EPDM narrow-width membranes are pre-cleaned to provide a dust-free surface and enhance splice performance. Additionally, set marks for sheet overlaps and fastener patterns are manufactured right onto the sheet, reducing installation time. Mechanically attached, purlin attached and fully adhered systems, the membrane offers superior fatigue and puncture resistance.

  • Provides extra durability and resistance to extreme weather due to its added thickness
  • Double the thickness of typical membranes
  • Added longevity with the thickest weathering layer available
  • More resistant to punctures and hail
  • Able to withstand the rigors of foot traffic



Metal roof panels are designed to provide excellent structural spanning capabilities as well as insuring a high, weather-tight seam, even in the lowest, longest roof runs found in today’s building designs.

  • Wide, mechanical seam
  • ASTM E-84 tested (Class A Fire rating)
  • ASTM water & air tested
  • UL-90 tested


Comprised of three layers – a TPO polymer base; a strong, polyester-reinforced fabric center (scrim) and a tough thermoplastic polyolefin compounded top ply. Because top ply is the most vital membrane component for long-term weathering characteristics, we use TPO with its membranes with an industry leading “thicker” and “smoother” top ply over scrim. The smooth surface resists dirt pick-up and biological growth compared to other thermoplastic membranes.

  • Highly chemical and contaminant resistant
  • 100% recyclable
  • Surpassed Factory Mutual’s I-90 wind resistance classification
  • Heat-welded systems are easy to install since minimal labor and few components are required
  • Will not dry out or become brittle with age


Asphalt roofing shingles are the most commonly used covering on residential properties in the market. Asphalt’s primary purpose in roofing shingles is to serve as a waterproofing agent.  Asphalt also holds the granules in place and adds to the overall strength of the roofing shingle.  The best asphalt will stay flexible and will not dry out or become hard or brittle for the expected life of the roofing shingle. 


PVC (polyvinyl chloride) single-ply membranes have been around for nearly 50 years, since the first installations in Europe in the 1960s. Since then, PVC membranes have quickly gained popularity in the roofing industry, and for the past 30 years have become recognized as a sustainable alternative for low-slope roofing systems. PVC is now installed on thousands of rooftops across the world and is known for its durability and resistance to damage caused by water, fire and puncture.

  • Polyester- and fiberglass-reinforced membranes for use on mechanically attached and fully adhered applications
  • 10-foot-wide membranes for fewer seams



Box gutters are found on commercial structures and can be fashioned with little more than a metal break and coil stock – often found seamed together with rivets and welded. Box gutters can be made to almost any size to accommodate any building.

  • Channels water away from roof
  • High-tech, leak free installation