Low-slope roofing is classified as applying a water-impermeable, or weatherproof, roofing membrane to a roof sloping less than or equal to 14 degrees.
Is your commercial buildings metal roof worn down from aging or damages from elements? Had leaking? Rusting? Or already has had to have too many repairs to seams and penetrations? If this is you then maybe it is time to look into another option like Duro Shield Metal Retrofit from Duro Last.
The polyurethane foam is said to be one of the most affordable and high performing roofing systems for commercial roofing today. Although there may be good benefits from studies, Duro Last has these same benefits and more. There are benefits for the polyurethane foam like lasting protection, long term cost effect and energy savings. But there are some doubts about polyurethane foam. The Duro Last roofing systems compared to the polyurethane foam can outweigh the benefits.
Dark/black roofing is one of the major contributors to what is called "the urban heat island". This means urban areas tend to reach temperatures of 3 - 8 degrees higher than in neighboring rural areas. The other factors are dark pavements and the lack of green vegetation in towns and cities.
Often building owners and Manufacturing facilities in Indiana choose metal roofs to cover their business and to keep their warehouses dry. Metal can lower initial construction cost and offers superior protection against fire. However the weather in Indiana, extreme expansion- contraction cycles, and rust and corrosion can take its toll on metal and diminish the roofs performance over time. As a result leaking metal roofs are very common in Indiana.