Why Commercial Modified Bitumen Roofing?
An excellent choice for flat or low-slope commercial roofing systems. Modified bitumen, as it’s used for roofing, is a material made of a bitumen substance- a mix of asphalt and/or black hydrocarbon, petroleum-based materials- mixed with rubber or plastic modifiers such as atactic polypropylene or styrene butadiene styrene. These modifiers give the sturdy, bitumen a flexible and durable quality that allows for easier installation and modification of roofing systems. Modified bitumen is an excellent choice for flat or low-slope commercial roofing systems because it is installed by rolls, using methods that work best on a surface without a steep incline.
Commercial Modified Bitumen Roofing
Modified Bitumen is the thickest “membrane” roofing available, has a long useful lifespan and is incredibly durable. It is durable against punctures from debris and foot traffic. This roofing system also has excellent chemical resistance and is available in a white/reflective surface type. Modified Bitumen roofs can be used as multiple ply systems, where two roofs are installed at once, which will ensure the roof has a very long life.
Resists punctures from debris and foot traffic.
Long Life Span
Extended useful lifespan.
Durable and protects from the elements.
Excellent choice for restaurants.
Ease of Repair
Easily mended by a professional roofer.