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24-Hour Repair Service   

We understand that roof damage and leaks do not always occur or appear between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.   That is why Service Roofing Company offers 24-hour repair services.  It is as easy as calling our office and then being directed to the cellular phone of our on-call roofing professional. 

New Installation

Low-slope new construction occurs in many shapes and sizes.  Whether it is a 100 square foot addition on your home or a 50,000 square foot addition to an existing building, Service Roofing Company can get the job done.  Because of our access to multiple commercial roofing manufacturers we can install nearly any low-slope roof system.  Contact our roofing professionals today for a free estimate. 

Roof Maintenance

Maintenance is one of the most important things that can be done to keep things in good condition and in proper working order.  Your roof is no exception.  Most individuals don’t think of their roof until it is leaking.  However, by performing periodic maintenance you can extend the life of your low-slope (flat) roof for several years.  Please contact us if you would like to know more about the importance of maintenance, or if you would like to have one of our roofing professionals evaluate your needs.   

Consulting Services

There are numerous low-slope roof systems available.  Which one is right for you?  With over 65 years of combined experience, our estimators can answer that question for you.  We will provide a free estimate and recommend a roof system that we feel will work best for your situation as well as provide alternative options.  We want you to be happy with the end product and we want something that meets your needs and fits in your budget. 

Roof Inspections

Roof inspections are sometimes needed or desired when consumers are looking to buy or sell a building or when an owner is considering the options.  Should you continue repairing the roof or replace it?  Sometimes it makes more sense to put the repair money into a new roof rather than continuing to make repairs year after year.  Our qualified roofing professionals can inspect a roof for you and give you a professional opinion on what the future life expectancy is for your roof system. 


There is always a time when repairs no longer fix the problems and a new roof is needed.  It is our belief that when a low slope roof is being replaced the original should be discarded.  By removing the existing roof, you ensure that all wet or damaged insulation and roof deck will be replaced.  If the damaged items are left in place, there is a strong possibility that the new roof will not perform as anticipated.  Recover roof applications add additional weight to the structure and impact the long-term performance of the new roof system. No job is too big or too small for our experienced roofing professionals.  If you are considering replacing a roof, contact us.  We will evaluate your options and provide you with a free estimate.

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Roof Systems

EPDM Roof Systems

Ethylene propylene diene terpolymer is a synthetic, cured, black rubber compound that provides outstanding weathering characteristics. It is a thermo set membrane that recaptures its shape after stretching.  EPDM maintains its physical properties for decades. EPDM can be purchased in different sizes from 10 to 50 feet wide and up to 200 feet in length. The membrane can be reinforced and comes in thicknesses of 45, 60, 75 and 90 mils.

The cost of installation varies from system to system and from job to job.  However, EPDM roofing systems offer the greatest economic value in the low-slope commercial roofing industry. EPDM roofing systems can be installed in a variety of ways, fully-adhered, ballasted and mechanically attached to suit specific building needs. Warranties can be offered up to 30 years for some specific EPDM systems.

Characteristics of EPDM roof systems:

  • Outstanding thermal expansion and contraction
  • Hail resistance
  • High resistance to ozone, weathering and abrasion
  • Low maintenance and easy to repair
  • Year-round application

Thermoplastic Roof Membranes

Thermoplastic roof membranes are made of materials that allow them to repeatedly soften when heated, and harden when cooled. Because of this characteristic, thermoplastic membrane sheets are seamed with hot air welding. Two common categories of thermoplastic membrane are Thermoplastic Olefin (TPO) and Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC).

Advantages of thermoplastic roofing systems are:

  • Energy efficient because of long-term reflectivity
  • Seam strength 3 times that of other single-ply systems
  • Resistance to UV radiation, ozone and chemical exposure
  • Low installation cost
  • Lack of odor or fumes during installation
  • Low maintenance and easy to repair
  • Membrane resistance to punctures, tears and abrasions.

PVC or Polyvinyl Chloride

PVC or Polyvinyl Chloride commercial roofing systems have a longer proven track record than any other thermoplastic (heat welded single-ply) roofing system available. PVC is very flexible to the changes in weather and expands/contracts well with the roof system.  PVC can be purchased in large sheets varying in width from 5 to 10 feet, and can come in lengths up to 100 feet. The membrane can be reinforced and ranges in thicknesses of 45-120 mils.  Warranties can be offered up to 20 years.

TPO or Thermoplastic Olefin

TPO or Thermoplastic Olefin commercial roofing systems are single-ply roof membranes constructed from ethylene propylene rubber. The material is designed to combine the durability of rubber with the proven performance of hot-air weldable seams. TPO is environmentally friendly and safe to install with good flexibility to allow for building movement. TPO is available in white, light gray and other specialty colors with thicknesses of either 45 mils or 60 mils. The width of the membrane is six to twelve feet and is one-hundred feet in length.  TPO membranes are installed fully-adhered, mechanically-attached or ballasted and offer warranties up to 30 years.

Modified Bitumen

There are two general types of polymer modified bitumen membrane roofing systems, atactic polypropylene (APP) and styrene butadiene styrene (SBS). These polymer modified membranes differ in chemical characteristics. Both modified bitumen membrane types are thick, heavyweight membranes that are reinforced with either polyester, fiberglass or a combination of both. Modified bitumen membranes commonly come with a factory applied mineral, granule surface or an approved coating which is applied after the product is installed.

Modified bitumen roofing systems offer the redundancy of built-up roofing with the added strength, flexibility and UV resistance of a modified bitumen membrane.  Installation of modified bitumen is generally by cold adhesive, self adhered, heat fusion, hot asphalt or mechanically attached.

Advantages of modified bitumen roofing are:

  • Compatibility to solve rooftop challenges
  • Tough, durable roof
  • High resistance to roof top traffic
  • High puncture and tear resistance
  • Variety of application
  • Easily installed and maintained

Built Up

Commercial roofing projects can use a variety of roofing materials. Built-up roof (BUR) membranes are composed of layers of asphalt bitumen which serve as the waterproofing component of the membrane. Bituminous membranes are installed in multiple layers.

Three to six layers of bitumen are applied between layers of reinforcement.  Fiberglass ply sheets are used to compose the "built-up" membrane. The built-up roofing surface is commonly covered with a layer of pea gravel set in a flood coat of bitumen or coated with an approved coating. Warranties can be offered up to 25 years. Built-up roofing is the oldest, proven roofing system used today.

Advantages of built-up roofing are:

  • Long life expectancy
  • Tough, durable roof
  • High resistance to roof top traffic
  • Puncture resistant

LEED Roofing Systems

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Roofing Systems (LEED) has become the trend. The United States Building Council developed this voluntary consensus-based standard to promote building that is environmentally friendly. The LEED requirements are based upon several general factors which include water conservation, energy efficiency, renewable energy, material selection and environmental quality. High-performance cover boards with gypsum-based products that have been rendered water and mold resistant are being used more frequently in LEED Roof Systems. Many of the products used contain high levels of recycled materials, assisting in the procurement of LEED credits.

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