Stratus Roofing is licensed throughout the country and provides nearly every type of commercial roofing construction service through an expertise of in-house professionals and national resources.
At Stratus Roofing, our team provides a comprehensive line of commercial roofing solutions that deliver superior resistance to the elements and long-term strength and flexibility. With our wide array of single ply membranes, there are many choices to suit a variety of applications and needs. Many of these systems meet the EPA’s Energy Star® guidelines and can qualify for LEED® credits in several categories. Our ultimate goal and commitment? Bringing you confidence in the type of roofing system that keeps your building, your business and your people protected.
The most preferred single-ply commercial roofing membrane in the U.S is Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO). TPO has a white ‘reflective surface’ which reduces cooling costs and provides long-term durability. And since they produce no dioxins or chlorine, these roofing systems are the most environmentally friendly of the single-ply systems. Plus, when it comes to variety, their membranes come in varying thicknesses to meet your specific requirements and are available in varying roll widths. You also have a wide range of colors to choose from, should you prefer a different color than white.
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) roofing is also known as vinyl roofing, a type of flexible membrane used for covering and protecting flat roofs. A benefit of PVC is that it’s incredibly strong, durable and resistant to both fire and water. Plus it’s a very affordable option that has a long lifespan, up to 30 years with proper care and maintenance. PVC roofing systems bring savings in energy costs as its highly-reflective white surface shields your building from the effects of the sun and keeps the inside cooler. A great option for warmer climates!
Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer (EPDM) is often referred to as “rubber roofing.” This option is comprised of a black, single-ply membrane that offers superior durability and flexibility. EPDM is a great option because it withstands extremes of temperature (resistant to UV radiation and ozone) plus it expands and contracts with the building. With an EPDM roof there is minimal maintenance and a long life span with some lasting for more than 30 years.
With five layers of protection, Modified Bitumen (MB) roofing is one of the most trusted flat roofing systems used in the industry today. It’s an asphalt-based, close cousin of the Built-up-Roof (BUR) designed for buildings with low-slope or “flat” roof structures. These roofing systems are designed to withstand harsh exposure to extreme environmental elements.The framework for Modified Bitumen Roofing Systems is a layered combination of roofing components: Insulation for thermal resistance, Modified Bitumen Membranes reinforced with polyester or fiberglass, Adhesive with waterproofing capabilities, and Surfacing which provides UV protection and resistance.
Built-Up Membrane Roofing (BUR) Systems created with layers of bitumen with alternating plies of reinforced felts to bring you outstanding water and weathering resistance. You may know them as “tar and gravel” roofs, but BUR membranes have been a time-tested and trusted choice for simple flat-roofing.
One of the greatest advantages of a BUR over other flat roofing systems is that it can be hot or cold applied which makes it easier for roofers to install without compromising time schedules or impacting your company’s business.
For a less-disruptive, easy to maintain and affordable option for some businesses, Flat Roof Coatings are a great solution for your roofing needs. Since flat roofs are cheaper and easier to build, you’ll often find these types of roofing options on buildings. There’s little disruption for a business owner and the coatings available from Stratus Roofing can be applied to metal, asphalt built-up, modified bitumen, and single-ply roofs.
Our white flat roof coatings meet the Energy Star guidelines for energy efficiency (lower cooling bills and less stress on your HVAC system) which means money back in the your pockets. Plus, a coating on your flat roof is much safer to access and maintain. If you’re looking for a do-it-all roof, this could be a great option for your business.