We offer a wide variety of roof systems to fit your needs, and we are certified by every major material manufacturer to install the highest quality roofing systems with the best warranties. Our goal is to make the re-roofing process easy and hassle free for you, the customer.

Re-roofing commercial buildings is a highly technical process. MSI customers trust our long tradition of providing the finest quality services, extensive resources, trained personnel and technology needed to solve virtually any roofing challenge.

Backed by state-of-the-art roofing equipment and the latest materials, our highly-skilled roofing professionals are capable of handling any type of project, regardless of size or complexity.

Green Roofs

Given the nature of today’s environmental considerations to build environmentally friendly buildings and to provide a sustainable long term design, owners, architects, governments and the general public are keenly interested in “sustainable, green roofing systems”. As defined by the NRCA a Green Roof System is a roof area of “plantings/landscaping installed above a waterproofed substrate at any building level”. Installed correctly Green Roofs are attractive, energy saving installations that also extend the use full life expectancy of the roofing/waterproofing system

Benefits of Vegetative Roofing
  • Reduction of stormwater run-off
  • Reduction of urban heat-island effect
  • Improvement of oxygen levels and air quality
  • Extended roof service life
  • Reduction of carbon monoxide
  • Improvement of the well-being of people using and viewing them
  • Contribution to LEED Buildings certification points
  • Decrease in noise pollution
  • Conservation of natural resources
Solar (PV) Photovoltaic

Photovoltaics is a method for generating electric power by using solar cells to convert energy from the sun into electricity. The photovoltaic effect refers to photons of light knocking electrons into a higher state of energy to create electricity.

Solar cells produce direct current electricity from light, which can be used to power equipment or to charge a battery. Today photovoltaic systems are used for grid connected power generation, or onsite applications. There are great incentive programs on both the federal and state levels to take advantage of through the purchase of these systems.

EPDM System

EPDM roofing systems (Ethlyene Propylene Diene Terpolymer) are based on a high-performance synthetic rubber compound that provides outstanding weathering characteristics in all type of climates. From office buildings and distribution warehouses to hospitals and schools, MSI has an EPDM roofing solution that’s right for you.

  • Virtually immune to ozone, UV radiation and cold cracking
  • Warranted up to 30 years for labor and materials
  • Highly effective and economic single-ply roofing membrane
TPO System

TPO Roofing Systems (ThermoPlastic Olefin) combine the long-term durability rubber provides with the security of hot air welded seams. TPO’s advantages include:

  • TPO roofing systems are the most environmentally friendly of the single-ply systems.
  • They produce no dioxins or chlorine.
  • Membranes come in varying thicknesses to meet your specific requirements and are available in varying roll widths.
PVC System

PVC Roofing Systems are among the easiest single-ply roofing membranes to install and heat-weld together. Among the advantages PVC systems provide:

  • These systems are able to resist various chemical effluents.
  • They provide superior resistance to punctures and tears.
  • In areas where acid rain or other forms of acidic outflow is a problem, PVC roofs are the preferred solution
BUR System

Built-up roofing systems (BUR) consists of layers or plies of roofing felts, between which asphalt or bitumen is applied. Built-up roofing is one of the oldest and most durable systems available. Its multiple layers provide extra protection and perform well in extreme weather conditions. Built-up roofs are especially resistant to damage from wind, hail and snow.

  • BUR surfacing materials can be coated with reflective materials to reduce the effects of UV radiation. These coatings provide the additional benefit of reducing cooling and heating costs.
  • State-of-the-art equipment enables such items as temperature monitoring, odor reduction and application efficiencies
  • Specialized metal edges, designed specifically for BUR and Modified applications may be used
Metal Roofs

Metal roof systems are an alternative for sloped roofs, especially when durability and weather resistance are primary concerns. The different systems are engineered not only to accommodate the slope of a structure’s roof, but to provide pleasing aesthetics.

  • Architectural metal panel roof systems shed water and are intended for use on steep-slope roofs.
  • Structural metal panel roof systems are used on both low- and steep-slope roofs. They are especially appropriate for low-slope roofs because of their hydrostatic, or water barrier, characteristics.
  • Metal shingle panel systems provide the same hydrostatic characteristics, and are often preferred for smaller roof areas.
Slate Roofs

Slate is one of the oldest roofing materials known to man. While it offers unrivaled beauty and appeal, it also provides some of the best value too. Slate can be combined in different size, color and pattern.

  • Slate can be combined in different size, color, pattern, and texture variations to achieve a seemingly limitless array of options
  • A slate roof will last for 100+ years when properly assembled and cared for.
  • Few other products that can match the longevity of a slate roof, and none will be as “one of a kind.”
Tile Roofs

Tile may be the most customizable roof material ever. Usually formed from clay, tile can be molded to virtually any shape. Through the past several hundred years, there has been a standardization of some of the more effective profile types. Whether a tile is of the Shingle, Spanish, Interlocking, or Mission variety, it can be glazed in just about any color imaginable.

  • Naturally finished (unglazed) tile will always offer some of the warmest feeling, but tile can be glazed to match an owner or designers exact specifications.
  • Tile lends itself well to a host of different architectural styles, and like a slate roof, can offer more than a lifetime of service.
  • Within the main profile types there are seemingly limitless possibilities for shape, texture, color, and size.
Roof Shingles

Shingles are a roof covering consisting of individual overlapping elements. Fiberglass-based asphalt shingles are by far the most common roofing material used for residential roofing applications.

  • Shingles are easy to install and can be relatively affordable.
  • Warranties on shingles can be from 20 to 50 years.
  • Asphalt shingles come in a large number of styles and colors.