Spann Roofing - Myrtle Beach Roof Company
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Serving the Eastern Carolinas for over years...
A Quality Roofing Contractor in Horry County & Surrounding Areas

Roofing Solutions and Services



Roof Types - Installation & Repair

Spann Roofing supports all roofing needs. Some of the more popular roof types are

Built-up Roofs
A built-up roof (BUR) consists of multiple roof felts laminated together with bitumen or adhesive.  This type of roof is ideal for flat or low sloped roofs.  BUR systems have low flexibility and are only appropriate on roof decks with minimal movement or where appropriate expansion joints are provided.  The typical lifespan is 10-20 years, depending on weather conditions, foot traffic, and materials used.  BUR systems require periodic maintenance to maximize their service life.

Modified Bitumen
Modified Bitumen roofing is an asphalt-based system for low-slope roofs. Although it is related to Built-up Roofing, Modified Bitumen has increased resistance to brittleness at cold temperatures and greater flow resistance at high temperatures. Increased elasticity is achieved by blending synthetic rubberized polymers with asphalt in lieu of modification by the blowing process. This product is available in designer colors to match asphalt shingles.

Roof Coatings
Roof coatings are liquid applied, fully adhered "rubber-like" protective membrane systems.  Coating an older roof with a white or light-colored protective system can reduce energy costs by reflecting the sun's heat.  This also reduces thermal shock and helps prolong the life of your roof.

Shingles
Most roofs in North America use asphalt shingles as the roofing material of choice.  Shingles can be purchased in a variety of colors and coatings.  The benefits of shingle roofs include cost, low maintenance, weather resilience, and easy installation.  However, the life of asphalt shingles is the lowest of all roofing materials.

The NRCA recommends use of shingles that comply with American Society for testing and Materials (ASTM) standards:  ASTM D 225 for organic shingles and ASTM D 3462 for fiberglass shingles.  Not all asphalt shingles on the market comply with these standards; it is typically noted on the manufacturer's product literature and on the package wrapper.


Single Ply Roofs
Single Ply roofs are another flat-roof solution that uses rubber or plastic membranes.  Single ply roofing systems offer the advantages of rapid installation and light-weight construction.  These systems provide high puncture and tear resistance, excellent dimensional stability and high tensile strength.  They affect suburb resistance to ozone and UV exposure, extreme weather conditions, chemicals, and fire.  During installation, no heavy equipment is required.

Slate
Slate is often the roof of choice when longevity is especially important.  It is aesthetically pleasing and especially durable.  Properly installed, slate roofs require little maintenance and will last 60 to 125 years depending on the type of slate employed, roof configuration and the geographical location of the property.  Slate is usually more expensive than other roofing types.

Standing Seam Metal Roofs
Metal roofs typically last the lifetime of the house itself.  Metal is resistant to fire (Class A rating), mildew, insects, and rot, and now come in reflective colors that meet the Energy Star ratings.  The standing seam metal roof is one of the most exciting breakthroughs in roofing technology in the last 25 years.  Standing seam metal roofs are light and come in a variety of colors.  It's durability, easy installation, and simple maintenance is why it is used in around 50% of all low-rise commercial and industrial buildings erected in the last several years.

Tile
Tile roofs, both clay and concrete, are one of the most appealing alternatives to other roofing materials.  Its color and design can be tailored to almost any style home or building.  Roof tile is also fireproof and carries a class-A rating.  Tile roofing is a great insulator, which helps to keep homes warmer in winter and cooler in summer.  The biggest drawback to a tile roof is its initial installation cost.  When compared to asphalt shingles or even basic metal roofing, tile roofs can cost several times as much to install.  Additionally, tile can be difficult to work on since the individual tiles can break under the weight of a worker. Consideration to the weight of the tile must be reviewed by a structural engineer.

Spann Roofing also works with Customers on other Roofing Projects:



Custom Sheet  Metal
Metal roofs, wall panels, soffits, copings, gutters, downspouts, and custom architectural metal fabrication are all created in Spann Roofing's metal work shop.  All details must be exact to ensure a fit that is both watertight and visually pleasing.  Spann Roofing can install double or single-lock panels, snap-lock panels and snap-on batten panels, and with our portable roll-form machine, almost any panel length can be achieved.

ENERGY STAR Roofs
ENERGY STAR qualified roof products reflect more of the sun's rays.  See the ENERGY STAR website to see which roofs qualify. 

Free Commercial Roof Inspections
At no charge, an experienced technician will inspect and evaluate your facility's roof and identify existing or potential problems.  A complete written report with pictures, deficiencies, and estimates for repair will be submitted.  Written asset management plans can be developed to assist with budget requirements. Click here for your free commercial roof inspection.

Hurricane Response
Our hurricane response plan calls for the immediate stockpiling of materials once hurricane warnings are issued.  Also, work crews are placed on standby notice and are ready to be dispatched to the areas where they are needed.  Supervisors implement a rigorous equipment check to ensure that our infrastructure is operating properly and can withstand use in less than ideal conditions.

Spann Roofing's disaster response plan allows us the ability to function and operate at full capacity under the most adverse conditions.


Green Roofs
Green roofs are vegetated roof covers with growing media and plants taking the place of bare membrane, gravel ballast, shingles or tiles.  Green roofs can contribute to at least 6 LEED points.

LEED Compliant Roofing Systems
The LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green  Building Rating System is a certification program that verifies a building project is environmentally responsible, profitable and a healthy place to live and work.  It designates that a building is truly "green."

A LEED compliant roofing system will use ENERGY STAR compliance (highly reflective) materials or have a vegetated roof. 


Our coatings are versatile and can be applied over clean, dry, and mechanically sound substrates such as built-up, modified bitumen, single ply, metal, and concrete roofs.  Manufacturer's warranties are available.

Maintenance Programs
Spann Roofing offers a variety of maintenance programs for commercial and residential buildings. These programs consist of a detailed roof survey and regular inspections to maximize the life of your roof.

Repairs & Leak Services
Our Service Department efficiently handles temporary and permanent leak repairs for commerical and residential facilities.

Warranties
All Spann Roofing new roof work is guaranteed for two years for workmanship.  Additional warranties can be purchased from the manufacturer.

Spann Roofing has all your roofing needs for the Myrtle Beach area.