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.
Durable and protects from the elements.
Can be used as a multiple ply system.
Long Life Span
Extended useful lifespan.
An excellent choice for restaurants.
Ease of Repair
Easily mended by a professional roofer.