Commercial Roofing

25 Years of Experience

Although a roof is one of the most fundamental aspects of a structure, the average property owner gives very little thought to this important investment until it is too late. Unforeseen problems to a roofing system can become costly in emergency services and cause potential interior damage. BERRONG Construction has extensive knowledge and experience in roof replacements, repairs, and maintenance regardless of the roof type. Our elite roofing project managers and specialized crews are trained to recognize and select the most effective and reasonable roofing system for your structure. Let us take you through our Stress-Less Roofing Process!

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What is Single-Ply?

Single ply roofing systems use wide flexible sheets of membrane (TPO, PVC, EPDM) commonly used to protect flat and low sloped buildings.  These sheets are then welded or taped to create one monolithic sheet creating a watertight condition.  Single ply materials can be mechanically attached or chemically adhered depending on building construction.  Single ply roofing systems are lightweight and flexible and easy to install, at a lower cost than roofing systems comprised of asphalt materials.


What is TPO?

TPO or Thermoplastic Olefin is the most common commercial roofing membrane used in the commercial/industrial building space and has been for two decades.  Also available in tan and gray colors a majority of TPO roofing is white in color for its natural ability to reflect UV waves both conserving energy and saving utility costs.  Ease of installation and availability in the market ensure TPO being a great choice for years to come.


What is PVC roofing?

PVC or Polyvinyl Chloride is another great choice in single ply materials, as PVC roofing has both a high flame resistance offering a “Class A” rating along with PVC holding up better to animal fats and oils often found in the food service industry.  Available in white, tan, and gray PVC is extremely resistant to storm conditions and will not be negatively affected by exposure to fungi or living bacteria.


What is EPDM?

EPDM or Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer is often referred to as a “rubber roof” by many in the construction and property management markets.  EPDM has been around for 50+ years and was developed as an affordable alternative to both asphalt built up roof systems (BUR) or modified bitumen systems.  Available in both white and black these sheets are extremely durable and have a high resistance to weather such as wind or hail.


What is Metal Roofing?

Metal panels have been used in the roofing industry for over 150 years as quality materials and quality installation can often result in an extremely long life span.  Standing seam and R-Panel are the two most common panels used and are extremely different products as far as installation is concerned.  Another great feature of metal roofing is how many colors and designs are readily available, and for that reason alone metal roofing will continue to be a major player in the commercial/industrial roofing markets.

Asphalt Roofing

What is Modified Bitumen?

Modified Bitumen roofing is an asphalt based roofing system commonly used on low slope or flat roof structures.  This system is a close relative of asphalt built up roofing systems that were once the most common roofing system used in the commercial/industrial market.  Typically, a mod-bit system will consist of two layers: a base sheet and a cap sheet.  Most commonly the base sheet will be adhered to the roof deck and the cap sheet is then torched down using heat or cold adhered using a cold process adhesive.  These are great roofing systems that are extremely durable but often are more costly due to the petroleum composition and the volatility in the petroleum markets.

What are Asphalt Shingles?

Asphalt shingles are the most popular roofing system used in the United States and there are dozens of colors and designs to choose from. Asphalt shingle roofing requires slope, so they are a great choice for many common building designs that have a structural slope to ensure proper drainage.  Shingles are made of many layers and are available in varying thicknesses and durability ratings meaning there is a choice for every need and climate.

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