Delta Innovative Services can install commercial flat roofs roofs anywhere, anytime, and any place. Our Roofing Project Portfolio includes high schools, hospitals, warehouses, apartment complexes, strip centers, manufacturing plants, military installations, federal government facilities, aviation facilities, and shopping malls.
Commercial Flat Roofs
We specialize in built-up tar and gravel and modified bitumen (multi-ply) roofing systems. We can add slope to existing flat roofs, and we offer custom-designed energy-efficient insulation systems. We also install Energy-Star rated coating systems, shingles, concrete or clay tile, slate, stone-coated metal panels, standing-seam metal panels, and exposed fastener metal panels. We have factory-trained technicians, for the installation, scheduled maintenance and repair of all types of roofing systems.
Single Ply Roofs
Properly installed single-ply roof systems have service lives ranging from about 10 years to 20 years, depending upon the type of installation. When deciding whether a single-ply membrane roofing system is right for you, it is important to first consider whether the building is suited for a single ply membrane at all. Generally, single ply membrane roofing is appropriate when weight is a consideration, the roof has adequate slope, structural movement is expected, and the installation involves recovering an existing membrane or installing in cold weather.
Built-Up Roof (BUR)
A built-up roof consists of multiple plies of roof felts, laminated together with bitumen. Built-up roof material can include layers of bitumen-saturated felt, coated felt, polyester felt or other fabric. A surfacing is generally applied and can be asphalt, aggregate (gravel or slag), emulsion or a granule-surfaced cap sheet.
Built-up roofing systems are one of the oldest and most durable systems available, due in large part to their success and proven reliability. These roof systems are commonly referred to as tar and gravel roofs. They are typically composed of alternating layers of bitumen and reinforcing fabric which creates a finished membrane. Multiple layers provide extra protection and perform well in extreme weather conditions. Built-up roofs are especially resistant to damage from wind, hail and driving rain.