We are Dayton Ohio's Replacement Roofing Specialists.
Copeland Roofing & Siding has been replacing roofs in the Dayton Ohio area since 1965.
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FLAT ROOFS, LOW SLOPE ROOFS
Dayton Ohio Commercial Replacement Roofing Experts
For flat roofs and commercial re-roofing, Copeland offers the following choices, all of which are excellent
for industrial, commercial, institutional and residential low slope roofing.
EPDM Rubber Roof Systems (aka Single Ply Rubber Membrane Roofing)
SBS Modified Membrane (aka Modified Bitumen Roofing)
For steeper-slope commercial roofing applications, we suggest the following:
EPDM Roofing Systems
GOOD TO KNOW: Copeland Roofing & Siding is a certified Carlisle Rubber Roof System applicator.
Low-Slope Roofing Application. Durability, design versatility, and installation ease are among the
many reasons ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) is a popular material for re-roof low-slope
Single-ply EPDM roofing systems are based on a high-performance synthetic rubber compound that
provides outstanding weathering characteristics. It is highly resistant to tearing, solvents, and high
temperatures, which makes it easy to clean. Typical applications include office buildings, distribution
warehouses, hospitals, and schools.
SBS Modified Membrane Roofing Systems
GOOD TO KNOW: Copeland Roofing & Siding is a CertainTeed Rubber Roof System applicator.
SBS waterproofing membrane combines expertly blended SBS (Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene)
elastomeric modified bitumen with high quality reinforcement carriers, produced by state-of-the-art
machinery. The result is a range of world class leading SBS waterproofing membranes, providing
long-term and reliable protection for buildings and civil engineering. The excellent product range
offers flexibility in design and aesthetic finish to designers and specifiers while ensuring guaranteed
performance, often for the life of the building.
Shingle Roofing Systems
GOOD TO KNOW: Copeland Roofing & Siding is a certified CertainTeed shingle installer.
If your office building has an inclined roof, then standard shingle roofing is an option to consider.
Learn more about shingles and the leading shingle manufacturers on our residential roofing page.