Commercial Roofing Systems
Recognized As Commercial Roofing Experts, McCormack Is Here To Help You Today
Why Choose McCormack For Your Commercial Roofing?
McCormack’s innovative commercial roofing systems can improve your building’s the solar reflectivity, improve your building’s insulation for both climate and sound, and -with the addition of solar panels- actually reduce your building’s energy bills.
Commercial Roofing And Energy Systems
There has never been a better time to install a commercial roof system with McCormack, given current federal tax incentives.
Our installation types include membrane systems (such as FiberTite), foam systems, “built up” systems (also known as tar and gravel), and torch down systems. All of these different installation types can be bundled with solar and, if desired, financed using a stand-alone secured term loan or a new commercial property loan that ties in your new improvements.
If you would like to schedule a free property evaluation, please complete our estimate request form. One of our experienced construction managers will then meet with you on site, prepare a detailed report covering your maintained needs and your energy saving potential.
A Proven Track Record
Commercial Roofing and Energy Systems are our specialty at McCormack Roofing. We have worked on thousand of buildings in Southern California, and we can help with yours too. Call us today for a contractor you can trust.
The FiberTite Roofing System is an innovative, high performance coated fabric membrane. Its unique four-layer technology sets the performance standard in roofing with a proprietary, proven formula utilizing Elvaloy® Ketone Ethylene Ester (KEE), and provides unmatched puncture, chemical and UV resistance, everything you need in a commercial roofing system.
FiberTite roof benefits:
- Superior puncture and tear resistance
- Excellent chemical and UV resistance
- Excellent flexibility to covering roof details
- Roof membrane made from the industry’s heaviest base fabric
SPF roofing is a seamless layer of roofing protection that can be applied to nearly any roofing type, including built-up, metal, single-ply, and modified bitumen roofs.
This commercial roofing system consists of a bottom layer of foam that is chemically bonded to the existing roof surface, and one to two layers of elastomeric or silicone roof coatings on top. It’s applied using a spray application, making it easy and fast to complete. The end result is a seamless, leak-free seal of protection that can last for over 20 years with regular maintenance.
Foam roof benefits:
- Superior thermal resistance for better insulation and lower energy bills
- Reflective coatings can further reduce energy demand for cooling
- Can be built up in certain areas for superior drainage (to avoid ponding)
- Eliminates the seems in your roof that often cause leaks
- Easy maintenance, as damaged areas can be resprayed and foam can be recovered every 5 to 10 years with silicone or other coatings
- Can better insulate exterior building sound
Torch-down roofing, also referred to as torch-on roofing, is a type of roofing material commonly applied as commercial roofing to properties with flat roofs. The material itself is made of rubberized asphalt, and it’s become popular thanks to its time-tested durability and affordable price.
- Waterproof: The process of melting the asphalt directly onto your roof creates a rugged barrier
- No Solar Breakdown: It will neither melt nor become brittle, helping to ensure long-lasting performance.
- Limited Maintenance: The rugged nature of torch-down roofing renders it resistant to tears and puncture damage, helping to reduce the need for roof repairs
- Lifespan: Can often last up to 20 years when professionally installed
Built-up roofs, commonly known as tar and gravel roofs, consist of alternating layers of bitumen and reinforcing fabrics. Together, these create a finished membrane. The bitumen used includes asphalt, cold-applied adhesive, or coal tar. As for the reinforcing fabric, manufacturers use organic or fiberglass mats. For surfacing, manufacturers use different types of materials: aggregates, fiberglass or mineral surfaced cap sheets, hot asphalt, aluminum coatings, or elastomeric coatings.
Built Up Roof System Benefits:
- Protection: Multiple layers of bitumen and saturated felts create a water-resistant barrier that ensures protection.
- Energy efficiency: Special coatings with high reflectivity values help maintain a consistent building temperature.
- Durability: Components used are high resistance against fire and wind, perfect for a commercial roofing installation.