Multi-Family Roofing Services
• Severe weather such as wind, hail, and storms
• The wear and tear of age
• Moisture buildup causing mold, mildew, and wood rot
• Faulty construction or the wrong type of roof materials
• Heavy impacts from fallen tree limbs and other debris
Commercial Roofing Systems
Commercial roofing is sometimes described by the type of roof on the building with a flat, low slope. Here are brief descriptions of the main commercial roofing materials that we use.
• Metal roofing includes factory-made panels and flashing profiles, as well as roofing panels that are cut and formed at the building site. When installed on a sloped roof, metal roofing offers the benefits of energy efficiency (lower heat gain during warm weather) and low maintenance.
• EPDM roofing is sometimes referred to as “rubber roofing” because this roofing membrane material is black and flexible like a rubber inner tube. EPDM roofing can be installed on flat and low-slope roofs. Seams between adjacent EPDM sheets and metal flashing elements are typically sealed with special adhesive.
• Asphalt shingle roofing will always be popular. Plenty of commercial buildings with sloped roofs depend on asphalt shingles for weather protection. This roofing option is among the most affordable, and gives building owners many shingle styles and colors to choose from.
* TPO Roofing
• Very durable and long lasting
• Environmentally friendly
• Extremely waterproof
• Easy to maintain and repair
• Heat reflective to save on energy bills
• Lower cost than many alternative materials