Our Project Portfolio
We take great pride in our high level of quality, knowledge, and craft.
Why choose slate roofing?
Why choose tile roofing?
Why choose cedar roofing or siding?
Why choose copper roofing?
Why choose asphalt roofing?
Why choose low slope roofing?
EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) is one of the best and most common rubber single ply membranes for low slope roofs. EPDM comes in two colors black or white. It has a very high resistance against wind damage and is also hail resistant. Being a such durable rubber membrane, EPDM is quite flexible in low temperatures, while also having superior resistance to heat. A properly installed and maintained EPDM roof from a certified installer can last 30-50 years. At Classic we make sure to pair with the best manufactures to deliver the highest performing EPDM roof. Classic is trained and certified by Johns Manville, a leader in EPDM manufacturing.
Kemper membrane is the best and most sophisticated waterproofing membrane available on the market.You can use Kemper for anything from waterproofing your low slope roof or deck to using it under your floors in your home like your bathroom. A Kemper membrane may be installed to fit anyones need for a low slope roof. Once it has been installed, one can use it as a foundation for a roof top garden, or a roof top patio. It is such a durable material it is impervious to bio-deterioration, as well as being root and rot resistance. Kemper is one of the best waterproofing system on the market because it is a unique monolithic, seamless waterproofing membrane. Kemper’s unique membrane is based primarily upon advanced polyurethane, epoxy, and acrylic technology. The first Kemper membrane was installed in 1950, and 65 years later it has not had one single problem. So if you have a Kemper membrane installed by a trained and certified contractor you can expect the same results. At Classic we work very closely with Kemper Systems to remain up to date on their contemporary technology, and we are one of the very few certified installers in the tristate area.