Are you looking for trustworthy roofers who will use cost-effective and systematic approaches to roofing? You might also be looking for a provider of roofing services that combines quality, transparency, honesty, integrity, and skills with professionalism. We are the right choice for you if your roofing needs are met with impeccable service.
Are your roofs in dire need of replacement? Do you notice leaks on the roof of your commercial building? You may have been affected by a severe storm recently and need to repair your roof. You don’t need to look further as we offer many different commercial roofing services. We will provide you with a prompt inspection, an honest and transparent estimate, as well as proactively suggest possible roofing options. We can also offer suggestions and tips to help you narrow down your choices within your budget.
Full service roof solution
You may be wondering why flat or low slope roofs are used on large roofs. These are commonly found in extensive establishments such as those used in schools/universities, malls/shopping centers, hospitals, factories/production areas, warehouses, apartment buildings, and other large structures and establishments.
This is because these designs are both economical and effective. It is cost-effective as it takes less time to install, requires less materials, and uses less surface area. The flat roof drainage system is efficient and less costly. Despite the fact that they look flat, there’s a 2% slope to allow water flow from the top to the gutter. This prevents standing water.
Flat roofs are also ideal for air conditioning unit installation. Flat roofs are a better option than placing HVAC units below the roof. They allow for the installation of HVAC units to be free of human intervention, vandalism, and energy optimization by allowing cold air to flow down the roof. Flat roofs make it easier to find leaks and perform repairs.
Flat roof maintenance, inspection, repair, and maintenance require special skills due to the unique drainage and water management system. For the job to be done well, you will need highly-skilled, skilled, and experienced professionals. You should only trust the best provider of roofer services in (location). Because we care deeply about protecting your establishment’s integrity, let us handle your emergency commercial roofing requirements.
Serves all Types of Commercial Establishments
We can offer premium commercial roofing services regardless of how big or small your company is. Because of our long history of service, we have been able to work with many establishments, regardless of their size or industry. We’re able to handle all kinds of roofs.
Your commercial building represents the location where most of your business’ transactions and activities occur. Maintaining your building’s integrity is essential for your business and your employees’ productivity. It is possible to improve your roof’s stability and integrity. Securing your roof will protect your business and safeguard your workers.
You need to choose the best commercial roofing contractor who you can trust with regular inspection, maintenance and repair as well as re-roofing when necessary. We provide a combination of skills, knowledge, professionalism, and theory to address every commercial roofing need we meet. Our impeccable track record and untroubled reputation speak volumes about our credibility and value.
Types Commercial Roofing
Learn more to discover the most popular options for commercial roofing.
BUR (Build-up Roofing)
It is best known for its tar-and-gravel roofing system, which has been around over 100 years. It’s still one of the most popular commercial roofing options, especially for low-sloped commercial rooftops **
A BUR system consists of 3-4 layers of bitumen/asphalt and roofing fabrics called fels. Protective layers are either organic mats or glass-fiber mats on top of the felts. The roofing membrane is strong thanks to its multiple layers of bitumen, and the protective layer topping. BUR systems last for a certain amount of time depending on how many layers are present. Therefore, the more layers the roof membrane system has, the greater its durability.
SBS Modified Roofing or Styrene Butadiene Styrene
The SBS Modified roof system is made from fiberglass and polyester material. It promotes elasticity. It is especially useful in extreme climates, particularly during summer and winter. It is capable of adjusting to the heat of the sun in the summer season and providing protection against the cold temperatures of winter.
SBS modified roofing provides the best performance when bonded with a simple roofing sheet. This is because it allows for flexibility that allows the roofing system’s property to adapt to changing weather conditions. Our clients love this option.
EPDM Roofing or Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer
EPDM Roofing system, made of durable synthetic rubber, is used for roofing. It is often used on flat roofs or low-sloped commercial buildings. EPDM is waterproof. It is waterproof and provides roof support that is leak-resistant.
TPO roofing or Thermoplastic Polyester Olefin
TPO membranes have existed for many years, but have been overlooked. TPO membranes are now becoming more popular, especially in new constructions. They can be used to replace roofs. What’s so interesting about TPO membranes
It is not only eco-friendly, but it also has a flexible property that makes it a strong roofing membrane that can withstand extreme weather conditions. It’s also puncture-resistant making it a great roofing choice. TPO roofing has another notable feature: it is resistant to UV rays and ozone exposure.
PVC roofing or Polyvinyl chloride
Polyvinyl Chloride roofing is a very popular option for roofing. It’s strong, fireproof and puncture-resistant and can withstand dirt and debris. It’s also highly recommended for vegetative roofs and other green roofing applications because it is a waterproof roofing option. It is flexible, can be used on almost any roof style, and requires little maintenance.
Tapered Isolation Systems
Tapered insulation is used extensively in new roof constructions, especially flat roofs. It creates a 20% slope. This slight slant encourages continuous rainwater flow into the gutter, down to the catchment system and downspout. The roof system will last less time if it has a steep slope. Standing water can cause rapid damage to the roof system.