Reliant is a commercial and multifamily roofing specialist that is committed to providing multifamily flat and low slope and single ply roofing. Behind every quality roofing service, whether it is re-roofing, steel roof restoration, new construction, roof coating systems, or maintenance programs, Reliant Roofing strives to provide excellence in commercial roofing solutions. Reliant’s pledge is to offer the highest quality in commercial roofing production standards, timely performance, along with providing the knowledge and resources necessary to achieve the appropriate and most cost-effective roofing solutions possible. Whether your project is for new construction or a total re-roofing of an existing multifamily building, Reliant Roofing is the company of choice for Flat & Low-slope roofing.

aerial photo of TPO roof
photo of TPO roof
aerial photo of TPO roof


TPO membranes are single-ply roof membranes constructed form ethylene propylene rubber. They are designed to combine the durability of rubber with the proven performance of hot-air wieldable seams. They have been tested as having excellent resistance to ozone, are algae-resistant, environmentally friendly and safe to install. Seam strengths are reportedly 3 to 4 times those of EPDM’s adhesive and tape seams. TPO is highly resistant to tears, impacts, and punctures with good flexibility to allow for building movement. TPO’s are most common in white; however, many more colors are available, with thicknesses of 45 mils (.045”), 60 mils (.060”), or 80 mils (.080”). TPO is the most common single-ply system used here in Florida.


PVC membrane is a roof membrane composed on only one layer of material, polyvinyl chloride. PVC roof systems 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, just like TPO systems. PVC roofing systems also reflect nearly 90% of the heat of the sun, thus lowering energy costs substantially, especially in high-heat areas such as the southwestern United States. PVC’s are available in 50 mils, 60 mils, and 80 mils, and in sheet width up to 78”.


EPDM has been in use on roofs in the US since the 1960’s and is one of the most common types of flat/low-slope roofing materials. This is because it is relatively inexpensive, simple to install, and fairly clean to work with when compared to conventional Built-up roof systems. The odors and fumes that accompany built-up roofs are not present with single ply systems; this is very appealing to many owners of buildings.


  • Code approved
  • Lifetime Workmanship Warranty
  • Meets Class A insurance requirements for lowered premiums
  • Can be used as security shutters or for blackout shading
  • Additional privacy control
  • Improved insulation from heat and cold
  • Top-grade aluminum construction highly resistant to wind, water, shock, impact, and abrasion
  • Great for doors, windows, porches, patios, sliding glass doors, balconies, lanais, and more
  • Perfect for second story or higher openings
  • Electric or manual operation

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