With Messing Roofing & Construction… it gets done right!
Whether we’re dealing with a small business or a large, multiple roof facility, Messing specialists are highly experienced, trained, and certified to diagnose and solve diverse problems associated with the restoration and replacement of all flat or steep-sloped commercial roofing systems. We take great care in listening to our customer’s needs and suggesting the proper solution, whether it’s preventative maintenance, repair or replacement. We also realize it’s important for your business to continue operating during construction, so we make it a priority to make sure there are no onsite disruptions.
This type of roofing material is designed for low-angle or flat roofs and gets its name from the method in which is used for installation. A torch is utilized to melt the material, securing it to the roof and creating a waterproof seal that prevents unwanted leaks. It’s resistant to harsh weather, reflects UV rays, and helps keep indoor temperatures down during the summer.
BUR systems are one of the oldest and most reliable ways of installing a new roof, and have been used in the United State for over 100 years. They’re commonly referred to as “tar and gravel” roofs, are suitable for all roof decks and are designed to endure harsh weather all-year round.
This roofing system is a hybrid between BUR and rubber roofing. Sheets of asphalt-coated rubber are applied to the roof desk using heat welding or hot-asphalt mopping; making this option is extremely durable, and easy to repair.
With demand increasing for heat-reflective and energy efficient roofing systems, TPO single-ply roofing membranes are among the fastest growing commercial roofing products. This system provides resistance to ultraviolet, ozone and chemical exposure, and is algae-resistant and environmentally friendly.
Please call our office today for a professional diagnosis so we can help you solve your roofing problem. Our commercial estimator will submit a detailed estimate, including the scope of work and satellite imaging.