No matter how big your project is, we got the people. Our crews mainly specialize on the below types of roofs. However, if you need any other type of roof send us your inquiry and we will get you the right people.


Thermoplastic polyolefin or Thermal Polymer Olefin(TPO) is comprised of materials combined in a thermal reactor at a molecular level; lightweight, highly resistant to tears, impact, punctures and wind uplift. Once combined, the molecules fuse together and material cannot be separated, as opposed to other materials that are ground up and melted together.


Polyvinyl Chloride (commonly abbreviated PVC) stands for polyvinyl chloride, meaning it is comprised of carbon, hydrogen, and chlorine (from salt) on a molecular level. When heated sufficiently, thermoplastics temporarily shift from a solid to a semi-solid state enabling the sheets or panels that are overlapped to fuse together as a solid upon cooling. This process yields one, continuous membrane rather than several compressed particles.


EDPM lends itself particularly well to low-slope roofs, which makes it a common choice for many commercial structures, as well as on car ports and patio roofs. One of the benefits of a rubber roof is its cost.  While prices vary slightly from region to region and between installers, the cost of an EPDM roof is normally very favorable when compared to most other types of roofing.

Modified Bitumen

Polymer-modified roof membranes are composed of reinforcing fabrics that serve as carriers for the hot polymer-modified bitumen as it is manufactured into a roll material. Modified bitumen roof system membranes are composed of multiple layers, much like built-up roofs.


At some point during the life of a roof, the need for a retrofit or a complete replacement arises. When your roof has been damaged, needs to be fixed or has reached the end of its serviceable life, a re-roofing option may be necessary.

Metal Retrofit

A single-ply membrane, like that of a hot-air weldable TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) will be installed over the existing metal roof. Prior to installing this system, damages metal panels must be replaced first.