Fidler on the Roof KC mission statement:
We strive to give the customer what they want, when they want it. We’re here to solve our customer’s roofing problems as well as help to guard against the future.
Fidler on the Roof KC specializes in all phases of the roofing process; from roof repairs to reroofing, from maintenance programs to complete roof overhauls.
Our team here at Fidler on the Roof KC is dedicated to serving your needs in a timely manner with an emphasis on quality craftsmanship as well as a commitment to customer service excellence. We pride ourselves in being a “one-stop contractor” in the roofing industry. We are proud to offer the following contractor services and systems.
Commercial Roofing Systems
EPDM - Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer)
TPO - Thermoplastic Olefin
PVC - Polyvinyl Chloride
BUR - Build-Up Roof
SBS - Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene
APP - Atactic Polypropylene
Commercial Roofing Services
Roof maintenance programs
Roof inspections & roof cleaning
SMUD cool roof
24-hour emergency roof repair service
Roof escrow work
Title 24 compliant
TPO membranes are single-ply roof membranes constructed from ethylene propylene rubber. They are designed to combine the durability of EPDM rubber with the proven performance of hot-air weldable seams. They have been tested as having excellent resistance to ozone, are algae-resistant, environmentally friendly and safe to install.
TPO is highly resistant to tears, impacts, and punctures with good flexibility to allow for building movement.
PVC is a roof membrane composed of only one layer of material, polyvinyl chloride. PVC roofs are specially designed to withstand ponding water- PVC membrane is welded together with hot air (no open flame) to eliminate all seams so moisture cannot pass through. PVC roofing systems also reflect nearly 80% of the heat of the sun, thus lowering energy costs substantially, especially in high-heat areas such as the southwestern United States. The system can be installed 3 typical ways, it can be fully adhered to the insulation or substrate mechanically attached to the deck and ballasted (not allowed in high wind areas such as Florida).