- Rapid Installation. Due to the design of the RhinoBond system the roof is covered very quickly. The system utilizes the surface of the plates that are used to attach the insulation to the roof deck as the surface to secure the roof membrane to the structure. This allows the professional roofing contractor to quickly cover the building and seal the roof to prevent moisture infiltration. This is particularly helpful in rainy climates such as Florida where sudden afternoon rain, especially during the summer, impacts roofing projects. This helps reduce the exposure to potential leaks during construction and impact on the operations of the business since the roofing project is completed faster than traditional systems.
- Reduced components. The RhinoBond system’s use of the top surface of the insulation plates as the point of attachment for the roof membrane reduces the amount of materials on the project site. Older in-seam fastened systems require separate fasteners to be placed in the seam of the membrane. Adhered systems require the use of adhesive after the insulation has been attached. Both of these systems create additional steps in the system installation that can become potential errors. The use of the RhinoBond system limits these potential errors.
There is no one solution in the roofing industry that works for all situations. The RhinoBond system has great benefits to help reduce exposure to building owners and building content, but it may not be the best solution for your building. A professional roofing contractor can help you evaluate your site conditions and make recommendations as to the best design for your building. Remember to consider your requirements as a building owner and business operator and mention these key items as well as others that are particular to your specific situation.