The Stanley Family founded IB Roof Systems in 1978 and had the foresight to promote thermoplastic roofing membranes that were foreign to the roofing industry. Since then, IB Roof Systems has gone from a back of the home business to a multi-million dollar business with locations in Eugene, OR, Dallas, TX, Las Vegas, NV, and Chicago, IL.
One of the first commercial applications using IB single ply was a mechanically attached roof on Harrisburg High School in Harrisburg, Oregon.
‘Systems’ is the key word in our name. Since 1978, IB Roof Systems has been designing and manufacturing roofing systems, not just materials. IB Roof Systems also limits the availability of our products to authorized installers. You can be assured that when a contractor is installing an IB Roof System, he or she is using the highest quality material from IB Roof Systems.
These factors give you the maintenance-free roof you want and the confidence you need to help put your roofing problems in the past.
When you are looking for a product that can protect your asset for the long term, that’s when you turn to a proven, sustainable, and quality product. And at IB Roof Systems, we are dedicated to providing our customers just that. Contractors and Design Professionals comfortably and confidently select to work with products from IB because of their performance, reliability, and longevity. That translates into Building and Home Owners across the country who have been able to rest assured their home and assets are protected… a fact proven by roofs continuing to perform leak-free since 1978.
In order to meet that high standard of leak-free performance, you need to have a strong and reliable base. And that base begins with the formulation of the product. IB has stayed true to its time and performance proven formula and production process for 35 years by utilizing only the highest quality polymers, plasticizers, fire retardants, and UV stabilizers available to ensure a highly flexible and durable membrane. This formulation is then coupled and reinforced with an anti-wicking 9×9 denier polyester scrim that is highly resistant to solvents, acids, and bases because of the molecular bonds created during the manufacturing process.