Torch-on roofing, that uses rubberized asphalt, is the most common among flat roofs, including those of contemporary homes and commercial buildings. It offers superior protection against the accumulation of water on the roof. Torch-on roofing costs slightly more than tar and gravel roofing, but also provides better results. In addition, it does not emit noxious fumes during installation. These roofs can withstand harsh weather conditions and result in a long run.
Are you looking for a flexible water- and fire-resistant roofing material? You can choose torch-on roofing. It has the ability to provide protection from heat and keep your indoor temperatures down during the summer.
Open Flame Insurance
Mainline Roofing has a $5 million open flame insurance policy. Because house fires can be started by installation of torch-on roofing, we provide you with ultimate protection. Call us today to get a free quote.