Torch down roofing is the name for rubberized asphalt that is melted to adhere to the house with a blowtorch. But unlike tar, it gives off no harmful fumes.
Torch down roofing is available in 2 or 3 layers. It tends to last longer and requires less maintenance when installed correctly. While it can be a bit more expensive, its durability during extreme weather can make it worth it.
Used for flat or gently-sloped roofs, torch down roofing is a moderately-priced option. Because of the fire hazard in torch down roofing, it is not recommended to install it in occupied buildings.
Don't play with fire and risk setting your building ablaze. Let the professionals at Pacific Rainier Roofing Inc. do the work! Owner Monty Moore has been in the roofing business since 1962 and has passed along his knowledge to his son, Monty Jr. and to the crew.