|1010 N. Batavia St.
Orange, CA 92867
|6959 Main St.
Frisco, TX 75034
The success of any roofing project is based on identifying the right solution for the job. The recommendation of one system over another is based on a variety of factors such as client preference, weather conditions and site demands. Saddleback Roofing understands the importance of ensuring that the roof systems they recommend will perform as guaranteed. Many of these systems meet Title 24 Cool Roof requirements.
- Single Ply Systems (TPO, PVC, & EPDM)
- Cool Roof Coatings
- Hot Asphalt Built Up Systems
- Torch Applied Modified Systems
- Concrete / Clay Tile
- Metal Roofing Systems
- Asphalt Shingles
Often called BUR, a built-up roof system consists of multiple layers of felt and hot or cold asphalt and is one of the oldest and more reliable ways of installing a new roof. Certified Applicators: GAF, Malarkey, CertainTeed and Johns Manville.
Single-Ply Membrane Roofing
Single Ply roof systems are non-asphalt based and provide a high level of flexibility and relative ease of installation. Certified Applicators: Duro-Last, Versico, Carlisle, FiberTite, GAF, Firestone Building Product, Malarkey, and Johns Manville.
Installed on pitched roofs, steep roof systems can consist of tile, asphalt, wood shingles, or metal roof panels. They can add an architectural look to the building. Certified Applicators: GAF, Malarkey, Owens Corning, Eagle Tile, Boral Tile, Redlands Clay Tile, American Slate, and CertainTeed