EPDM (Ethlyene Propylene Diene Monomer)
EPDM roofing systems, also known as single-ply systems, are factory-fabricated, rubber-roofing membranes, which are available in several thicknesses. Primarily, they are synthetic single-layer sheets of ethylene propylene diene monomer. EPDM systems can be installed using a variety of methods, including loose-laid and ballasted, fully adhered, or mechanically attached means.
EPDM membranes are known for their long-term weathering ability, and perform well even when subjected to fluctuations in temperature, ultraviolet rays, and ozone.
PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)
This roofing system is similar to the EPDM system. However, its synthetic single-ply membrane sheets are made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC). These membranes are available in a variety of thicknesses and colours.
TPO (ThermoPlastic Olefin)
Similar to EPDM and PVC systems, thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO), roofing systems combine both polypropylene (plastic) and ethylene-propylene (rubber) using state-of-the-art polymer manufacturing technology. The result is an ideal commercial roofing system that is reliable, cost effective, environmentally friendly and easy to install. Systems can be installed fully adhered or mechanically fastened. A complete line of accessories, sealants and adhesives is also available.