Firestone Roofing Products
Protecting Homes and Buildings for Decades
The Firestone brand has been synonymous with quality rubber products in the roofing industry for over a century. Although they’re more commonly known today as Elevate under the Holcim Group, the brand is still widely known for exceptional roofing products for residential and commercial properties.
Riedel Contracting has always used Firestone roofing products for industrial and commercial properties as a proven professional general contractor. If you’re looking to get a complete replacement, here are a few options worth considering.
This flat roofing system can be offered as either an unreinforced or reinforced black membrane in traditional applications. Unreinforced white membrane roofs are also an option in warmer climates if you’re looking for a highly reflective surface. It’s ideal in almost any environment even with extreme weather as it has a high resilience against different weather conditions. The material can also be applied in ballasted, mechanically attached, fully adhered, and protected roof membrane systems.
Short for Polyvinyl Chloride, PVC single-ply roofing membranes are one of the most popular commercial roofing products available in the market. They’re highly durable and resistant to different flat-roof aggressors and elements such as wind, fire, and chemicals. The material provides several benefits including energy savings due to its high solar reflectivity, which helps keep your building naturally cool for longer periods. This also helps regulate your HVAC’s energy consumption and lower monthly utility bills!
Thermoplastic polyolefin or TPO is a single-ply membrane that’s among the industry’s fastest-growing commercial roofing products. It’s because of the material’s several performance advantages and installation benefits that it gained massive industry acceptance. And even as demand increases for heat-reflective and energy-efficient roofing systems, TPO single-ply roofing membranes still offer remarkable durability and resistance to ultraviolet, ozone, and chemical exposure.
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