Single Ply Roofing
Single ply membranes come in three different forms: EPDM, TPO and PVC. Membranes are either mechanically fastened or fully adhered. Single ply membranes also come in different thicknesses with 60 mil being the most common.
Modified Bitumen Roofing
Modified Bitumen roofing is an asphalt-based membrane designed for low slope or “flat” roofing structures. Manufactured in three feet wide rolls, it is often torched by melting the asphalt backing so that it adhered to the cover board. They can also be laid in cold adhesives to avoid fire concerns.
Rubberized Asphalt Membrane Roofing
Known as “hot melt”, hot rubberized asphalt membrane roofing is the most effective form of waterproofing as it is monolithically bonded to the substrate. Melted at 360 degrees, liquefied asphalt is poured and squeegeed on concrete decking with reinforcement fabric and a protection mat.
Steep Slope Roofing
Steep slope roofing is a form of waterproofing that uses individual units referred to as shingles and installs them in a stacking succession. The most common type of steep slope roofing is asphalt shingles on residential homes. Other forms of shingles include slate and cedar shakes.
Standing Seam Roofing
Standing seam metal roofing is a concealed fastener metal panel system featuring vertical legs seamed together. Used on steep sloping roofs, standing seam are durable and aesthetically pleasing for both commercial and residential applications.
Thru Wall Flashing
Thru Wall Flashing is a form of metal flashing installed inside a wall with the purpose of diverting moisture which enters the wall and releasing it outside before any damage is done. Thru Wall Flashing is typically installed using either copper or stainless steel.
Have Questions About Your Project?
At EDA, our number one goal is to deliver a watertight building to every client. We’re so confident in the quality of our work that when you link two or more of our exterior services together, we’ll add on a 10 year all-inclusive warranty, free of charge. No more back and forths between contractors — we’ve got you covered.