Modified Bitumen Roof system


Known to be tough and durable modified bitumen roofing systems are designed to withstand harsh weather conditions.   These membrane roofs were first developed and utilized in Europe in the 1960′s then brought over to the US market in the 1970′s and are found on many commercial and industrial buildings throughout the US.

Depending on our customer’s needs modified bitumen roof systems may be installed by the torch-application method. “hot-mopped” like built up roof systems or applied with adhesives. Some modified bitumen roof manufactures have also introduced self-adhering sheets. which cause the roofing membrane to adhere itself as it is rolled into place. Modified Bitumen roofing systems create watertight barriers that perform for many years at a time due to the multiple layers.  When built-up, these layers of bitumen exhibit exceptional resistance to conductivity of heat between the exterior and interior of the building.  This generates noticeable reduction in heating and cooling costs.  The thermoplastic polymers used in the modified bitumen make it more fire resistant as well.

The technology employed in creating this roofing system makes it affordable and easy to generate as well.  It is suitable for most low sloped applications and may be used for roof system flashings including wall treatments, base flashings and field flashings. All Modified bitumen roofing systems are not the same. If your commercial or industrial roofing system is in need of repair, seek a specialist’s opinion.

About Mag Roofing

Mark started in roofing working part time loading shingles and tearing off roofs for a residential contractor in Houston Texas while still attending high school. He went on to attend University of Texas in Austin, but never left the roofing industry. Mark worked through college as foreman and superintendent for a major commercial roofing contractor, gaining experience working on a variety of commercial, industrial and government projects with a wide range of products. After 11 years, Mark left to found MAG Roofing and since 1994 has methodically built the company from a small local one into a regional force in several mid-western and southern states with regional offices, serving all areas. Mark is actively involved in operations and future business development for all MAG Roofing locations. Mark is very involved in the betterment of the roofing industry. Mark is a member of The Roof Consultant Institute with a certified designation of Registered Roof Observer (RRO), and member of the Houston area Roofing Contractors Association. Mark is also very active in NAIOP Texas where he is Co-Chairing the 2014 Golf Committee and a board member of BOMA Houston where he is an active member of their Golf Committee and the BAC/PAC committee.