Types of Roofs
In use since the 1960’s, EPDM roofing has become increasingly popular as modern roofing technology has evolved, and is recognized today in the industry as a practical option that offers long term advantages including its superior resistance to harsh UV rays and its long lasting performance.
Modified Bitumen Roofing Systems
A hybrid roofing system that is derived from built up roofing techniques combined with advanced roofing technology, modified bitumen roofing material is made up of high quality polymers reinforced with one or more layers of heavy duty polyester or glass fibers that offers superior strength and long lasting performance.
TPO Roof Systems
A highly durable and superior rubber roofing material, TPO roof system installations are a cost effective and increasingly popular roofing option for low sloped and commercial flat roof systems.
Consult a reliable flat roof specialist at E & F Roofing Co. Inc to help you decide upon the most suitable flat roofing material for your home or business.
In the past, a tar and gravel roofing system, also known as built-up roofing, typically consisted of tar paper. Today’s systems are made up of alternating layers of bitumen reinforced advanced materials that include fiberglass roof membranes.