With so many different roofing materials on the market, it can be difficult to select the right one. Four Seasons evaluates your home or building and listens to your needs to help you make an informed decision. Additionally, we pride ourselves on reusing or incorporating existing materials wherever possible to save you money and minimize waste.
Four Seasons has comprehensive experience with shingle, cedar, PVC, CPA, EPDM, or rubber single ply, built up or BUR hot asphalt, standing seam metal, and more. Learn more about roofing products below or give us a call to discuss the pros and cons of each of the roofing materials as they relate to your specific project.
Duro-Last® has been one of our premier products for decades. Ideal for a wide variety of flat roofs, Duro-Last® is a custom-prefabricated, reinforced, thermoplastic single-ply PVC material that provides exceptional strength. Its sheet construction minimizes the number of seams on the roof, which means fewer vulnerable areas for leaks and damage to occur.
As specialists in flat roof materials and installation, we have a lot of history with TPO. This “cool roofing” material offers high solar reflectance, meaning you can expect energy costs to be lowered as buildings with these roofs stay cooler and need less maintenance. These roofs are strong and resistant to ultraviolet light, ozone, chemicals, and other environmental factors, giving these materials a long lifetime. These advantages make TPO one of fastest-growing and widely-popular material choices in commercial roofing.
Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer (EPDM) offers durability and flexibility in use. Primarily used in low-slope buildings, this extremely strong, synthetic rubber membrane is available in multiple colors, widths, thicknesses, and adhesive types, making it useful in a wide variety of applications.
These common “tar and gravel” style roofs are made by layering bitumen, or pitch, with alternating fabrics. The layers are applied hot and covered with gravel or another covering after cooling. These roofs provide excellent water resistance and can be reinforced or modified to meet specific needs.
One of the most common roofing materials, traditional asphalt shingles are made from rubber, paper, or fiberglass and coated in resin, tars, sand, or ceramic grain. Together, this allows for excellent waterproofing at a low cost. Regular maintenance is typically needed to watch for damage from temperature changes and other environmental factors.