Just as the name indicates, single-ply membrane is a singular piece of rubber membrane that is installed over the roof substrate to create a water proof roof surface. However, not all single-ply membranes are created equal. We've taken the hard work out of choosing the right materials and only offer what we know will perform. M.E.B. Systems Inc. has experience with a wide range of the single-ply membranes that are available on the market today.
A complete waterproofing system for metal roofs that inhibits rust, stops leaks and provides an energy efficient, long-lasting and attractive finish coat for years of service. With our technique and materials used, these systems are an effective method for preserving an existing metal roof without the need for costly metal repair or replacement.
M.E.B. Systems offeres unique and effective tank lining for water containment such as used for fire suppression systems.
Sprayed in Place Polyurethane Foam (SPF) is a closed-cell roofing material formed by combining two liquid components. When these two materials meet in the mixing gun, they expand 20 to 30 times their volume immediately, forming rigid polyurethane foam. SPF serves as insulation with an R-value of 7 per inch as well as creates a water tight roof.
M.E.B. Systems specializes in waterproofing new construction basements. CCW Miradri (Carlisle) is the product that we generally recommend using.
The EPDM coating system is an elastomeric system used to re-coat aged EPDM rubber roofs. Upon inspection and determining the membrane is in good enough condition, the EPDM is pressure washed and a tack coat is applied to prepare the surface for the application of the main coatings. Rapid Roof III® base coat is installed over all the seams embedding spunflex fabric into the wet film followed by applying 2nd coat of Rapid Roof III Base Coat over the fabric. The entire roof surface is then coated with a white Rapid Roof II Top Coat.
The metal roof retrofit system consists of EPS flute fill installed between the high ribs of the roof panel at the equivalent thickness of the height of the ribs. The entire roof is then covered with a complete layer of 1.5" polyisocynurate insulation (this layer can vary in thickness based on R-value requirements). The top layer of polyisocynurate insulation creates a smooth surface which resembles a standard flat roof surface. A single-ply membrane is then installed over the entire roof.
Periodic preventive maintenance can prevent small, easily handled problems from becoming disruptive, big-budget nightmares. Proper repairs and maintenance to a roof system can prolong the roof's service life and enhance the value of the original investment made in it. M.E.B. Systems Inc. recommends that a spring and fall maintenance check is done in order to maintain the integrity of the existing roof systems. Every building is different and depending on the design may have certain areas that are more prone to problems. By utilizing a regular maintenance program these specific areas can be monitored for potential problems and preventative measures taken. Typically a maintenance agreement includes cleaning roof drains, gutters, and scuppers.