Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) roofing material has been used for decades to help protect Colorado homes and businesses from our harsh climate here among the Rockies. The roofing professionals at A-to-Z Roofing & Exteriors have been repairing, restoring, and replacing roofs of all shapes and sizes since 1993, and we’re proud to be experts in this […]The Pros and Cons of Stone-Coated Steel Roofing
For those looking to upgrade or replace the roof on their commercial or residential building, stone-coated steel could be the perfect solution. However, this roof style doesn’t fit everyone’s budget, and it does come with some drawbacks that you might not be aware of. In this article, the roofing professionals at A-to-Z Roofing & Exteriors […]What Is A Bitumen Membrane?
Bitumen membranes are popular for the protection of flat or low-slope roofs, especially for commercial buildings with large square footages. This method of waterproofing and shielding the roof has been around for decades, but some recent advancements in material technology have yielded even stronger, more resilient roofs that can last for as long as 20 […]TPO Roofing: What You Need to Know
TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin) is a type of single-ply roofing membrane that’s quickly become a firm favorite for commercial properties. This relatively new roofing material has a fantastic range of benefits, being both cost-effective and energy-efficient, and it’s most commonly found on flat roofs. In this article, the roofing experts at A-to-Z Roofing & Exteriors are […]What is the Best Commercial Roofing Material?
It’s only a matter of time before even the highest quality commercial roof requires repair or replacement. Here in Colorado, business and property owners have their choice between numerous industrial roofing systems. Our harsh climate calls for flat- or low-sloped commercial roofs that provide adequate protection from heavy rain, hail, snow, and winds. At A-to-Z […]What Roofing Material Is Right for Your New Roof?
There are many ways to protect a commercial or residential building from the elements. To help accomplish this, the roof is the single most important feature of any structure, as it is responsible for dispersing rainfall, snow, and hail, as well as acting as a barrier against UV damage from direct sunlight. …not to mention […]Why the Membrane Matters in Commercial Roofing
Today, membrane roofing systems are seen widely on buildings with roofs that are slightly sloped or entirely flat. They help to block water from leaking into the building and also keep the water channel controlled after rainfall. Additionally, membrane roofs also provide warmth and insulation while protecting the entire building. The use of membrane roofing […]What You Need to Know About GAF Impact Resistant Shingles
GAF is officially the largest roofing materials manufacturer in the United States, and they didn’t get there because they skimp on quality. This supplier builds some of the most durable, resilient, and longest-lasting shingles on the market. It’s not enough for us here at A-to-Z Roofing & Exteriors to simply say that, however, so we’re […]Malarkey Roofing Products Certification: What Does It Mean?
Within the residential roofing industry, there are dozens of material suppliers. Everything from shingles and flashing to fasteners and adhesives can be purchased from any of these manufacturers. This can make it difficult to know which roofing products supplier provides the highest quality product at a fair cost. Malarkey Roofing Products—a Portland-based supplier of high-quality […]