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Commercial roofing products come in a wide array of styles and choices that can offer significant protection against the elements for a reasonable cost. The type and variety needed is determined by the slope of the roof and the budget. Property owners can get the best value for their money by consulting with a certified roofing professional at All Around Roofing & Exteriors. Their goal is to provide an excellent quality roof that fits both the environmental and budgetary needs of their clients.

Many business properties have a low or no slope roof, which warrants specialized roofing products that can protect against weather and water accumulation. EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) is a synthetic roofing product that stands up well to harsh weather. It expands and contracts in fluctuating temperatures and also has good thermal properties. It can be purchased in white or black in order to reflect or conserve heat as desired. It is also easy to install. EPDM is an economical roofing choice.

Another great low slope roofing material is built up roofing (BUR). This material is made specifically for flat roof applications and provides excellent leak protection. BUR is composed of several layers of fibrous materials that have been treated with bitumen and finished with a glaze that provides superior leak protection. It is a bit more durable than EPDM roofing but is also more costly. However, the warranties for BUR roofing are generally longer.

Thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) roofing systems have become more popular recently due to their exceptional ultraviolet and weather resistant qualities. They are excellent in flat roof applications and are easier and less messy to install. In addition, TPO offers superior energy efficiency. It is also an economical option.

Modified bitumen roofs are another excellent roofing choice for low or no slope roofs. While very similar in composition to BUR roofing material, there are some differences. BUR is predominantly made of asphalt whereas modbit roofs have the addition of a polymer, which allows for greater elasticity. They can be applied using cold methods, which is generally less disruptive to business operations and offers reduced chemical emissions.

Choosing a roof for a business property can be made much simpler by talking with the pros at All Around Roofing & Exteriors. They can provide advice on the best system and work with property owners to ensure that the system functions effectively for many years to come.

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