When a property owner encounters issues with a roof, it may not be immediately clear if the issues will require minimal repairs or a full replacement. So how do you differentiate between the two? Repairs often entail a smaller up-front investment; a full re-roof may provide a more sensible long-term solution that adds a larger capital expense. Working as a partner to multiple top manufacturers, Mammoth Roofing Services has many roofing systems to choose from. Our professional roofing specialists will make recommendations based on your roof type and condition to deliver the best available applications to fit your needs.
TPO Roof Systems
TPO membranes are made with a co-polymerized rubber that allows them greater flexibility in cold climates. This membrane is best recognized for having the benefits of EPDM and PVC systems, at a more economical cost.
TPO membranes are white and highly reflective, making them an excellent choice for those looking to reduce energy costs. In addition to being ENERGY STAR rated, TPO’s recyclability makes it an environmentally conscious system. Additionally, TPO roofs are durable and resist dirt, bacteria and debris build-up making them highly resistant to tears, punctures, and impact damage.
Good Flexibility in Cold Climates
Lasts 15-20 Years
PVC Roof Systems
First installed in the early 1960’s, PVC was the industry’s answer to the oil crisis, as it was the first membrane to contain half of the fossil fuels normally used in system manufacturing. Engineers discovered that adding additional solid plasticizers to the PVC membrane allowed for additional weatherability and flexibility, where the membrane alone would be more susceptible to seasonal climate changes.
To this day, PVC membranes remain incredibly versatile, chemical resistant and are highly recommended for roof-over projects. They are available in a variety of colors, thicknesses, widths, and reinforcements, making them an excellent option for almost any roofing project.
EPDM Roof Systems
EPDM is an extremely durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane that is used worldwide.
EPDM is available in both black and white and is sold in a variety of widths and thicknesses. Its superior durability and cost-effectiveness are part of what makes EPDM one of the most popular flat roof systems installed in the U.S. today.
Ethylene Propylene Eiene Monomer
Last 25-30+ Years
Can be Used With an Array of Coatings and Colors
Lasts 15-20 Years
BUR roof systems have been utilized for over 100 years in the roofing industry.
These roof systems are constructed with layers of felt and bitumen that provide a redundancy of durable protection. They are then covered with gravel, a mineral sheet cap or other weather resistant coatings.
Additionally, both BUR and Mod-Bit roof systems can be installed using an array of coatings and colors.
Liquid Applied Roofing
Along with preserving and extending the life of your roof, coatings can provide a highly reflective surface that may help reduce energy costs by lowering the surface temperature of the roof.
Additionally, coatings provide a seamless application that conforms to irregular roof surfaces, as well as seals cracks and splits in the roof surface. Coatings can be applied to address a variety of roofing concerns.
When choosing a coating, it is important to consider the location and current condition of the roof, as well as ponding water, chemical exposure, high heat, and UV radiation.
Helps Reduce Energy Costs
Sustainable & Energy Efficient
Capable of Withstanding Up to 140 MPH Winds
Metal Roof Systems
Most modern metal roofs are made from corrugated galvanized steel; a steel sheet coated with zinc. Copper, aluminum, stainless steel, and tin are also used in commercial metal roof applications.
Coatings can be applied to provide additional waterproofing, anti-rust, and UV protection. These systems are one of the longest lasting roof systems available when professionally designed and installed.
Roof Hugger’s metal-over-metal retrofit systems are the ideal application when an old, outdated metal roof needs to be replaced. This environmentally friendly option allows the existing metal roof to remain, the new metal roof installed directly over the old roof providing a safe and labor-saving installation.
Simply put, it is the installation of a long new life metal roof over an existing metal roof in a way that is structurally correct, non-disruptive and cost effective. It is a system that adds strength, is environmentally friendly, cooler in summer, warmer in winter and conserves energy.