MGM, Inc. offers a wide variety of commercial roofing systems.  The most commonly installed systems are EPDM, TPO and PVC.  The installation methods include: Fully Adhered, Mechanically Attached or Ballasted (loose layed with gravel over the top for weight).  

 

   

        

  

   

 EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) 

An extremely durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane widely used in low-slope buildings in the United States and worldwide. Its two primary ingredients, ethylene and propylene, are derived from oil and natural gas.  EDPM can be installed either fully adhered, mechanically attached or ballasted, with the seams of the roofing system sealed with liquid adhesives or specially formulated tape.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      

 

 PVC (polyvinyl chloride)

One kind of single ply roofing, which means it consists of one layer manufactured in a factory. A PVC roofing membrane is made of thick, flexible UV-resistant thermoplastic material; it may also contain polyester or fiberglass, resins, pigments, plasticizers and other chemicals.  PVC membranes are installed fully-adhered, mechanically-attached or ballasted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TPO (thermoplastic olefin)

Combination of both polypropylene (plastic) and ethylene-propylene (rubber) using state-of-the-art polymer manufacturing technology. The result is an ideal commercial roofing system that is reliable, cost effective, energy efficient and easy to install.  TPO membranes are installed fully-adhered, mechanically-attached or ballasted.