The TTR® Tri Thermal Roofing System is a unique combination of two separate roof systems that combine to form the best roofing system available. The system is comprised of a spray applied Polyurethane Foam Roof with a single ply EPDM roofing membrane that is adhered to the Polyurethane foam with a proprietary spray applied slow rise urethane based adhesive. While others have tried and failed at creating similar insulation systems, our patent protected system succeeds!
You already know that the Polyurethane foam is the best insulation in the market. It covers your Ontario roof like a blanket in one seamless piece with no joints or gaps, this leads to reduced energy costs with an average of 25% savings.
The spray applied Polyurethane Roofing Foam Insulation used in the TTR® System, not only has the highest R-value, it has waterproofing benefits. If your AC or mechanical contractor accidentally punctures your roof membrane, our foam roof will prevent water from infiltrating your building.
With other systems, once the EPDM flat roofing membrane is punctured nothing stops the water from entering the building. The insulation boards used under the membrane are not waterproof and typically retain the moisture long after a rain event. This leads to prolong periods of moisture in roof system which expedites rust and substrate deterioration. The insulation boards used in other systems are only butted together which allows air leakage out of the roof, therefore decreasing the effective R-value of the roof.
The EPDM membrane used in our system can be either black or white in color. The membrane is available in a variety of thickness to suit your individuals needs. The Eco White membrane is available in 60 or 90 gauge thickness. White is the new green product with high reflectivity keeping the roofs cooler. Eco White membrane meets the Energy Star ratings and the Cool Roof Rating Council programs.
The patented TTR® System was developed to provide a superior quality, energy efficient and durable roof to commercial buildings throughout all parts of North America.
The TTR® System was invented by Stan Cox, President of TTR®, and has been patented for all of North America. The system has been installed in a variety of different climates, from coast to coast in Canada as well as the southern United States.
The TTR® System has been tested by a number of different organizations, including ACRC (Wind Uplift Test) in Fort Lauderdale Florida, PRI Construction Materials Technologies (Physical Properties) in Tampa Florida, Southwest Research Institute (Fire Rating Test) in San Antonio Texas. The system has received a NOA (notice of acceptance) from Miami Dade County Florida enabling the system to be installed in high velocity hurricane zones.