Project Profile: Edgewood Terrace

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See how Polyglass was able to solve the severe ponding issues on this Edgewood Terrace project in the nation’s capital.

Edgewood Terrace Commons IV, a 258-unit high-rise building in Washington DC, was reroofed with Polyglass’ multi-ply roof system. The 25,000 sq. ft. roof had severe ponding issues and held water after heavy rainfalls and snow storms.

To solve the roof challenge, roofing contractor DC Duct & Sheet Metal LLC tore off the existing system down to the concrete deck and created a tapered design to ensure positive drainage. The tapered insulation was adhered to the deck followed by cover board and Polyglass’ high performing three-ply roof system. Products included two-plies of Polyglass’ Elastoflex® SA V self-adhered base sheet and Polyflex® G torch-applied cap sheet in white.

To seal the large number of penetrations, the roofing crew used Polyflash™1C, a one-component, liquid flashing compound that can be used to seal roofing and waterproofing details such as walls, curbs, vents, roof drains, pitch pans and unusually shaped penetrations.

Learn more about the products used on this job: Polyflex G, PolyFlash 1C, Elastoflex SA V.

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