Means and Methods
Customized Roof Take-offs
Accurate measurements and roof drawings for all projects
Site Specific Safety Plans and Visual Safety Drawings
All projects are provided the best safety approach
Accurate measurements and roof drawings for all projects & ease of communication between office and site, customer and contractor
Infrared thermal imaging service
Thermal Image to identify insulation and substrate moisture for cost effective solutions
Pull out tests and core test for each roof
Accurate assessment of existing conditions to eliminate guess work
Benefits of Cool Roofing Systems
Buildings use more than 70 percent of our nation’s electricity, with much of the total utilized for cooling.
Dark colored roof surfaces can be up to 70 degrees hotter in the sun than reflective, light colored surfaces. This variation can have a tremendous impact on building heat gain.
Even in colder climates, buildings can benefit from a “cool roof”. According to the U.S. DOE, replacing dark colored roofs with light colored, reflective roofs could result in national energy savings of about $750 million per year.
PVC Cool Roofs
PVC Roof membranes exceeds the Cool Roof requirements of ENERGY STAR® California’s Building Energy Code (Title 24), LEED® and Green Globes®
“Cool” Roofs in Demand Reflective roofing technologies are increasingly being included in federal, state and local energy codes. These roofs are considered “Cool Roofs”. The Title 24 building energy code in California requires cool roofs for low-slope buildings when the owner or developer is using the program’s prescriptive envelope component approach.
Fluid Applied Roof
System application eliminates the need for tear-off and disposal
Eliminates landfill waste
Keeps the building interior safe from the elements during re-roofing
Lower toxic emissions during installation Reduces energy costs by reflecting sunlight and radiant heat – keeping the roof surface cooler
Contributes toward LEED credits
Energy Star rated