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Roof Systems

We offer many roof options for your building, your choice will depend on factors such as site conditions, usage, and weather. At Marine Roofing, we have the right roof system for you and we have the expertise to install it in a safe and efficient manner. As proud members of the Roofing Contractors Association of British Columbia (RCABC), Canadian Roofing Contractors Association (CRCA), and the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA), we deliver top quality roofs that meet or exceed the guidelines set out by these associations.

Thermoplastics

Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) and Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) are lightweight single-ply roofing systems that are environmentally friendly. The roof membranes are strong, highly reflective, and energy efficient. They weather well and are resistant to most chemicals, punctures and tears. These membrane sheets are welded together using hot air. They are ideal for both new installations and re-roof situations.

Modified Bitumen

Modified Bitumen Systems are a blend of traditional and modern roofing techniques. They are bitumen reinforced with either fiberglass or polyester for added flexibility and durability. These systems come in rolls or sheets for ease of installation and they can be layered to provide a multi-tiered protection against the elements.

The bitumen system that we recommend is Styrene Butadiene Styrene (SBS), a polymer that gives the bitumen characteristics that are similar to rubber and is installed with either hot asphalts or cold adhesives.

EPDM – Rubber Roofing

Ethlyene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) roofing system has strong tensile strength and the ability to expand and contract with the building. It is resistant to ozone and ultraviolet damage. This single-ply system when installed and maintained properly has the proven ability to withstand most weather conditions that nature throws at it and helps provide the building occupants with a comfortable and energy-efficient environment.

Steep Slope Roofing Systems

We offer a number of materials suitable for roofs that have slopes greater than 3:12. The most common materials are asphalt shingles, tiles, shakes and metal roofing. Each product has its own advantages and disadvantages.

The most common material for steep slope roofing in commercial situations is asphalt shingles. However, metal roofs are becoming increasingly popular because of their aesthetics and resistance to fire.

Green Roofs

Garden roofs have become increasingly popular as a method of saving energy and managing storm water runoff. These roofs are essentially low slope roof areas that are covered with a strong puncture resistant roofing membrane. On top of this membrane, modular containers are installed to hold planting medium and plants.