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Commercial roofing plays a crucial role in protecting the structural integrity of industrial and commercial buildings. A well-designed and properly installed roof not only safeguards the interior from external elements but also enhances energy efficiency and reduces maintenance costs.
Most popular commercial roofing material:
- Polyurethane Foam
- TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin)
- Rubber (EPDM)
- Modified Bitumen
- Built Up Roofing (BUR)
Polyurethane Foam (Spray Foam)
Polyurethane foam is a popular choice for commercial roofing due to its excellent insulation properties and seamless application. It is sprayed onto the roof surface, creating a durable and waterproof layer. The foam adheres to various substrates, including concrete, metal, and wood, making it versatile for different types of commercial roofs.
TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin)
TPO is a single-ply roofing membrane that offers exceptional durability and energy efficiency. It is resistant to UV radiation, chemicals, and punctures, making it suitable for commercial and industrial applications. TPO roofs are typically white, reflecting sunlight and reducing cooling costs.
Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) is a synthetic rubber commonly used in commercial roofing. EPDM roofs are known for their durability, flexibility, and resistance to extreme weather conditions. They are available in large sheets, minimizing the number of seams and potential leakage points.
Metal roofs are commonly used in commercial and industrial buildings due to their longevity and low maintenance requirements. They are available in various materials, including steel and aluminum. Metal roofs offer excellent resistance to fire, wind, and hail, making them a reliable choice for commercial applications.
Modified bitumen is a popular choice for flat concrete roofs in commercial buildings. It consists of asphalt and modifiers, such as APP (Atactic Polypropylene) or SBS (Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene). Modified bitumen roofs offer excellent waterproofing and flexibility, making them suitable for areas with high foot traffic.
Built-Up Roofing (BUR)
Built-up roofing is a traditional method that involves layering multiple plies of roofing felts and bitumen. These layers are then topped with a protective coating, such as gravel or mineral granules. BUR roofs provide excellent durability and fire resistance, making them suitable for commercial and industrial applications.
Get an Advanced New Roof Installation
Advanced Roofing, LLC. ensures that the roofing contractors hold necessary certifications and licenses required by Arizona Law & Registrar of Contractors ROC# 311509. Our IKO certification is from the manufacturer – this indicates our expertise and commitment to quality, professionalism and that we hold ourselves to a high standard. Craftsmanship over salesmanship as we like to say.
We have the necessary insurance coverage, including liability and workers' compensation. This protects both the contractor and the building owner from potential liabilities in case of accidents or property damage during the project. If you want more information, just call us and talk with the owner Mark Muzio: 602-350-4052.
Limited & lifetime warranties are provided by the contractor for both materials and workmanship. Additionally, ask us about commercial roofing maintenance services to ensure the long-term performance and durability of the commercial roof. In the event of a roof leak or damage, prompt action is essential to prevent further deterioration and minimize potential losses. Commercial buildings with flat roofs require specific considerations for emergency repairs and replacement.
Emergency roof repair is something we specialize in. We have seen and fixed bad work from other contractors and will tell you that it is important to make the right choice the first time. We will assess the extent of the damage and provide immediate solutions to mitigate further water infiltration. Temporary measures, such as tarping or patching, may be implemented until a permanent repair can be executed.
When replacing a roof, consider the existing roofing material, building structure, and budget. Consult with a roofing contractor to determine the most suitable replacement option, such as shingle, tile, TPO, EPDM, polyurethan foam or modified bitumen, etc. Proper installation and adherence to building codes are crucial to ensure the longevity and performance of the new roof. The selection of appropriate roofing materials, such as polyurethane foam, TPO, rubber, modified bitumen, or metal, depends on factors such as durability, energy efficiency, and budget.