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Manufacturer-certified installation and award-winning workmanship for TPO and EPDM roofs.

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Bringing Adanac quality to commercial roofs.

Affiliated to Adanac Roofing & Gutters, Adanac Commercial Roofing focuses specifically on helping businesses choose the best roofing solution based on roof style, specific needs, and budget.

Proven results for 30+ years.

Choosing Adanac means receiving a superior installation. Each of our commercial roof installations draws on over 30 years of experience in Lower Mainland roofing, including numerous, and varied commercial roofing projects.

We work with property owners and managers to ensure business operations continue as smoothly as possible while ensuring the safety of everyone around the project.

Every commercial roofing project has a safety plan that’s designed by our dedicated safety officer and monitored through to the completion of the project.

To keep you informed at every stage of the project, you’ll always have direct contact with both a dedicated project manager and with Saul, co-founder of Adanac Commercial Roofing.

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TPO Commercial Roofing

TPO, which stands for Thermoplastic Olefin, is a type of commercial roofing material that is commonly used for flat or low-slope roofs. It’s known for its durability, energy efficiency, and ease of installation, making it a popular choice for commercial and industrial buildings.

Complete Welding of TPO Seams & Flashing
Manufacturer Certified Installation
Climate & Efficiency Assessment
Site-specific Material Recommendations

Why Choose TPO?

TPO roofing is made from a blend of synthetic materials, usually a combination of polypropylene and ethylene-propylene rubber. This combination results in a flexible, durable, and heat-reflective roofing material.

TPO roofing is resistant to a wide range of environmental factors, including UV radiation, ozone exposure, and chemical exposure. It is also resistant to tears, punctures, and mold growth. TPO roofs can have a relatively long lifespan when properly maintained.

Properly welded seams are essential in TPO roofing installation to maintain water-tightness. When done correctly, TPO seams can be very strong and durable.

TPO roofing is typically available in white or light-colored membranes, which can reflect a significant amount of sunlight and heat. This reflective property helps in reducing cooling costs and lowering the building’s energy consumption, especially in hot climates.

TPO roofing is often installed in large, single-ply sheets, which makes the installation process relatively quick and straightforward. This can result in cost savings in terms of labor and installation time.

TPO roofing typically requires minimal maintenance over its lifespan. Regular inspections and cleaning may be necessary, but major repairs are relatively uncommon if the roof is installed correctly.

TPO roofing is considered environmentally friendly because it is fully recyclable. Additionally, its reflective properties can help reduce the urban heat island effect in urban areas.

EPDM Commercial Roofing

EPDM, which stands for Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer, is a type of synthetic rubber commonly used in commercial roofing systems. EPDM roofing is a popular choice for low-slope and flat roofs due to its durability, weather resistance, and ease of installation.

Options for Mechanical, Heat, or Adhesive Attachment
Manufacturer Certified Installation
Climate & Efficiency Assessment
Site-specific Material Recommendations

Why Choose EPDM?

EPDM roofing membranes are known for their longevity. They can withstand exposure to harsh weather conditions, including UV rays, extreme temperatures, and moisture, without deteriorating quickly.

EPDM roofs are highly resistant to weathering, making them suitable for areas with varying climates. They are also resistant to ozone and hail damage.

EPDM roofs can be energy-efficient when properly insulated. They can help reduce heating and cooling costs by reflecting sunlight and providing insulation against temperature extremes.

EPDM roofing can be installed using various methods, including ballasted, mechanically fastened, and fully adhered systems. The flexibility and lightweight nature of EPDM make it relatively easy to install.

EPDM roofing is often considered a cost-effective roofing solution because of its reasonable upfront cost and long lifespan.

EPDM roofing membranes are available in different thicknesses and can be customized to fit various roof shapes and sizes. They are available in both black and white, which can impact energy efficiency and aesthetics.

EPDM roofing systems require minimal maintenance over their lifespan. Occasional inspections and simple repairs are usually sufficient to keep the roof in good condition.

EPDM is a recyclable material, and some EPDM roofing systems contain recycled content. Its long lifespan also reduces the need for frequent replacements, which can be environmentally friendly.

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