Step One

The heart of the PermaSeal Roofing System is a high-strength, flexible, white, thermoplastic membrane. Its' flexibility—even in extreme temperatures—allows a tight, impermeable fit that adapts to any architectural design, from multiple planes to curves and horizontal surfaces. The membrane reflects UV rays, which minimizes deterioration and gives it insulating properties.

Step Two

Equally important is the way the membrane is seamed together. The individual pieces are hot air welded, which results in a seam with strength that exceeds that of the individual pieces. It provides protection other roofs cannot offer. This superior seaming also allows for adaptability to any sort of roof detail or features. And should changes be needed—such as adding or moving rooftop components—new material can be seamed into place and the roof remains watertight.

Installation is quick, so there's minimal disruption to the business or clientele. Installation is clean, too—with no chemicals or tar.

Roof Options

Our years of experience have given us the knowledge to choose just the right application process for the job. Options available include:

Ballasted rubber roof
Rocks are used to secure the insulation and membrane.
Fully adhered
Insulation is screwed down with plates, then the membrane is glued or mechanically attached.
Mechanically attached
This method uses fewer screws and has an overlap to bury the fasteners. The overlap is then secured with a weld or caulk. This alternative offers the best wind rating.
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