At Wilken Roofing in Hanover, we have durable roofing options for commercial and industrial properties. When you call us to install a new roof, we offer long-lasting and affordable roofing materials that can endure extreme weather, ultraviolet rays, and chemical exposure so that your roof has a long life.
Rubber Roofing Systems for Your Business Property
The type of roofing system that you need depends on several factors, such as the building structure, the climate of your business location and your budget. Whether you need a new roof for a manufacturing plant, warehouse, or department store, flat roofs tend to be the most common roofing choice for commercial and industrial buildings.
We offer three types of flat or low-slope roofing options at Wilken Roofing:
Each roofing option comes with its specific advantages. Both EPDM and TPO roof types are rubber-based roofing systems whereas MB is a granular-based system that has been reinforced with other materials, such as fiberglass or polyester fiber, to develop stronger durability.
Ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM)
As one of the most common roofing systems, this rubber roofing system is used on low-slope roofing surfaces. There are numerous benefits to EPDM roofs, such as:
EPDM roofs are reliable roofing options for properties in regions where there can be extreme weather occurrences, such as hurricanes since they have high resistance to weathering, ozone, and surface damage.
Thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO)
This system of single-ply roofing reflects heat and offers benefits such as:
This roofing option also offers flexibility and it is designed to adjust to roof movement.
Modified bitumen (MB)
At Wilken Roofing, we apply Modified Bitumen (MB) roof systems with torches. This
process improves the durability of the roofing system, which is usually installed as a two-ply system.
If you are unsure about the right roofing system for your property, call the experienced roofers at Wilken Roofing today for a free estimate. We also perform repairs, maintenance, and inspection on your roofs to minimize the chances of unpleasant surprises.