This is an early crown jewel for us, a massive 1200sq single-ply roof for an airplane hangar on Kirtland AFB, using Garland 80-mil TPO.
This building used a Garland Green-Lock cold application built-up system, here shown in progress covering over the existing roof. This system is ideal for sensitive buildings such as schools and hospitals where a hot tar roof is impractical, as the system is low in odors and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
Every penetration of the roofing membranes is another potential leak. On this lower roof, every suspension connection point needs the utmost care and attention. We installed pitch pans for every anchor to ensure watertightness.
The entirety of this roof is covered with Garland Pyramic coating for solar reflectance. Here, one of our workers is doing touch-up work to make sure the roof qualifies for LEED certification.
We are especially proud of how clean the coping cap and metal details on the parapet wall came out here. This roof is guaranteed not to sag.
In addition to roofing, we can also install metal siding adjacent to the roofs we do. We installed the siding on both of these penthouses, as well as the standing seam metal roof on the lefthand slope.
Part of our responsibility to the customer is ensuring water will run off the roof. Here you can see our crickets and taper system sloping the roof towards the drains from all directions.
Here is the crew in progress, setting up for the day. The customer requested that we place darker gravel near the windows, the built-up roof is exposed next to it.
This is the finished roof from the previous picture, using Garland’s flagship BUR products. White chipped marble is embedded in a polyurea floodcoat for LEED solar reflectance.
We own and operate our own crane, as well as other necessary heavy equipment, so that we can pass the savings on to you.
Chris is our general manager. He is very hands-on with every project we perform, and keeps an iron grip on how the business operates.
Here the crew is laying down a flame retardant coverboard, a crucial component of single ply membrane roofing. It absorbs the brunt of the impact from hail, branches, etc, to keep your roof intact.