Roofing Xteriors is your commercial roofing expert. Whether you're looking for single ply, built up, or modified bitumen: we've got you covered. We have many years of experience installing and repairing commercial roofing. Come and find out why we are one of Utah's favorites.
What type of roofing project do I have?
- New construction
- Wood, metal or concrete deck
- R-Value Requirements
- Recover over existing
- Tear-off and recover
- Addition to building or property
Are there current issues or concerns?
- Water damage
- Ice damage
- Wind damage
- Cracking or curling
- Seam separation
Single Ply Roofing
Single ply roofing comes in three types. Thermoplastic polyolefin known as TPO is a single ply material composed of synthetic polymer and reinforced polyester fabrics. Polyvinyl chloride known as PVC is a thermal plastic membrane using an ultraviolet resistant polyvinyl chloride. Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer known as EPDM is a synthetic rubber with or without a polyester scrim reinforcement. Membranes offer excellent weatherability, strength and flexibility. Membranes are sensitive to puncture and tears but exceptionally resistant to chemicals, grease and UV. TPO and PVC also delivers a high reflectivity which is a main factor in keeping your building cooler and reducing cooling costs.
Built Up Roofing
Built up roofing or BUR is multiple layers of roofing felts bonded together with asphalt, then glazed with asphalt and covered with gravel or granule surface cap sheet for UV protection. The multiple layers give resistance to water and weather and also provides high tensile-strength. Although BUR has been proven as a long lasting performer, it continues to fade from the marketplace with the demand for more environmentally friendly products and EPA regulations.
Modified bitumen is an asphalt-based membrane blended with synthetic rubberized polymers which creates increased elasticity. There are several surfacing options for which the factory applies mineral or gravel coatings to create reflectivity and durability. Although modified bitumen has been proven as a long lasting performer, it continues to fade from the marketplace with the demand for more environmentally friendly products and EPA regulations.