Schools, universities, government buildings, office buildings, high rises, hospitals, manufacturing facilities, HOAs. From steep slope to low slope, Malarkey offers the shingles, rolls, and multi-ply systems to complete your commercial roofing project.
For steep slope commercial projects, Malarkey offers shingles in the industry’s three most popular styles – Architectural, Designer, and 3-tab, as well as accessories to complete the roof – ice and water barriers, underlayments, starter shingles, and hip & ridge shingles.
Architectural shingles are the most popular style in North America.
Designer shingles are the highest performing and most dimensional.
Underlayments and other components to complete the roof.
A major advancement over conventional asphalt (bitumen) roofing systems, modified asphalt roofing for low slope roofing is enhanced with rubber and plastic polymers, and formed around a synthetic reinforcement layer, for greater strength, durability, and longer roof life, and can be multi-layered to achieve desired performance, budget, or warranty needs.
In multi-ply systems, the base layer (base sheet) sits directly atop the roof. Ply sheets can be placed on top of it. Modified asphalt membranes are more versatile than conventional so can often be used as either.
The top layer of multi-ply arrangement is called the cap sheet. It often various slightly from base and ply sheets most noticeably because it is often topped with granules for extra impact resistance and UV protection.
An advancement over traditional tar and gravel roofs, conventional asphalt (bitumen) roofing for low-slope applications consists of conventional asphalt, formed around a fiberglass reinforcement layer, to create a durable, dependable, and less expensive commercial roofing solution, which can be multi-layered to achieve desired performance, budget, or warranty needs.
In multi-ply systems, the base layer (base sheet) is affixed directly the roof.
In multi-ply systems, the middle layers, between the base sheet and cap sheet, are the ply sheets.
The top layer of multi-ply systems is the cap sheet. It various slightly from base and ply sheets most noticeably because it is often topped with granules for extra impact resistance and UV protection.