Membrane Roofing Material
Providing Quality Solutions Using Membrane Roofing Material
Commonwealth Roofing Corp. provides you with a durable, long-lasting membrane roofing as a full-system replacement.
Membrane roofing systems use synthetic rubber roofing materials, such as silicone, urethane, or synthetic elastomer, to form a seamless membrane that offers instant waterproof protection for homes and businesses. Also known as liquid-applied roofing systems, the Commonwealth team offers rubber roofing membranes that cure to 80% of their full strength within seconds, becoming fully cured within 12 hours of application.
Along with waterproof features, membrane roofing systems have a wide range of benefits, such as:
“I am extremely satisfied with the repairs by Commonwealth Roofing. Everyone was very friendly and professional. I would definitely recommend this company for any of your roofing repairs.”
Elizabeth S., Commercial Partner
Home and business structures move and expand over time, altering in size and shape. Liquid-applied roofing systems are capable of stretching and recovering, which allows the underlying surface to move. The average elongation of a synthetic rubber roofing system is more than 1,000%, and the material used can recover up to 90% of its original state after elongation.
Membrane roofing systems have superior adhesion characteristics. With the ability to adhere to metal, wood, plastic, and concrete, liquid rubber membrane has self-healing and sealing properties. It also works well with existing roof materials, such as modified bitumen roofing, thermoplastic polyolefin, and all waterproof materials.
Synthetic rubber is non-toxic, odorless, and flame-resistant. It doesn’t contain volatile organic compounds, satisfying EPA regulations and environmental concerns.
Membrane roofing material is safe to apply and doesn’t risk the health or safety of the roofing technician.
As one of Kentucky’s first certified roofing contractors, Commonwealth Roofing knows best practice solutions to extend the life of your existing roof using a liquid-applied roofing system.
We can repair different types of roofs, such as flat roof systems, or low-slope roofs, using a single-ply membrane roofing system that consists of thermoplastic polyolefin, modified bitumen, and synthetic rubber sheeting. After the single-ply is properly installed and maintained, it lasts up to 15 to 20 years, providing a quality solution that’s cost effective and extends the life of your roof.
Our team of professionals can spot signs of roof damage immediately. Our in-depth inspections include a thorough walkthrough of your building or home, including the interior and exterior.
We look for:
Unlike other roofing contractors, Commonwealth prioritizes roof repairs and other cost-effective solutions before considering a full replacement. If a replacement is required, we can use a liquid-applied roofing system to cover your home or business while we work with your insurance provider to prioritize your replacement.
We can give you solid advice on your membrane roof, whether you need roof repair or roof replacement. Give us a call today to discuss your options.
As one of Kentucky’s first KRCA-certified roofing contractors that specialize in membrane roofing system repairs and installation, Commonwealth has the experience and skills to handle unique issues involved with rubber roofing materials. CRC’s team of professionals always keep their local licenses active, giving you peace of mind that you’re getting the best roofing service available, performed by industry experts.
Unlike other contractors, we prioritize repairs before considering a roof replacement. So, if your roof is severely damaged, we can install a new rubber roofing material over the panel without the expense of tearing your existing roof off and installing new materials. This will revive your building or home with a new, low-maintenance membrane that carries the best warranty in the industry.
We’re authorized to install, repair, and maintain low- and steep-sloped roofs for residential homes and commercial buildings.