Commercial Roofing Contractor
If you own a commercial building in Arizona, Nicholas Bryditzki and his TRM Roofing team can provide roofing solutions and show you ways to save money with roof maintenance, roof repair, roof coatings and even roof replacement.
Flat Roof Repair Valley Wide
Roof Coatings for flat roofs. Many commercial buildings and homes have flat roofs. Most roofing contractors are too eager to tear off those older roofs and install a new foam (SPF: Sprayed Polyurethane Foam) roof system or even a torch applied modified bitumen roof system. There is another solution to an older flat roof, a monolithic roof coating. There are two types of roof coating you can choose from, an elastomeric coating or a silicone coating.
Elastomeric Roof Coatings: 99% of all roofing contractors install elastomeric coating to the majority of flat roofs. Elastomeric coatings are much cheaper and easier to install than silicone coatings. Unfortunately, elastomeric coatings (while economical) don't last as long as silicone coatings. If you have any pooling or standing water on your flat roof the elastomeric coating will start breaking down immediately!
Silicone Roof Coatings: The most durable and overlooked liquid membrane and coating for flat roofs. Silicone roof coatings offer much better weathering and last far longer than elastomeric coatings. While Silicone coatings may cost a bit more than its cheaper rival elastomeric, the benefits out way the initial investment. TRM Roofing is an authorized contractor with APOC Roof Coatings. APOC Roof Coatings offer superior quality than other manufacturers.
Tile Roof systems: There are two basic types of roof tiles on the market today, concrete and clay. Concrete tiles are a bit more durable than clay tiles when it comes to foot traffic. Whether you own a home or commercial building with a tile roof system you have to be aware of the underlayment, that’s the most important part of a tile roof system and that is what breaks down over the years and causes roof leaks. Repairing slipped, missing or broken tiles is the first step in extending the life of your tile roof.