Built-up commercial roofing systems (BUR) consists of layers or plies of roofing felts, between which asphalt or bitumen is applied. Built-up roofing is one of the oldest and most durable systems available. Its multiple layers provide extra protection and perform well in extreme weather conditions. Built-up roofs are especially resistant to damage from wind, hail and snow. They are easy to repair and ideally suited for applications requiring a high level of redundancy.
BUR surfacing materials can be coated with paint or other reflective materials to reduce the effects of UV radiation. These coatings provide the additional benefit of reducing cooling and heating costs.
We have the knowledge and craftsmanship to meet and exceed your commercial & residential roofing needs in Fresno, San Diego and the Inland Empire, CA.
Asphalt Emulsion is a premium, versatile coating for the protection of commercial roofing materials, metal, and masonry surfaces. Solvent-free, it is made from asphalt emulsified with bentonite clay and water. Asphalt Emulsion is cold-applied, non flammable while wet, corrosion- resistant, and waterproof when dry. Asphalt Emulsion will not crack, "alligator," run, or sag under extreme weather conditions. It resists most corrosive fumes and spray. Commercial roof coatings are seamless and when installed correctly, can solve roof leaks on almost any type of roof substrate.
We are your best option for installing and servicing cost-effective built-up roofing systems in Fresno, San Diego and the Inland Empire, CA.
When your roof on your commercial building ages, it may need to be restored or have a coating reapplied to ensure its continued functionality. Each roof is unique, which means it ages differently and experiences normal wear and tear differently. Contact us to learn more or schedule a free estimate for residential and commercial re-roofing projects in Fresno, San Diego and the Inland Empire, CA.
We provide professional installation of all types of roofs and are able to competently re-roofing even the most difficult building and home in Central and South California.