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Synthetic Membranes... EPDM, TPO, & PVC

Roof membrane technology has come along way...

Greenworks has many products to choose from to meet your flat roof needs. With many space aged materials to choose from flat rrofs can do alot more than just keep you dry. With the advancment of uv inhibitors these roofs have a much longer lifespan than the flat roofs of yesteryear. In most cases these roofs come with a 20 year guarentee, but with proper installation these roof can last 25 to 30 years with ease.

A typical installation...

A typical installation is glued down with all of the seams mechanically welded to more or less create a single piece of material covering your entire roof. It's more or less a pool liner glued down to your roof. All edges are mechanically terminated with screw down termination bars preventing wind from getting under the material making it virtually hurricane proof. A branch falls from a tree and puts a tear in it, no problem, leaks are easy to find and can be easily patched using the same welding technolgy used to install, therefore your patch becomes one with the rest of your roof!

Oh, and did I mention that much like everything else, these products have gone green...

Your probably wondering "How can a "synthetic roofing" be green?" It's all in reflective technology. Some of these membranes are qualified as Energy Star compliant due to there solar reflectance. These products can reflect up to 90% of UV rays and solar radiation lowering the roof temperature up to 100 degrees from the traditional black rubber roofs on the market. This keeps your house cooler and can save you up to 50% on your summer cooling costs as well as lower your carbon footprint! For those of you that already have a black rubber roof with some life left in it, click here to see how you can turn that roof into an Energy Star winner and extend your roof's life for 10 more years at a fraction of the cost of replacement.

 

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