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Genflex Roofing Systems Contractor...

GenFlex Roofing Systems is a leading, full-line supplier of high-quality single-ply roofing products for the commercial roofing market. No idea what Genflex is but just know that’s the kind of roof you have? Have questions about a repair? Call us at 1-800-297-3758

GenFlex Roofing Systems is a leading, full-line supplier of high-quality single-ply roofing products for the commercial roofing market. Genflex provides premium support to all its customers and as a partner with Genflex, we have been able to provide fast, affordable and service on any home with a Genflex roofing system. No idea what Genflex is but just know that’s the kind of roof you have? Have questions about a repair? Call us at 1-800-297-3758

Why We Use Genflex Roofing Systems & Supplies

Genflex is a leading provider of TPO single-ply roofing systems, which we prefer and recommend for most roof repairs or new installations. TPO stands for ‘thermoplastic polyolefin’., and is made of a white material that reflects sunlight away from the building; it’s extremely durable and resistant to fire and bacteria, which is why so many people in Tampa, FL use it. Learn more about what TPO roofing is.

“Good job for the price quoted. No extra fees or “add-ons” surprised me at the end and everything was done in a courteous and timely manner.” Janis O. Date Of Install: September 2012 Mobile/manufactured Home Park: Venice Isles

“Great bunch of guys. Very professional. They were very courteous to me & worked like a well oiled machine! I’m very happy!” James O. Sr. Date Of Install: August 2012 Mobile/manufactured Home Park: Holiday Park

All Weather Roofing, Inc., has been using Genflex TPO roofing materials and systems in the Tampa area since 1984.

Free Video Inspection Of Your Genflex Roof

Need a repair on your mobile home roof? We actually offer a free video inspection of your roof for anyone in the Tampa Bay area and surrounding counties. You get to see the damage first hand and during the inspection we can offer you an estimate right on the spot.

Explore Your Mobile Home Roofing Options

Want to know more about your mobile home roofing options, then fill out our online inquiry form or give us a call at 1-800-297-3758. We’d be happy to help you make the right decision.

IB Roofing Systems – PVC Membranes...

Looking for a roofing contractor in the Tampa Bay who is experienced with repairing and replacing roofs from IB Roofing Systems? Call us at 1-800-297-3758.

About IB Roofing Systems

Since 1978, IB has been a nationally known leading company in providing high-performance PVC membranes and quality roofing systems for the commercial or mobile home industry. IB Roof Systems is a roofing supplier that has solid solutions for your flat or low-sloped roof that are backed by the best warranties available and can be installed and maintained by All Weather Roofing, Inc., in Tampa. IB membranes are designed to stand up to chemicals, UV rays, and the elements of nature while providing a watertight and virtually maintenance-free roof. All Weather Roofing Inc., has been a well-known roofing contractor in Tampa since 1984.

Quality Of IB Roofing Products & Materials

One of the reasons we have partnered up with IB Roofing is due to the high standard of quality and attention to detail they put into making their products safe, affordable and reliable. Some of the key benefits of their products are: Maintain a very flexible and stable product for years after installation Has outlasted many of it’s competitors in rough weather It resists and reflects UV rays, which saves money on energy Provide stronger, easier, and faster seam welds because of the 50/50 split of high-quality surfacing on the top and bottom of the scrim, resulting in time saved for the contractor and a leak-free roof Resists the formation of ponding water

Flame Resistant IB Membrane

The IB Roof Systems membrane has a Class “A” rating for flame resistance. Unlike traditional roofing materials, the IB membrane will resist flames rather than fuel them.

Free Video Inspection Before You Buy

Contact us today and we will arrange a time that works best for you and get a representative out to perform a detailed video of your roof so you can easily see where the problem areas might exist.

How To Put A Shingle Roof On A Mobile Home...

Note that if you are not a professional roofing contractor or possess at least some skill in handywork, you might find it difficult or time consuming to put a shingle roof on your mobile home. You’re probably thinking shingles because you might think they are light, easy to install, look good and might cost less than a new metal roof installation, right?

It’s true, asphalt shingles are a popular choice for mobile home roofs but the problem with shingles is extreme heat can cause them to come loose or crack and lose their color over time. Shingle mobile home roofs look nice, but if you want to look at other options, consider getting a TPO Membrane roof. Find out what TPO roofing is and how TPO roofing is installed.

Differences Between Shingles & Other Roofing Options

We have two types of shingles from IB Roofing Systems we general install, they can be found here: Mobile Home Roof Over Systems. Our most energy efficient roof-over system is the TPO Roofing System. By choosing a white single-ply TPO Membrane roof-over you’ll be saving yourself up to 30% or more on your energy bills every month. TPO is energy efficient, durable and it comes in various styles to suit the needs of the home and the homeowner. Find out why TPO is the number one commercial roofing material today and how it saves money on energy costs.

How Long Does An Asphalt Shingle Roof Last?

The average shingle roof last about 13 years or so, depending on the environment. The benefit is it costs less to install, and may look prettier, than say, a steel roof which may last 40+ years, but has a higher upfront cost of installation.

How Much Does A Shingle Roof Cost?

Depending on the type of shingles you want, which come in all different colors and shapes, and slightly different material, shingles can range from about $4-$8 per square foot. So if you have a 700 square foot mobile home, you’d be looking at about $3,500.

Have Questions? Want Help? Call 1-800-297-3758

Installing a shingle roof is usually not recommended as a one man job and usually takes a few days for 2-3 men on a 700 square foot roof for a mobile home. Our top recommendations for most mobile home roofs are TPO membrane roofs. Call All Weather Roofing at 1-800-297-3758 today and get a free video roof inspection and estimate.

Mobile Home Roofing Frequently Asked Questions | FAQ...

Have questions about mobile home roofing? You’ve come to the right place! Check out our list of the top questions and answers we often find ourselves answering for customers. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at 800.297.3758. If you need mobile home roofing service, someone is available 24 hours a day to take your call.

FAQ

Q. What kind of warranty do your mobile home roofs come with?
A. Our most widely used product of 45 mil comes with a lifetime warranty from our company. While an upgrade to 60 mil TPO one would get a warranty from the manufacture of the TPO as well as a life time warranty from All Weather Roofing, Inc.

Q. What is the average cost of a mobile home roofover provided by your company?

A. It depends on the size of the roof we are looking at to be covered. Our mobile home roof over pricing is based on square feet of the project and what type of membrane you would like to be installed on your home. With the 45 mil being the lower priced per square foot, and then 60 mil and the shingle pattern come with a price upgrade per square foot.

Q. How long does it take to install All Weather Roofing to install a roof?

A. Most of our installations take one day to be installed. As for our commercial jobs that may take up to 2 to 3 days to install.

Q. Where are you located? And what areas do you cover?
A. Our main headquarters is located just south of Tampa in Bradenton, Florida. We cover all counties on the west coast of Florida from Hernando County all the way down to Collier County. We go out to Polk, Highland, and Desoto Counties in the east.

Q. Does All Weather Roofing use subcontractors?
A. We never use subcontractors. All of the employees for All Weather Roofing work for us and answer to the owners of the company.

Q. Are you licensed and insured?
A. We are Florida state certified contractor and carry all insurance necessary to work in the state of Florida.

Q. Does All Weather Roofing install fascia and gutters?
A. Yes we install both of these and your sales rep will go over the options that may apply to your installation. The sales rep will also determine what needs to be replaced and most affordable for your roofing needs.

Q. What sets you apart from your competition?
A. We are family owned and operated for over 30 years and just recently the owners son passed his roofing license test in the state of Florida, so you can count on us to be around for a long time to come. As any family runned business we are focused on making your transactions with All Weather Roofing as smooth as possible. Each customer is treated as family. We are creating customers for life. All Weather Roofing goes above and beyond your expectations. We would not be the most recommended roofing company for mobile homes if we provided subpar results.

Q. Is there any maintenance that needs to be done on the roofs that All Weather Roofing install?
A. No, unlike metal roofs, our single ply membrane roofs do not rely on caulking, coatings and tacky tapes or adhesives to keep your home water tight. 

Q. How much can I expect to save in A/C bills from an All Weather Roofing roof?
A. The usual savings can be anywhere from 20 to 30% and maybe more. It all depends on what type of roof you have now, and if you have any insulation currently in your home.

Q. What is the roof rated for wind uplift?
A. All of the roofs that All Weather Roofing install are Miami-Dade county approved with a minimum wind uplift rating of 145mph.

Q. Are you rated on with the Better Business Bureau?
A. Yes and we carry an A+ rating with the BBB.

Q. Does All Weather Roofing do financing?
A. Yes, we work with Wells Fargo to provide financing options with approved credit. There are many payment options to choose from for your budget. 

Need a mobile home roofing estimate?

If you would like to find out more about your roofing options be sure to contact us. You can fill out our free online form or give us a call at 800-297-3758. We are available 24-hours a day so that we can answer your questions and help you make the right decision for your roofing project.

TPO vs PVC Membranes...

The joys of having a roof over your head are nearly endless. When it rains, you stay dry.  When it’s hot, you have shade. When there’s a plane soaring loudly in the sky, you have a barrier giving you peace and quiet.  However, there comes a time when your roof has had enough. Nothing lasts forever and mobile home roofing is no exception.

What’s Over Your Head?

The joys of having a roof over your head are nearly endless. When it rains, you stay dry.  When it’s hot, you have shade. When there’s a plane soaring loudly in the sky, you have a barrier giving you peace and quiet.  However, there comes a time when your roof has had enough. Nothing lasts forever and mobile home roofing is no exception. The sun, wind, and rain and a concoction of nature’s other surprises will eventually huff and puff just enough to cause damage to your roof.

When the time comes to replace your mobile home roof/ TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin), is the way to go. TPO is a roofing material that has had repeated success withstanding the elements.  Not only is it cost-efficient compared to other roofing options, it is UV and heat resistant, energy efficient, durable, and it comes in various styles to suit the needs of the home and the homeowner. Find out why TPO is the number one commercial roofing material today and how is saves money on energy costs.

What is TPO, Exactly?

TPO, the acronym for the full-length tongue twister is Thermoplastic Polyolefin, is a heat resistant blend of plastic, rubber, and filler material (usually composed of fiberglass, talc, etc.). This single-ply roofing material grew in popularity because it is reliable and long-lasting.  Let’s glance over TPO’s history to see why it is one of the most sought-after roofing material to date and extremely popular for mobile home roofing.

The History of TPO

TPO started years after its predecessor PVC (polyvinyl chloride) in Europe during the 1970’s.  PVC, best known for its versatility, is the third-most widely used plastic polymer blend in current times.  Both TPO and PVC are thermoplastics, meaning they can transform and mold at a certain temperature but solidify once cooled off.  PVC became the industry standard for contractors and commercial architects everywhere in the 1960’s when it was realized that the material could withstand chemical, light, and temperature corrosion.

As science and technology advanced, so did the understanding of environmental hazards and the effects PVC has on the global effort to “Go Green”. PVC roofing membranes are made up of plasticizers which are substances used to improve the plasticity and strength of whichever material it is added to.

At first, plasticizers were a positive thing. They gave PVC flexibility, but the long-term effects soon outweighed the short-term benefits. After many years, the plasticizers would break down and wash away.  Not only does this process add hazardous chemicals to the soil, it weakens your roof and increases the risk of leakage ad cracking.

TPO formulas over the years have corrected the problems PVC membranes have, and now the TPO material is near perfect with its plasticizer-free chemical structure.  TPO doesn’t break down as easily as PVC and it is safer for the environment. Although TPO has a shorter history, the roofing material has gained popularity because it is just as moldable and durable as any unnecessary additives and the risks and problems PVC carries.

Out with PVC; in with TPO!

PVC is slowly becoming a roofing material of the past because it is an older and more expensive way to protect your home than TPO. TPO is now widely-used material for good reason; it’s a reasonably priced and dependable. TPO is also known for its environmental benefits.  TPO is a light-colored, reflective material that bounces UV rays away from the home and leaves the inside of the house feeling cool and comfortable.  Plasticizers in PVC attract mold and cause the once-lightly colored material to darken, reducing energy efficiency and absorption.  You can worry less about your AC bill when a TPO roof is installed.

TPO Your Roof in Style

Yes, exterior decoration is just as important interior decoration.  Your roof should “fit in” with the rest of your home and still be an affordable, environmentally friendly, and energy efficient roofing option.

White roofs are a sure sign of an energy-efficient home.  Now, it doesn’t have to be that way. TPO roofs come in more than just one color to suit your preference.  White, Light gray, tan and even reflective black are colors that can be used in TPO installation. With more color options available, you can make sure mobile home stays cool inside and out.

Durability

Compared to the rest, TPO is the closest thing to a reliable roofing superhero. Not only does TPO fight mold growth, it deters tears, cracks, dirt, and punctures. It’s resilience to weather comes from its chemical structure.  Plasticizers found in PVC roofs wither away with change in weather, causing the roof to shrink and crack. Depending on how serious the situation is, what could have been a patch job has now turned into a whole new roof installation.

When it comes to deciding what material you can trust to put above your head, make TPO your top choice. It’s new and improved, tried and true and will save you money from the get-go.  Now that you know a little more about the history of TP0, its energy efficiency, environmental effects, cost-efficiency, and overall durability, maybe you will accompany the many who are now enjoying the benefits of TPO roofing.

Contact TPO Membrane Roof Experts!

Do you need a mobile home roof over? Does TPO sound like it might fit the bill? To learn more about TPO membrane roofing, and to see firsthand all the benefits it will provide your home, contact us online or at 1-800-297-3758. Our trusted customer service team is available 24 hours a day and will be happy to answer your questions and set an appointment for a free video roof inspection.

TPO Membrane Roofing...

TPO Membrane roofing is one of the best choices for mobile home roofs and All Weather Roofing has been installing TPO membrane roofs since 1984.

TPO membrane roofing has quickly become one of the most popular options in roofing materials.

TPO stands for thermoplastic polyofin and it actually is a name that covers a variety of different materials that feature polypropylene and propylene diene monomer. As you will see, there are many advantages to TPO, which make it an ideal option for many different roofing situations.

Why Is TPO Used in Mobile Home Roof Overs?

TPO is especially useful for roof overs because it does have such an energy-efficient quality. Mobile homes often have a very low level of energy efficiency, and making this one roofing change can be enough to enjoy large savings on energy bills. Additionally, due to the different widths in the material, TPO is also very easy to install on mobile homes of any size. Since the material is so dependable against a variety of different types of environmental damage, it will likely last the whole life of the mobile home.

Why Should You Consider a TPO Membrane Roof?

TPO offers a low-cost installation and easy repair, which means not spending as much money for the whole life of the roof. Additionally, since this is an energy-efficient option, it will provide even more savings when it doesn’t take as much to cool the property.

What Are the Properties of TPO?

To begin with, you need to consider the properties of TPO, as in what it has to offer when it is used for a roofing material. So, let’s look at what you would be getting if you chose this for your roofing option.

  • It is a white material, which means it will work to reflect sunlight away from the building. In fact, TPO will reflect about 78% of the energy from the sun’s rays.
  • TPO is extremely durable and is resistant to fire, V rays, pollutants, and bacteria.
  • The material does not contain chlorine, which means it will not harm the environment.
  • It is a fairly low-cost option, which is ideal in many roofing situations.
  • TPO comes in different widths, including eight, ten, and twelve foot. This way, with fewer seams, the labor cost of installing it will be much lower than other materials.
  • This material offers a thicker top ply, which is ideal in a roofing material.
  • This lightweight material works to keep moisture out and can work in almost any environment, which means it can be used in retrofitting projects as well as new builds.
  • TPO remains flexible whether it is hot or cold outside, and that means there will not be a risk of cracking.
  • Finally, the membrane is easy to repair, meaning it can last for a long time while remaining new in appearance.

For most people, the advantage of TPO would be the lower cost, but as you can see, this is only one of the properties to consider.

Get a Free TPO Membrane Roof Estimate

If you would like to find out more about your roofing options with TPO, whether you are working on a new build or you wish to consider a roof over, then be sure to contact us.

We are available 24-hours a day so that we can answer your questions and help you make the right decision for your roofing project.

Fill out our online inquiry form or give us a call at 800-297-3758.

TPO Commercial Roofing Systems...

Businesses rarely have room in their budgets to afford expenses connected to damaged roofs. Leaks can cause numerous problems, from putting customers and employees in danger and even damaging merchandise. When you have problems with the roof on your commercial building, there are different materials you could choose. However, there are definite benefits to opting for TPO.

TPO Roofing Systems

TPO, or thermoplastic polyofin is a type of roofing that is quickly becoming more popular in the commercial sector. Over the years, this has become one of the best roofing products because it offers so many different advantages, and it certainly can be used on almost any property, from houses to commercial buildings, and it is the ideal option for flat roofs in particular.

TPO doesn’t just save you money by being one of the lowest priced roofing options; it also offers a variety of different advantages such as environmental friendliness and energy efficiency.

Commercial Applications of TPO

TPO can be used in a number of commercial applications. This heat sealed roofing membrane will not have seams and this is a real advantage in flat roof applications. The completed look is very professional and aesthetically pleasing, which is yet another advantage for this roofing membrane material.

Features and Benefits of a TPO Roof

  • This white material will reflect the vast majority of sunlight away from your business building, and that means a guaranteed drop in energy costs.
  • The membrane doesn’t contain chlorine, which means it will not emit anything bad for the environment.
  • The material is very good at withstanding many different things including chemicals, UV rays, and ozone. That means it will hold up better for a longer period of time.
  • TPO can be used in any temperature environment, and will stay pliable in heat or cold so that it will not crack.
  • The installation process creates a seamless roof that will help you avoid leaks in the future.
  • This membrane will be easy to repair if anything should ever damage it.

Why Your Next Roof Should Be TPO

In addition to the benefits we have mentioned, it is relatively affordable, especially when compared to the price of other roofing materials. Since it holds up well under harsh circumstances, it is the ideal option when you wish to avoid trouble in the future.

If you are interested in a roof replacement with TPO, then contact us today. You can get in touch with us by filling out our online inquiry form, or you can call us at 800-297-3758. We are available 24 hours a day and will be happy to discuss your commercial roofing options with you.

Replacing a Mobile Home Roof...

If you have a mobile home, then there may come a time when you have to decide whether you should fix or replace your roof when leaks start developing. Over time, the material used will wear out, or it can become damaged due to weather conditions such as high winds, hail, snow, rain, etc. Even an errant tree limb could cause serious damage to your roof.

Fixing or Replacing Your Mobile Home Roof

Some people assume that fixing their mobile home’s roof will be the cheapest option, but that isn’t necessarily the case. Mobile homes are made from one of three materials:

Aluminum Roofing

Aluminum is one of the most popular roofing materials on mobile homes, but it is very inefficient with keeping a home cool or warm. Aluminum damage will mean replacement of whole sheets as well as any insulation underneath. Other common considerations for mobile home owners are the noise factor of an aluminum roof and because aluminum is attached with many screws, each screw hole is a potential area of failure and leaks. Lastly, aluminum roofs do not give you as effective reflectivity of the sun’s rays as a white TPO membrane roof

Rubber Roofing

Rubber, which is a pliant and affordable material. This option is easiest to replace and repair so that it can be used for many years without fear of expensive damage. TPO is in the family of rubber roofing materials but is actually a synthetic rubber. TPO has the ability to be fused together, to create virtually seamless installations. Hot air fused seams have proven to be an extremely reliable system. These seams are up to 6x stronger than glued seams and 3x stronger than taped seams. Seams are the most vulnerable parts of a roof and with a TPO membrane roof, these vulnerable areas are virtually eliminated. Another advantage to TPO membrane roofs are that they are commonly applied as white roofs, offering a reflective property rarely found in any roof system, allowing the roof to reflect as much as 87% of the sun’s damaging UV rays away from the roof. This reflectivity offers substantial cooling advantages, especially in warm weather climates such as Florida.

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt, in the form of shingles, is expensive and heavy. These are not ideal for low sloped roofs. Also, because there are weight restrictions for roofing on a mobile home, only one layer of asphalt shingles can be applied and that means more roofing problems in the future when your shingle roof needs to be replaced.

Benefits of Replacing a Mobile Home Roof

When you choose to just fix a leaking roof, you have to worry about further leaks and more damage plus the inefficiency of the roof.

Choosing to repair a roof will save money right now, but keep in mind that it could be costly later if the repairs do not hold up well. Essentially, if you need something quick and low in cost, then a mobile home roof repair could be an option to consider, but understand that repairs are usually temporary, and roofs that have been patched often develop leaks around the repair itself.

The benefit to choosing a full replacement is that you have the ability to select a modern & superior technology, such as TPO which will be durable, relatively affordable, and simple to maintain.

Advantages of TPO Membrane Roof Over

This pliable material is heat sealed so that it has no seams, and that means a leak proof option. Additionally, it will not crack under extreme heat or cold, making it an ideal roof for a home anywhere. It reflects the light, meaning it will keep your home more comfortable no matter the weather, and will help you save money on your energy bill. When you have your roof replaced, choosing TPO membrane is certainly the best option.

Get a Quote for Replacing Your Mobile Home Roof

If you feel you might need a mobile home roof over or even a mobile home roof repair, then contact us to find out more about the costs and the process. You can fill out our online inquiry form and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Additionally, you could call us at 800-297-3758, and we are available 24 hours a day.

Mobile Home Rubber Roofing...

It’s no secret that a bad roof can be one of the most dreaded home repair problems that anyone faces. After all, it can be very expensive, a massive endeavor, and extremely frustrating. Additionally, if the roof leaks, then it could cause more expensive damage throughout the home. Traditionally, aluminum roofing is used on a mobile home, and occasionally, asphalt shingle have been chosen, but neither of these offers the ideal option for a variety of reasons, including lack of energy efficiency, weight concerns on mobile homes, and easily damaged surfaces. This is why mobile home rubber roofing is becoming very popular.

What Is a Mobile Home Rubber Roof?

Rubber roofing comes in many different varieties. Traditional rubber roofs are made out of a material called EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer), a type of synthetic rubber. EPDM is very soft black or white rubber with almost no tensile strength, mostly used in northern climates because of its cost effectiveness. This product is not a good fit in Florida and more importantly not a good fit for use in mobile home roofing applications or high traffic areas, because of its color and lack of tensile strength.

PVC membranes are another type of roofing material which have more plasticizers in them, these plasticizers migrate to the top causing air-Bourne contaminates to stick to the surface, causing it to attract mold and mildew. This gives the roof a poor appearance and shortens the life expectancy.

Although we offer both PVC and TPO, we have had greater success and longevity from TPO. Since PVC can be less expensive, this is why some people choose to go with it.

TPO, is made from a pliable material called thermoplastic polyferin. It is made in rolls that can range from six to 12 feet in width. This way, there will be fewer seams to seal, so the roofing will be even more leak-proof. This type of roofing can be used as a roof over, meaning it goes over the existing roof and is the perfect option when replacing an existing roof on a mobile home. It can be installed professionally and is very easy to repair.

AllWeather Roofing, Inc. has applied all types of rubber roofing systems but our preferred membrane is TPO, because of the high quality.  One of the biggest advantages to the white roofing, especially in Florida is the energy cost savings.  For this reason, we prefer to install TPO; we feel it’s the highest quality membrane. Our roofs not only come in white, but we also have a shingle pattern that comes in grey and tan colors.

Features and Benefits of a Rubber Roof

There are plenty of reasons why you should consider a rubber roof, particularly a TPO membrane roof, when your mobile home needs a roof replacement.

  • It is inexpensive compared to other roofing options.
  • It is incredibly energy efficient. The white material combined with the proper thickness ensures that as much as 78% of the sunlight will be reflected back.
  • It is easy to install and repair. That means you will spend even less money on the roofing altogether.
  • It is designed to be leak proof. Since there are very few seams and they are heat sealed, you don’t have to worry about pesky leak problems in the future.
  • It is durable and will not be affected by heat, cold, rain, wind, and other weather problems.
  • It stays pliable in heat or cold so that you don’t have to worry about cracking.

There are definitely advantages to mobile home rubber roofing, and it certainly can be a good option for a mobile home as well as other properties.

How Is a Rubber Roof Installed?

Professional installers will:

  • Remove the old roof and shore up any weak areas.
  • Frame out the top of the house.
  • Lay down reflective insulation.
  • Place the rubber roofing and heat seal it.
  • Finish off the edges and vents.

It’s a simple process that a professional installer would be able to manage.

What Are the Costs of a Rubber Roof?

A rubber roof will be much less expensive than other roofing options. However, the exact price will depend on a number of factors, including the size of your home and any unique features of your roof that need to be managed.

Get a Rubber Roof Quote

Looking for more answers about rubber roofing? Contact us by filling out our online inquiry form so that we can start discussing your rubber roofing options. If you would prefer to call, then we can be reached at 800-297-3758, and we are available 24 hours a day to help you make the right choices.