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Commercial Roof Systems

At Spann Roofing we’re experts in a variety of new roofing solutions. From Single-Ply membrane roof systems such as TPO, PVC, and EPDM all the way to Metal Roof solutions and rehabilitation to Modified Bitumen, Shingles, and Fluid Applied Coatings we can go through the process of getting the right solutions for a worry-free roofing solution that will last for years to come.

Single-Ply

Single-ply membrane roof systems are a single layer roof system, ranging in thickness from 40 mils to 90 mils, installed over rigid insulation. Single-ply membranes can be mechanically fastened, fully adhered or ballasted depending on the application. Single-ply membrane roof system are ideal for wide-open roof areas or roofs that expect to receive little or no foot traffic.

TPO Roofing

TPO, also know as Thermoplastic Polyolefin, is a single layer roof membrane that can be held in place by ballast, be fully adhered to the substrate or also be mechanically fastened to the roof decking. As with all single-ply membranes, TPO is available in various thickness and roll widths to accommodate each particular project. Laps in the TPO membrane are heat-welded together to make a watertight seam.

PVC Roofing

PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is known for its durability and longevity, particularly on roofs that are susceptible to fatty oils (restaurants) or jet fuel exhaust (airports). PVC also offers greater puncture resistance than other single-ply membranes. PVC membranes have proven themselves to be the superior option when it comes to choosing a new single-ply roof system. Laps in the PVC membrane are heat-welded together to make a watertight seam.

EPDM Roofing

Ethylene Propylene Monomer, or more commonly know as EPDM, is an extremely durable and flexible synthetic rubber sheet membrane that has been installed throughout the United States for over 40 years. EPDM can be used in a wide variety of roofing applications, is available in black or white and also available in multiple widths to meet the particular needs on each project. Laps in the EPDM membrane are adhered together to make a watertight seam.

Metal Roof Retrofits

Metal Roof Rehabilitations, or metal building retrofits, offer another option to pre-engineered metal building (PEMB) owners who are looking for roof replacement options for a metal roof system.

TPO, PVC or EPDM single-ply roof membrane can be combined with new “future-filler” insulation boards and be installed directly over an existing metal roof system, eliminating the need for tear off and disruption to the normal operations of the building.

All single-ply membrane roof manufacturer’s offer extended labor and material warranties for these new roof systems, which make them an excellent option to building owners looking for a long-lasting and worry-free roof system for years to come.

Modified Bitumen

Modified bitumen roof systems, which have become the alternative to the traditional “built-up” roof system, offers a superior and more durable option compared to a single-ply membrane system.

Modified bitumen roof systems are composed of multiple plies roof membrane bonded together and applied to the roof substrate in hot or cold adhesive. Often times the total thickness of a modified bitumen roof system can exceed 250 mils, which is 4-5 times the thickness of a standard single-ply membrane roof system.

Because of the multiple-plies of roof membrane and its overall thickness, modified bitumen roof systems are recommended for roofs that expect to receive heavy foot traffic, such as roofs that have a lot of rooftop mounted air-conditioning equipment which require continuous maintenance. Modified bitumen is manufactured in rolls that are commonly 36” wide, laps in the roof system are sealed with adhesive or heat welded together to create a continuous watertight seam.

Modified bitumen roof systems have a proven track record of success which makes them one of the best options if you are looking for a new roof system.

Metal Roofing

Metal Roofing solutions are known for durability and longevity. Metal roofs such as Standing Seam and Corrugated Metal Panels can give you piece of mind knowing your roof is secure for many years. Spann Roofing has installed multiple types of metal roofs for corporate clients from small business to large hospitals and universities across the Carolinas.

Standing Seam

Standing seam roof panels are a concealed fastener metal panel roof system with a raised seam and flat area between the seams. Many different types of panel profiles are available, mostly based on the type of application that is required. Roof panel seams can be snapped together or mechanically seamed together depending on the type of application and location of the project. Roof panel widths vary from 12” to 20” and seam height range from 1” tall to 2” tall.

Corrugated Metal Panels

Corrugated metal panel roof systems, or often times referred to as screw-down metal roof panels, are a ribbed metal roof panel which are attached to the roof substrate using exposed fasteners spread out across the field of the roof and at the laps of the metal panels. Typically, ribs are spaced at 9” or 12” on center and anywhere from 7/8” to 1-1/2” tall.

Corrugated metal roof panels are normally fabricated out of painted or bare finish galvalume, and are available in many colors. Corrugated metal panel roof systems can be installed on both residential and commercial buildings, but are not designed for lower pitch roof applications.

Custom Sheet Metal Fabrication

Spann Roofing maintains a complete sheet metal shop equipped with the machinery and skilled personnel to fabricate any of your custom sheet metal needs. Spann is able to fabricate standard or custom chimney caps, gutters, miscellaneous sheet metal flashing or any other other custom sheet metal fabrications to meet your needs. Contact us today to see how we can help you.

Shingles

Shingles are a popular type of roof as they are know for their durability and great look. Shingles are rectangular shapes laid in courses from the bottom edge of the roof up, with each successive course overlapping the joints below.

Shingles are made of various materials such as wood, slate, synthetic slate, metal, plastic, and composite materials such as asphalt shingles.

Asphalt Shingles

Architectural shingles, which are commonly known as laminated or high-definition shingles, offers homeowners an option for a three-dimensional look similar wood shake roof system but still has the qualities and price of an asphalt shingle roof.

Architectural shingles are your most common residential roof type and can be found everywhere you look in your neighborhood. Architectural shingles come in several color options to meet all of your needs. Shingles are not designed to be installed on roof pitches less than 3/12.

Wood Shakes

Wood Shingles and Cedar Shakes, which are commonly confused, are actually different from one another and must be installed differently from one another. Wood shingles and cedar shakes offer the traditional shingle look, but note there are limitations on when these shingles can be installed and are not practical for all applications.

Slate Roofing

Slate is a natural rock material that can be fabricated into the shape of shingle that can last for up to 100 years from the original date of installation. Slate is available in multiple colors and widths which makes each slate roof unique from another.

Due to its weight, structures must be properly designed to withstand the weight of slate shingles so it may not be appropriate for all buildings.

Synthetic Slate Roofing

If natural slate shingles do not fit your budget but you still are looking for the slate shingle look, there are other options available to you. Synthetic slate, also known as composite slate, is available to provide the look of a traditional slate roof at a lower-cost and also does not come with any weight restrictions since these are a synthetic material and not the real thing. Synthetic slate is also available in multiple colors and widths to meet exactly what you are looking for.

Fluid Applied

Fluid Applied Roof Systems or Coatings are an important and viable part of roofing options. These coatings include Acrylic, Polyurethane and Silicone. The coatings are full roofing systems designed to extend the life of roofs rather than tearing off and replacing. The systems come with manufacturer’s warranties for materials and workmanship.

Single Ply

Single-ply membrane roof systems are a single layer roof system, ranging in thickness from 40 mils to 90 mils, installed over rigid insulation. Single-ply membranes can be mechanically fastened, fully adhered or ballasted depending on the application.

Single-ply membrane roof system are ideal for wide-open roof areas or roofs that expect to receive little or no foot traffic.

Modified Bitumen

Modified bitumen roof systems are composed of multiple plies roof membrane bonded together and applied to the roof substrate in hot or cold adhesive. Often times the total thickness of a modified bitumen roof system can exceed 250 mils, which is 4-5 times the thickness of a standard single-ply membrane roof system.

Because of the multiple-plies of roof membrane and its overall thickness, modified bitumen roof systems are recommended for roofs that expect to receive heavy foot traffic, such as roofs that have a lot of rooftop mounted air-conditioning equipment which require continuous maintenance. Modified bitumen is manufactured in rolls that are commonly 36” wide, laps in the roof system are sealed with adhesive or heat welded together to create a continuous watertight seam.

Metal Roofing

Metal Roofing solutions are known for durability and longevity. Metal roofs such as Standing Seam and Corrugated Metal Panels can give you piece of mind knowing your roof is secure for many years.

Foam

Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) roofing systems are greatly affected by wind, sunlight, moisture, humidity and the roof’s surface temperature. Our roof coating systems offer an easy-to-apply solution to protect your SPF roof from damage and deterioration. Save money on a full tear-off with strong, flexible SEBS and Silicone roof coatings from Spann Roofing — and ensure your roof can withstand harsh weather conditions for years to come.

Metal Roof Retrofits

Spann’s Metal Roof Rehab is an effective tool for extending the service life of metal roofs. The Metal Roof Rehab is used when the metal panels are in good condition with little or no rust, but leaks are a problem.

We first conduct an exhaustive examination of the entire roof and flashing to identify deficiencies. Then, the deficiencies will be repaired and the roof is brought up to a maintainable standard.

In essence, a Metal Rehab directly addresses the problem areas like loose or missing fasteners, deteriorated flashing, skylights and penetrations. Spann’s Metal Rehab, combined with a Spann Preventive Maintenance Program (PMP), may qualify for a 3-year leak-free warranty.

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Over the course of more than 62 years, Spann Roofing has roofed over 15,000 commercial and residential buildings and our guarantee stands behind every one of them. We have developed a reputation for an honest, trusted service that will provide quality and reliability regardless the size or complexity of the job. Our services are not limited to commercial roofing.

Spann Roofing is also equipped for the installation, roof repair and maintenance of residential buildings across the area. Spann Roofing is centrally located in Horry County at 459 Allied Drive in Conway, across 501 from Coastal Carolina University.

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