Spray Foam Roofing

Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing, or spray foam roofing, is a material that’s sprayed as a liquid so it can expand into a foam, creating a solid layer across an existing roof. … An SPF roofing system can be used in any climate, and when correctly installed and maintained, can last over 50 years.

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Modified Bitumin Roofing

Modified Bitumen (MB) roofing is an asphalt-based, close cousin of the Built-up-Roof (BUR) designed for buildings with low-slope or “flat” roof structures. … Modified Bitumen Roofing Systems are designed to withstand harsh exposure to extreme environmental elements. It is important to note that modified bitumen roofs have a solid roof lifetime of approximately twenty years. This is an estimate that does not include good roofing maintenance.

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TPO Roofing

Thermoplastic Polyolefin is a single-ply roofing membrane that is one of the fastest-growing commercial roofing systems on the market. TPO roofing systems are made up of a single layer of synthetics and reinforcing scrim that can be used to cover flat roofs. TPO membranes are manufactured in sheets that are 10, 12, or 20 feet wide. These sheets are then rolled up and taken to the commercial facility. TPO has gained industry acceptance with the natural reflective surface to reflect UV rays. As reported by the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) TPO takes up about 40% of the commercial roofing market share.

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EPMD Roofing

EPDM is an extremely durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane that is used worldwide. Its superior durability and cost-effectiveness are part of what makes EPDM one of the most popular flat roof systems installed in the U.S. today. EPDM rubber roofing has more benefits than most other roofing methods. It is a strong, durable and resistant material which is easy to repair should damage happen. It is no wonder that this product is getting more and more popular with our clients.

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Metal Roofing

Metal is often what people think of when they imagine an industrial building’s roof. Its high level of durability makes it an obvious choice for buildings that need to be protected against damage. People often worry about rust and dents when it comes to metal roofs, but metal roofing is not really susceptible to denting, and many are built to resist rust for 40 years.

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Built-Up (BUR) Roofing

Built-up roofs (BUR) are named after their application method rather than the materials used to make them. These kinds of roofs have been used for decades, and will likely be found on any old building that you purchase. If you’ve ever stood upon a roof with a gravelly appearance, it’s a BUR. The materials in a BUR are applied in multiple layers, hence the name. The base layers will generally be tar or asphalt, and the top layer is usually gravel. Built-up roofs can only be applied to a roof with little-to-no slope. While a BUR doesn’t have as many benefits as a lot of the other roofing types, it’s a dependable roof that will often cost the least amount of money.

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Bruce Pagano
Bruce Pagano
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another roof , another great job. weathertight knows their craft. best roofer i have ever used on commerical buildings . i even have a 10 year old roof that weathertight surfaced and it looks brand new 10 years later!!!
Janet Depalma
Janet Depalma
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Weathertight employees showed up on time, worked very hard, and were very professional. I would definitely recommend this company again. Thank you Steve great job!
Daniel B
Daniel B
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Quality work
Jay Kennedy
Jay Kennedy
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We had 4 roofs in our association redone Atlantic Cloisters in Boca Raton the work was completed in a professional timely manor and there was never a mess . And we saved a lot of money over competitive bids Thank you Steve
Gino F Angella
Gino F Angella
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We have a Commercial Condo Office Building in Davie Florida and required a completely new roof. We contacted numerous roofing companies and settled on Steve Barbuto at WeatherTight Systems, 180 NE 32 Court, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The reason I mention the address is that because there are several companies with similar names. We were giving a simple neat contract, negotiations were professional, and when the time came for the roof installation the work was completed timely and with good results. We did have a minor conversation about some field changes to the work and the contract but Mr. Barbuto again was professional and accommodating and the matters were resolved amicably. I personally own one Condo Office in the Building but have had years of experience with roofing contractors as we are Professional Property Managers. I highly recommend Mr. Barbuto and WeatherTight Systems and suggest you call them for your roofing needs.
Natalie Oliveros
Natalie Oliveros
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I highly recommend WeatherTight roofing, I have contracted them for multiple roof projects over the years, and the quality of work and product is unmatched. Not only are they very detailed throughout the process, the final product is a roof that will last much longer than your standard roofs.
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LAYER 1 - A layer of closed cell
seamless monolithic blanket of
polyurethane foam insulation.
(Same type of material used in
marine flotation). Due to its
closed cell nature, water will not
travel laterally or migrate
through it.


LAYER 2 - A layer that consists of
a durable, yet flexible base coat
of original GE Silicone roof
coating which protects water
from ever reaching the
polyurethane foam.


LAYER 3 - A top coat consistent
of another layer of GE Silicone to
guarantee water resistance.


LAYER 4 - Final layer consists of
embedded granules in the top
coat for UV protection, and to
create a durable walking surface.
Furthermore, we can eliminate
ponding water by using a 3-2-1

Modified Bitumin Roofing

A popular membrane system used in the USA since the 70’s

With clouds looming overhead, do you know if your commercial roof can endure the next hurricane? Don’t let Mother Nature have a direct say in your property’s future. Switch to a roofing system capable of withstanding nature’s worst seasonal elements.

Modified Bitumen Roofing System

A great choice for many commercial roofing customers is an MB Roofing system. A Modified Bitumen roof is often chosen as the solution for flat or low sloped roofs. This is a membrane system that has been used in North America since the mid-1970s and known for exceptional durability and ability to withstand extreme elements. The modified bitumen roofing system leverages five layers of protection, including:

  • Insulation, enhancing thermal resistance, providing excellent R-value.
  • MB Membranes, made with reinforced co-polymer.
  • The Waterproof adhesive that can be applied, regardless of temperature.
  • Plies / Modified Base Sheets
  • Weather resistant and UV-protecting surfacing material.

MB Roofing Benefits
A Modified Bitumen roof is often chosen for commercial roofing because it offers easy application, an excellent reputation for endurance, and above average waterproofing levels. Additionally, there are top-surfacing options such as cool roofing plus insulation additions that give it an exceptional value and return on investment. This roofing can be an element of a high-end anti-hail, fire, and wind system. Options include VOC-free and flame-free installation. Depending on the option you select, this flat roofing choice can also provide an excellent warranty.We have Over 50 Years experience in the Roofing Industry!

Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) Roofing Systems

The reflecting power works exceptionally well in Florida’s climate.

About TPO Roofing

A great choice for residential and commercial flat roofs. Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) Roofing Systems is a great for Florida’s climate with it’s white color.

This roofing system has advantages including being durable, energy cost reductions, and excellent waterproofing attributes. A Thermoplastic Polyolefin roof is also eco-friendly and can last a lot longer than many other alternatives, particularly in Florida’s warm climate.TPO Roofing Benefits

Should you consider TPO roofing when exploring membrane roofing options? TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) roofing has more than fifteen years of availability and is a common flat roofing option used by commercial roofing contractors. Customers of WeatherTight Systems Inc., have high praise for the energy consumption cost savings as well as the fact that this is suited to companies looking to save on maintenance expenses.

We have Over 50 Years experience in the Roofing Industry!

Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer (EPDM)

In use since the 60’s, EPDM roofing is popular throughout NY, NJ, and FL

With clouds looming overhead, do you know if your commercial roof can endure the next hurricane? Don’t let Mother Nature have a direct say in your property’s future. Switch to a roofing system capable of withstanding nature’s worst seasonal elements.

About EPDM Roofing

A great choice for residential and commercial flat roofs. Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer is classified as a rubber roof.

Made with propylene and ethylene, products of oil and natural gas, this type of roofing material is available in many configurations. Options include both sheets that are or that are not reinforced as well as vulcanized and membranes that are non-vulcanized.

EPDM membranes are custom-installed based on specific environments and are in place as one of the most popular and widely leveraged materials for commercial roofs with more than of a billion square feet installed globally.
We have Over 50 Years experience in the Roofing Industry!

The Reasons Solar Panels for your Building are SMART!

Solar panels are nothing new for residential homes.

So, why are we seeing this green trend in the roofing industry? Solar Panels are just starting to become more and more frequent for commercial buildingsWhy adding Solar to your Commercial Roof makes Sense

By installing solar panels, facilities can greatly increase their energy efficiency and have more environmentally friendly operations.

undefinedHere are just some of the benefits of solar panels for commercial buildings:

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  • ‘Free solar panels’ aren’t really free: typically this refers to solar leases or PPAs.
  • You’ll save more money overall by choosing a $0-down solar loan over a solar lease or PPA because you’ll be the one to receive any federal, state, or local incentives.
  • If you’re able to purchase your system outright, you’ll see highest return on investment overall.
  • While you can’t get free solar panels, you can get free solar quotes – visit the EnergySage Marketplace to compare custom quotes from local installers.

Improve your company’s brand and image:

As mentioned above, green trends have been taking over, well, every industry. Besides the excellent business benefits solar panels can bring, they will also help create a positive brand image for your company. Whether you are B2B or B2C, having solar panels are an excellent talking point and offer a competitive advantage.

Save Money:

For a long time, solar panels have been considered an expensive upgrade. This is because of a typically high upfront cost. However, between low electricity costs, tax credits, low maintenance, and less repairs, solar panels are an excellent investment. With solar panels, building owners must think of the long-term value.

Tax Credits:

Commercial buildings with solar panels are eligible for the Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC). The ITC can be claimed on federal corporate income taxes for 30% of the cost of a solar photovoltaic (PV) system that is placed in service during the tax year.

In December of 2020, Congress passed an extension of the ITC. This extension provides a 26% for systems commencing construction in 2020-2022.

Low Maintenance:

While you’ll have to worry about the upfront cost of solar panels, leave the thought of them behind after installation. Unless significant damage occurs, such as from a severe weather event, there won’t be any maintenance or repairs involved. Solar panels are also noiseless, meaning they won’t disrupt your customers or employees.

High Longevity:

Due to the design of solar panels, they have a high level of longevity. The solar cells within the panels are closed in protective glass and framed by non-corrosive material that can withstand mild rain, hail, wind, and snow.

Fit Your Building:

Solar panels are available for all building and company sizes. By partnering with a professional roofing company, you’ll be able to review your budget and goals, and create a comprehensive solar panel installation plan.

At WeatherTight Roof, we’ve just started with in installing solar panels for commercial buildings in Florida and New Jersey. We’ll send out our team to evaluate your building and provide an estimated quote.

After installation, we can also provide guidance on Solar Investment Tax Credit. To get started, contact us online or call 1-(877) 893-9200.

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