Built Up Roofing System
BUR Roofing System (Built Up Roof)The roofing membrane is built up by alternating layers of asphalt or coal tar saturated felts or fiberglass mat roofing plies. The built-up roof components are: insulation board, base sheet, hot- or cold-applied felts, surfacing materials and flashing materials. These systems can be durable and long lasting when carefully installed in multiple layers with quality bitumen, felts and flashings. Built-up roofing (BUR) can be used in both new construction projects and on existing buildings. BUR systems have low flexibility and are only appropriate on roof decks with minimal movement or where appropriate expansion joints are provided. BUR systems require periodic maintenance to maximize their service life. In some installations, BUR can be designed to be more durable and resistant to casual roof traffic.
Obtain LEED Credits
 

LEED® promotes a whole-building approach to sustainability by recognizing performance in five key areas of human and environmental health: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality. Choose Sherriff-Goslin roofing contractors to help gain valuable LEED® credits for your next LEED® certified project through a new flat roof or flat roof repair.

Safety-First Program
 
Assured quality and specialized service— these mark our humble beginnings over 100 years ago. Today, these ideals still guide and sustain us. This philosophy, paired with a passion for advanced standing seam metal roofing, epdm roofing and modified bitumen roofing technology, marks our commitment to you, our customer.
Sherriff-Goslin: Over 100 Years of Service
 

We started as a “one-horse” roofing company in Battle Creek, Michigan in 1906. Three generations later, members of the Sherriff and Goslin families are still your premier roofing contractors serving Michigan, Indiana and Ohio.