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VersiWeld TPO Roofing System

VersiWeld TPO membranes are ENERGY STAR® qualified and CRRC rated. Enhanced with Versico’s high-performance OctaGuard XT™ Weathering Package, VersiWeld membranes offer extreme weatherability and long-term performance.

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Available Colors:

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Available Thicknesses:

  • 45-mil (punctures at approximately 300 lbs)
  • 60-mil (punctures at approximately 350 lbs)
  • 72-mil (punctures at approximately 400 lbs)
  • 80-mil (punctures at approximately 450 lbs)

VersiWeld TPO is Ideal For:

  • Building owners with environmental concerns.
  • The average flat roof.
  • Large commercial buildings with high cooling costs.
  • Roofs with high foot traffic.
  • Buildings emitting chemicals.
  • New construction and re-roofs.
  • Warm climates.

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VersiWeld TPO System offers:

  • Quick installation.
  • Energy efficient.
  • Lower labor costs.
  • Flexible.
  • Strong seams.
  • Easy to repair.

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We install the following TPO systems:

  • 45-mil TPO. Punctures at approximately 300 lbs.
  • 60-mil TPO. Punctures at approximately 350 lbs.
  • 72-mil TPO. Punctures at approximately 400 lbs.
  • 80-mil TPO. Punctures at approximately 450 lbs.

For more information on TPO membranes visit www.versico.com

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Pitched TPO Repair

Some pitched roofs can have problem areas that are easily solved with TPO. This particular roof had leaked in this area repeatedly over many years. We used a Tan Versico TPO membrane to seal the corner where moisture was repeatedly getting in. This customer has been pleased with his roof ever since.

TPO is a roofing membrane typically installed on flat roofs. When appropriate, TPO can be installed on pitched roofs to solve problem areas. Learn more about TPO.

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Why do Flat Roofs Creak?

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Have you been hearing any strange noises coming from your roof lately? Don’t worry too much, more than likely it’s the colder temperatures we are having that make the sounds more prominent.  The wood on the roof contracts when it gets cold. In the winter, all exposed materials will eventually shrink as the temperature drops. In the spring, as the environment warms up, wood will gradually expand to it’s normal size.

 

Flat roofs are generally more noisy then pitched because the insulation is part of the system so there is no place for moisture to escape. No roof is sound-proof, especially if they aren’t well built or well maintained.

 

Membrane roofs expand with the heat in the summer and contract with cooler temperatures pulling on the fasteners. This can lead to snapping, cracking and popping sounds. These sounds are most common in buildings where the new roof has been installed over an older roof, causing the weight of the new roof pressing down on the already damaged roof.

 

There is a solution:  The addition of expansion joints can make a big difference and be much, much cheaper than tearing down the roof and rebuilding a new one.

 

Any material whether new or old can shift regularly with changes in temperature and air pressure. If the noises become unbearable, then getting a new roof may be last resort to prevent further noise. Our employees are certified and trained to install a variety of material on flat roofs. We have chosen to install only the most durable products which include:

All in all, unless you have a family of raccoon’s nesting on the top of your roof making clunking noises from the chimney (true story), then the only way to really diagnose the problem is to contact us for a free estimate and consultation from Brady Roofing. 801-487-5151 We install both flat and pitched roofs.

 

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Cool Roofing Products

Energy Efficient Flat Roofing

Check out our large selection of energy efficient roofing materials for both pitched and flat roofs.  Click on a product to learn more about it.

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Mule-Hide EPDM



Energy Efficient Pitched Roofing

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Custom Fabricated Metal Roof

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TPO Snow Fences

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SS150 Flat Panel Profile

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  • We are certified by the manufacturer of each product we install.

  • Our employees are trained in a formal training program.

  • We pay our employees by the hour to ensure their focus is on the quality of their work.

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Flat Roof Materials

Brady Roofing employees are trained to install a variety of materials on flat roofs. We install Versico EPDM, Versico TPO roofing, tar and gravel, and PVC. We are specifically certified to install each type of roofing material. We have chosen to install only the most durable products on your flat roof. Select a product below to learn more information.  
 
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Cool Roofing Materials

By Dymon Brady

If you are in the market for a cool roof to save yourself money in energy bills and do your part in helping the environment, there are many options out there for you. Here are just a few  of the many products that are likely to grant you the best energy savings possible, while offering the greatest protection for your home or building.

Flat Roofs
If you own a flat roof, you are provided with convenient energy saving resources. Flat roofing membranes, unlike tar and gravel roofs, are reflective and are designed to save you energy and money. A flat roof membrane’s high reflectivity will help to reduce the amount of energy required to cool a building and keep it cool throughout the hottest points of the year. This decreased amount of energy consumption causes a lower amount of pollution to be generated back into the atmosphere and directly contributes to a cooler and cleaner environment, all while you save a little money. Just two roofing membranes that are energy efficient include:

TPO
EPDM

Mulehide-TPOTPO is an extremely reflective roofing membrane. Versico’s TPO membranes carry the Energy Star rating, and succeeded in exceeding the guidelines to meet that rating. TPO is solar reflective and has a thermal emittance level of .8 to .9, depending on the color. Versico’s TPO is also listed as a CRRC (Cool Roof Rating Council) certified product. This TPO is also 100% recyclable, as well as made from safe materials that do not harm the environment. If you are looking for a roof that will naturally cut down your energy bill, and also succeed in helping the environment, TPO is for you.

 

 

EPDM

EPDM is a truly sustainable product. It is diverse enough to fit the needs of virtually all of the different climates and building structures. For example, if a membrane is not thick enough in a cold climate zone, it will almost immediately result in higher energy output and costs for the property owner. However, EPDM is able to work with different climates to create an energy efficient roof for you an any location. Though EPDM lacks the reflectivity of TPO, it makes up for it in thermal performance. In fact, a recent study performed by the Department of Energy and the EPDM Roofing Association showed that ballast and paver systems (such as EPDM roofing) can save as much energy as a reflective or “cool” roofs, especially in colder climates.

 

 

Pitched Roofs
Even pitched roofs are following the global trend of installing energy efficient building products. Since most pitched roofs are residential, they have the potential to save your family from spending money on unnecessary energy bills, while still helping your house look good. They also qualify for a tax credit of up to $1500. Two examples of these cool shingles are:

Owens Corning Duration Cool Series
CertainTeed’s Landmark Solaris

Frosted OakOwens Corning has introduced the Duration Cool Series shingle in hopes of reducing attic temperatures, and thus reducing energy costs and usage. They are designed with a greater reflectance than traditional shingles that helps to minimize the amount of heat leaking from your roof into your home.  What I really like about these shingles is that they are designed to look like traditional shingle colors, instead of an obvious grey or green.  These qualify for a energy tax credit and will save you additional money throughout each year.

 

 

Certainteed Landmark SolarisCertainteed Roofing has also come out with a ‘cool’ shingle: Landmark Solaris. This shingle contains advanced color granules that reflect the sun. This succeeds in reducing the overall roof temperature by up to 20% in the summer, saving you money and energy. Landmark Solaris is rated by the Cool Roof Rating Council, qualifies for credits and points in LEED, NAHB, and other green programs, and meets the ENERGY STAR standards for solar reflectance and thermal emission. However, perhaps the best feature of this shingle is it’s beauty. It doesn’t look like a cool shingle, but rather it is a beautiful architectural shingle that would look great on any home.

Learn more about our products, or for a free estimate, contact Brady Roofing.

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Flat Membrane Warranty

This warranty is an affordable way to protect your EPDM or TPO flat roof investment. It covers any manufacturing defects and premature weathering on the membrane material only.

15 Year Membrane Material Warranty

This warranty covers all flat roof membrane manufacturing defects and premature weathering for the first 15 years. Available for:

45-mil EPDM membrane
60-mil EPDM membrane
90-mil EPDM membrane
45-mil TPO membrane
60-mil TPO membrane
72-mil TPO membrane
80-mil TPO membrane

20 Year Membrane Material Warranty

This warranty covers all flat roof membrane manufacturing defects and premature weathering for the first 20 years. Available for:

60-mil EPDM membrane
90-mil EPDM membrane
60-mil TPO membrane
72-mil TPO membrane
80-mil TPO membrane

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Total System Warranty

Get a flat roof warranty that covers your entire roofing system, material and labor included. You will be left with the ultimate peace of mind when you choose a total system warranty for your TPO or EPDM roof. Click here for eligibility requirements.

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30 Year Total System Warranty with Limited Hail Coverage

In addition to the standard Total System Warranty, this package also protects against hail up to 2″ for 30 years. May be purchased with accidental puncture coverage (below). Available for:

90-mil EPDM membrane

30 Year Total System Warranty with 32-hr Limited Accidental Puncture Coverage

In addition to the standard Total System Warranty, this package also provides 32 labor hours each year to repair accidental punctures on your flat roofing system. May be purchased with hail coverage (above). Available for:

90-mil EPDM membrane

30 Year Total System Warranty with 16-hr Limited Accidental Puncture Coverage

In addition to the standard Total System Warranty, this package also provides 16 labor hours each year to repair accidental punctures on your flat roofing system. May be purchased with hail coverage (above). Available for:

90-mil EPDM membrane
72-mil TPO membrane
80-mil TPO membrane

15 Year Total System Warranty

This warranty covers all costs of membranes, flashings, adhesives, sealants, fasteners, metal edging, insulation, and any other Versico products installed for 15 years. Available for:

45-mil EPDM membrane
45-mil TPO membrane

20 Year Total System Warranty

This warranty covers all costs of membranes, flashings, adhesives, sealants, fasteners, metal edging, insulation, and any other Versico products installed for 20 years. Available for:

60-mil EPDM membrane
60-mil TPO membrane
72-mil TPO membrane

30 Year Total System Warranty

This flat roof warranty covers all costs of membranes, flashings, adhesives, sealants, fasteners, metal edging, insulation, and any other Versico products installed for 30 years. Available for:

90-mil EPDM membrane
80-mil TPO membrane

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