Roofing Professional Services in Mililani HI
Professional Roofing Services for Your Home or Business
Keeping your roof in tip-top shape is essential to the safety and security of your home or business in Mililani, HI. But you don’t have to go it alone - with our professional roofing services, you can be sure that your roof will be taken care of by experienced professionals. We specialize in many different types of roofing services - asphalt roofing, clay tile, slate, shake, metal and commercial roofing. We’ll take a look at why each type of service is beneficial and how they can help keep your building secure and up-to-date.
Our top-notch roofers are ready to handle any repair or replacement job for residential or commercial buildings. Our team has years of experience in both repairs and installation and can handle any project from start to finish with skill and expertise. We specialize in shingle roofs, tile roofs, flat roofs, metal roofs, slate roofs, rubber roofs, asphalt shingle roofs, and much more! No matter the size or complexity of the job - we’re here to make sure that your roof is properly fixed up!
Asphalt Roofing Services
Asphalt shingle roofs are some of the most popular options for homes due to their durability and affordability. As asphalt shingle experts, our team is fully trained in installation procedures that guarantee long-lasting result. We also provide maintenance services such as cleaning gutters and removing debris from around the perimeter of the house that could potentially damage the asphalt shingle material over time.
Clay Tile Roofing Services
Baked Tile roofing provides great aesthetics for homes with a southwestern flavor or Traditional Japanese design as well as certain modern designs, and comes in a variety of colors. Tile roofing is exceptionally durable and is long lasting – and will typically outlive the material that the roofing is resting on. Tile does not break down or combust, and it is 100% resistant to mold. It requires little maintenance, and is available in a variety of types, colors, shapes and brands. The tiles themselves are somewhat brittle, but walking on them can be done with caution. Although they can be damaged, they effectively resist extreme weather and repel heat and harmful UV rays.
Metal Roofing Services
Metal roofs are becoming increasingly popular due to their superior strength compared to other materials like wood or asphalt. Our metal roofers are certified installers who have been trained in best practices when it comes to laying down a robust metal structure that will withstand heavy winds while still looking attractive on any residential property. Our team utilizes state-of-the-art tools when installing these materials so you can rest assured knowing that your new metal roof will stand tall for many years to come!
Whether you need a full installation, a recovering or just repairs done on an existing structure in Mililani, our professional team at Mililani Roofing has got what you need! With our reliable offerings including traditional roofing techniques as well as up to date options such as asphalt and metal roofing – we guarantee your satisfaction with every job completed! Contact us today for a free inspection and quote!
Commercial roofs come in a wide range of materials which are determined by the structure of the building especially the steepness of the slope, and other factors like climatic conditions, e.g., intense heat, extreme cold, or if a surface needs to withstand high foot traffic.
Single Ply Roofing
These roof systems use TPO, PVC, and EPDM. They are incredibly flexible, robust, materials preferred by many building owners because it resists peeling, cracking and other types of weathering.
Their main characteristic is they are designed to be installed in a single layer. There are two main categories within the single-ply roofing industry – thermoplastic membranes and thermoset membranes.
TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin)
This material is most commonly used on low slope roofs in North America and includes reinforced roof sheets that feature heat-welded seams and are highly reflective. TPO is a single-ply membrane, typically composed of polypropylene and ethylene-propylene rubber that has been polymerized together.
TPO is part of the thermoplastic membrane category and comes in a variety of colors, although the most popular are white, grey, and tan. The membrane can be installed using several different methods including mechanically attached, adhered, or ballasted.
PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)
PVC roofing material is composed of two layers of PVC with a polyester reinforcement scrim in between. The top ply contains additives that make the membrane UV resistant. The bottom ply is typically darker and contains plasticizers for flexibility which helps make installation easier.
Other benefits of a PVC membrane are longevity, durability, and fire resistance. PVC is also weldable which means it can be welded to an adjoining sheet making it watertight.
EPDM Roofing (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer)
What is EPDM roofing? The letters stand for “ethylene propylene diene monomer,” a tough-to-pronounce chemical compound that is known for its elasticity and toughness. EPDM roofing employs a material that has a fantastic ability to resist the constant bombardment of ultraviolet light and all the sun’s damaging rays.
One of the most popular commercial roofing materials in current use, EPDM rubber roofing is doubly desirable because it combines low cost with resilient strength. An EPDM roofing membrane is a type of synthetic rubber composed of natural gas and oil.
Modified Bitumen Roofing SystemsA modified bitumen roof combines asphalt and a unique chemical polymer for flexibility and temperature resistance. It can be applied in multiple layers, in several ways (self-adhesive sheets, hot-mopped asphalt, torch applied or cold-applied adhesives), in both hot and cold temperatures, making it a viable option for installation through all four seasons.
The seams are melted together to form a secure bond. They are rated against wind, fire, and hail which means they are resistant to damage during a storm.
Built-Up Roofing SystemsAmong the oldest roofing systems available on the market, built-up roofing consists of 3-5 layers for enhanced protection, especially in extreme climatic conditions with wide ranges of low and high temperatures.
Sometimes called BUR for short, built-up roofing has been around for more than 100 years.
Liquid Applied RoofingA liquid applied roofing membrane is constructed in place with resin and a reinforcing polyester. It offers superior waterproofing capabilities because it’s able to reach those harder to get to areas. It is sprayed on, or roller applied, usually in two separate coats.
A liquid roof, due to the nature of how it is applied doesn’t create invasive disturbances and or emit harmful or strong odors, making it a good option for when businesses need to stay open during construction.
Roof Coating SystemsThis fully adhered coating consists of a fluid-applied membrane. It can stretch and return to its original shape. There are many types of roof coatings, but the most common include acrylic and silicone. Best suited for metal roofs, coatings can help keep buildings cool, reduce energy consumption, protect against leaks and extend the life of a commercial roof.
Asphalt shingle roofing, metal roofing, tile roofing and others mostly used on residential homes can be applied to buildings such as universities, churches, residential buildings or store front businesses where a visible roof is desired to add to the decor of the structure.