Our Services

Condition/Recommendation Reports

Ecology Roof Systems representatives will conduct a detailed survey of your roof systems at no charge. Core cuttings and chemical tests of the existing roof are taken to determine the type and true condition of the roof system. Detailed scale drawings are assembled of the roof areas and the specific details found on the roof. A range of options are offered with features and benefits of each approach outlined to provide the widest possible array of choices to fit your budget, use of the building, fire ratings and warranties.

Infrared Surveys

Ecology Roof Systems employs state-of-the-art infrared cameras to perform non-destructive surveys of industrial/commercial insulated roof systems. Temperature differentials between wet and dry insulation can be instantly viewed on a video display to show the exact location and extent of moisture infiltration. Wet areas are marked on the roof surface and thermograms, (pictures of the video display), are taken. Core cuttings and moisture meter probes are taken the next day to confirm the infrared findings. Detailed reports, scale drawings and the thermograms are then compiled into a complete report outlining the sources of water entry, recommendations for correcting the problem and budget estimates. The use of infrared surveys on insulated roof systems should be the first step in evaluating how to best target your roofing dollar.

Material Selections

Ecology Roof Systems representatives are specifically trained to design material selections for competitive bidding. The specifications can be in CSI Format or standard outline form. Site plans and standard NRCA detail drawings in Autocad format are part of the specification package.


Energy Audits

Ecology Roof Systems associate companies can undertake a complete energy audit of your facility to upgrade all energy using components of the building envelope. Upgrades such as energy-efficient skylights, timed variable-setting lights, state-of-the-art air conditioners, double/triple-pane reflective windows and insulated reflective water-cooled roof membranes can be designed not only to reduce energy use, but provide payback in the form of energy savings strong enough to insure funding of the project.