams are heat-welded together and sometimes sealed with a lap sealant. PVC membranes are reinforced with a fabric scrim, and available in tan and white colors. A topping material may not be required on this membrane.
TerPolymer Olefins typically are fleece-backed sheet membranes that are adhered with adhesives to insulation. These products typically are white in color and may be reinforced. There may or may not be a topping system used on these systems.
Solar power is one of the fastest growing, cleanest sources of renewable alternative energy. Both individuals and businesses in Florida can save money, take advantage of current tax incentives, and take steps towards going green. Residents of Florida can save money by installing solar in four ways: solar panel (photovoltaic) electricity, solar hot water, solar pool heating and attic ventilation systems. At Palm Beach Roofing & Maintenance, we can help you find the right solar solutions for you!