Architectural Sheet Metal
Sheet Metal is a necessity for every fully functioning commercial roof system. Sheet metal is used in order to craft and implement fully functional, long lasting, durable ornaments, and additions to every commercial roof. Typically when sheet metal is used by Tecta America it is to produce gutters, downspouts, scuppers, vents, skylights, ladders, or stairs. In most cases copper, stainless steel, iron, aluminum, or regular steel will be used to craft these products. In NJ, our experts are highly trained in the production, handling, installation, replacement and repairs of any sheet metal products. These products are normally produced through bending, shearing, soldering, welding, or plating.
Cool Roof System
Cool Roof systems have become a commercial staple-hold. These systems are specifically installed to reduce the amount of heat that can enter the establishment. This means that cool roofs are designed to bounce the various rays from the sun while simultaneously absorbing and holding the heat that cannot be reversed. One of the interesting facets about cool roof systems is that they are colored white to light gray. This is because darker colors attract more heat. By installing a cool roof system you can decrease energy rates, increase the lifespan of your roof system, provide a more comfortable indoor environment, and even reduce air pollution. This system is certainly a green choice in that sense because you are significantly lowering the need for indoor air regulation.
Lightweight Concrete roofing systems are an excellent addition to any building. These commercial systems are an incredible foundation for EPDM, and Built-Up Roof systems and offer an unprecedented degree of fire resistance. Lightweight concrete can assist in proper redirection of water on troubled systems. Concrete is highly resistant to fire, water, wind, and temperature which makes it just as strong if not stronger than metal roofing systems. One of the greatest attributes of lightweight concrete is that it can be kept in place regardless of repairs, replacements and installations of new commercial systems as time goes on. The support from concrete will prevent damage from foot traffic while deeply insulating the interior of the building.
Steep Slope Roofing
The slope of a roof is an incredibly important aspect both visually and physically. Most roofing systems that have trouble with precipitation are either low slope or flat roof systems. Steep slope systems are used commercially in order to avoid water damage, leaks, cracks, and infrastructure breaches. Steep slope systems are usually more attractive because a larger portion of the roof can be customized for appearance purposes. Commercial systems that utilize steep slope methods will last longer than low slope or flat systems. This is due to the steep slope's ability to direct water off of the roof and the fact that its angle will absorb less ultraviolet rays.
Daylight Roof Systems
Daylight roof systems have become a progressive choice to all commercial establishments. Daylight roof systems place skylights in specific locations throughout the roof system to allow for the penetration of natural daylight. Over the years these systems have grown to be more efficient and can fully light your building. By using daylight skylights you can save staggering amounts on your electric bills, relinquishing the desire or need for normal lighting. What's most interesting about Daylight roof systems are the various benefits experienced. The sun supplies us with Vitamin D. This all natural source fights depression and stress while strengthening our bones and immune systems. Additionally sunlight lowers our blood pressure. By giving your employees a direct source of sunlight in the workplace you can increase worker satisfaction, levels of happiness, and inspire stress relief. The benefits are truly one of a kind when it comes to daylight roof systems.