There are a variety of roofing systems on the market that are available to you, the client. Standard Roofing Company Inc. only uses roofing systems and products that have been tested and approved by the Alberta Roofing Contractors Association (ARCA) to perform in Alberta’s climate. This along with the technical expertise and experience of our estimating and construction team, enable us to provide our clients with roofing solutions most suitable to your specific building design and budget. This will ensure the system installed with have the functionality and performance you require.
SBS (modified bitumen roof membrane)
Composite roofing membranes comprised of a reinforcing sheet coated with polymer modified asphalt and may be surfaced with a poly film, sand or mineral granules. SBS membranes can be torch applied, self-adhered, mechanically fastened, adhered with 2-part adhesive, or mopped in place with bitumen.
EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer roof membrane)
A single ply reinforced or non-reinforced membrane manufactured from synthetic rubber. Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) can be manufactured into large sheets for application on a roof. The membrane can be loose laid, ballasted with gravel ballast or pavers to hold the membrane in place. It can also be fully or partially adhered as well. The membrane can be adhered with contact adhesives, or mechanically fastened. This product is available in black and white.
Standing seam architectural roof panel and wall cladding including custom metal roof related flashings.
PVC (poly vinyl chloride roof membrane)
A single ply reinforced or non-reinforced membrane composed of a single ply sheet coated with P.V.C. produced by the polymerization of vinyl chloride. Membrane laps are bonded by hot air welding. Membranes may be loose laid, mechanically attached, or adhered with adhesive.
Certified product applicator of: Sarnafil – www.sarnafil.com
TPO (Flexible Thermoplastic Polydefin)
Thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) roofing membrane is produced with polyester reinforcement. Membrane laps are bonded by hot air welding. This product comes in rolls and can be loose laid, adhered, or mechanically fastened.
Certified product applicator of: Firestone – www.firestonebpco.ca
BUR (Built Up Roof Membrane)
Built up bituminous primary membranes may be comprised of three or four piles of organic or inorganic felt adhered with inter-ply applications of hot bitumen. The bitumen used to adhere built-up roofing membranes may be roofing asphalt or polymer modified asphalt. Asphalt is the most common bitumen used in Alberta.
Estimating – New & Reroof Roof Construction
Barrett Jarosch – Ext 226
Leak Response, Repair & Maintenance
J.R. (Albert) Tandy – Ext 224
Project Management – New & Re-Roof Construction
Nick Pudde – Ext 229
Barrett Jarosch – Ext 226
Alison Baracos – Ext 230
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