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Which Roofing Material is Best For Commercial Roofing?

Crown Industrial Roofing
Publication date:
September 17, 2018
Article Summary: 

This blog discusses the importance of choosing the right roofing material for commercial buildings. The article emphasizes the importance of durability and quality materials to withstand harsh weather conditions in Toronto. The article recommends Built-Up Roofing (B.U.R) systems, which originated in England in the 1840s, as they are designed to be waterproof, reinforced, and durable. The B.U.R systems consist of layers of heated asphalt mixed with felt paper and topped with aggregate for protection from UV radiation and wind uplift. The blog concludes by emphasizing the importance of using high-quality materials to prevent the need for future industrial roof repairs.


commercial roofing, industrial roofing, roofing materials, B.U.R systems, asphalt, felt paper, aggregate.

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Crown Industrial Roofing
Which Roofing Material is Best For Commercial Roofing?
September 17, 2018
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