Cool Roofing Systems offers a number of cool roof solutions. From fluid applied/reinforced, ER and RMI urethane coatings, or PVC and TPO membrane, CRS has flat and low slope solutions for you. PVC PVC roofing materials are completely watertight when installed correctly, durable and long lasting. Combined with other materials the polyvinyal chloride delivers a pliable, durable membrane that is able to withstand harsh chemicals and industrial pollutants with excellent weathering characteristics.
For over 50 years Sika Sarnafil has produced single-ply vinyl roofing and waterproofing systems. Their EnergySmart Roof systems can reduce energy consumption and urban heat islands as well as help slow the reaction of smog-forming pollutants. Sika Sarnafil was the first single-ply membrane manufacturer to label roofing products under the Energy Star Roof Products program. Duro-Last Cool Zone roofing systems exceeds “cool roof” standards established by the EPA Energy Star program, the Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC), and Title 24 of California’s Energy Efficiency Standards for Residential and Nonresidential Buildings.
More than 1 billion square feet of Duro-Last membrane have been installed throughout the United States since the late 1970s with many of these roofs still in service. TPO TPO roofing systems are known for their heat reflective properties. Thermoplastic polyolefin single-ply roofing membranes are able to resist ultraviolet, ozone, and chemical exposure. Highly flexible and durable, a TPO roofing system is resistant to tears, punctures and impact. It is due to its flexibility that a TPO roof can allow for a building’s movement and settling without compromising the roofs performance. EPDM Johns Manville is a leader in EPDM roofing systems.
Ethylene propylene diene terpolymer roofing systems are used widely for low slope building and is one of the most sustainable and environmentally responsible roofing materials used today. EPDM has high emissivity allowing the heat energy to be reflected back into the atmosphere instead of being absorbed by the building below. Tested and proven to work together, the components of the Johns Mansville roofing system are designed to meet the specific requirements of each unique roof.