Built-Up Roofing (BUR)

Built-Up Roofing (BUR) is an excellent option for flat or low slope roofs and is particularly effective for large commercial properties. One of the most common commercial roofing materials in use today, it is also one of the oldest of the “modern” roofing options, dating back to the early 1800. It is a time-tested and true roofing method, especially now with all the advances in technology that make it an even more effective and efficient solution for large building structures.



Built-Up roofing consists of multiple layers of material that are laminated together. BURs are generally created with four basic components in many layers and combinations:

Advantages of Built-Up Roofing

Repair and maintenance of built-up roofing:
While generally requiring little maintenance, built-up roofs are easily repaired with conventional, time-proven materials, resulting in extended service life.