Commercial Roofing Products
Statewide Roofing the A+BBB Rated Roofing company use quality Commercial Roofing Products by the leading manufactures in the commercial roofing industry. We stand behind our work with a warranty and attention to detail which makes us stand out from our competition. We are licensed and bonded and use only the highest quality Commercial Roofing Products.
Our sales force is local; at least fifty percent of them call Cleveland County home. Long after the job is done you can count on Statewide Roofing your Local Oklahoma Roofing Company to be there for you. They have been extensively trained to properly identify storm damage, guide you through the insurance claim process, and educate you on the many shingle options available today. Specializing in insurance claims, we offer free roof inspections to determine the condition of your roof and to help you decide whether you have a legitimate claim with your insurance carrier.
Statewide Roofing recognizes that your home is one of the most important investments you will ever make. A properly installed roof is key to adequately protecting that investment, along with your family. Statewide Roofing is committed to superior workmanship through continued education, on-site supervision, along with training of our job foreman and crews. We have certified installers with the following shingle manufacturers and install the highest quality commercial roofing products.
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TPO Commercial Product
TPO is a Commercial Product with diverse commercial roofing applications. Thermoplastic materials are distinguished from thermoset materials in that there is no chemical crosslinking. These membranes can be repeatedly softened by heating or hardened when cooled. Because of the materials’ chemical nature, thermoplastic membranes typically are seamed by heat welding with hot air or solvent welding.
The common subcategories of thermoplastic roof membranes.
•Thermoplastic Olefin (TPO)
•Chlorinated Polyethylene (CPE)
•Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
•PVC Alloys or Compounded Thermoplastics
•Copolymer Alloy (CPA)
•Ethylene Interpolymer (EIP)
•Nitrile Alloys (NBP)
•Tripolymer Alloy (TPA)
Built up roof membranes, referred to by the acronym BUR, have been in use in the U.S. for more than 100 years. These roof systems are commonly referred to as “tar and gravel” roofs. BUR systems generally are composed of alternating layers of bitumen and reinforcing fabrics that create a finished membrane. The number of plies in a cross-section is the number of plies on a roof: The term “four plies” denotes a four-ply roof membrane construction. Sometimes, a base sheet, used as the bottom-most ply, is mechanically proof membrane up roofs generally are considered to have fully adhered if applied directly to roof decks or insulation.
Metal Roofing is a versatile Commercial Product used for its longevity and strength. Metal roofs are attractive and come in a broad spectrum of colors and designs. Metal roofs are low maintenance, long lasting, resist decal, discoloration, and mildew. Metal roofs have excellent performance in wind resistant, water, snow, and ice shedding. In some cases, metal is hail resistant and an energy efficient option.
All fasteners on standing seam panels are installed underneath the system and are not exposed to the elements. There are many different profiles that can be utilized in this system.
•Snap Lock – Product is designed to snap together locking panels in place.
•Seamed – Seams are mechanically folded together using a seaming machine.
•Batten – Folded strips that are installed over the top of each standing seam.
•“R” and “M” panels are exposed fastener corrugated panels which are used for metal roof, wall, soffit, fascia, mansard, liner or equipment screens. Each features 36″ wide coverage and may be applied over open framing.
Thermoset membranes are Commercial Products that incorporate principal polymers that are chemically cross linked or vulcanized. Membranes that are vulcanized also may be referred to as “cured.” One characteristic of true thermoset polymers is once they are cured, they only can be bonded to similar materials with adhesives.
There are five common subcategories of thermoset roof membranes:
•Ethylene propylene diene terpolymer (EPDM)
•Chlorosulfonated polyethylene (CSPE)
Polymer-modified bitumen or modified bitumen (MB) sheet membranes were developed in Europe in the early 1960s and have been in use in the U.S. since the mid 1970s. Polymer-modified roof membranes are composed of reinforcing fabrics that serve as carriers for the hot polymer-modified bitumen as it is manufactured into a roll material. MB roof system membranes are composed of multiple layers, much like BUR membranes. MB roof systems typically are installed as a two-ply system and almost always are fully adhered.
SPF-based roof systems are constructed by mixing and spraying a two-component liquid that forms the base of an adhered roof system. SPF can be installed in various thicknesses to provide slope to drain or meet a specified thermal resistance (R-value). A protective surfacing is then applied to the foam to provide protection from the elements.
The first component of an SPF-based roof system is rigid, closed cell, spray polyurethane foam insulation. The foam is composed of two components: isocyanate and polyol. Transfer pumps are used to get the components to a proportioning unit that properly meters the two at a one to one ratio and heats and pumps them through dual hoses. The components are mixed at the spray gun, which is used to apply them to a substrate.