Types of Commercial Roofs

Modified Bitum Roofing

One of the best proven roofing systems for an apartment complex roof or commercial building is a torched down roof. Generally, this type of roofing is versatile and can be applied on most commercial buildings.

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Built up Roofing

A traditional system, built-up roofs (BUR) are made of of several layers of felt adhered together with asphalt or bitumen.

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Single Ply Roofing

A popular choice among roofing specialists due to superb, efficient performance. Because the need for more energy efficient and heat-reflective materials are increasing, thermoplastic systems are the roof of choice used by many industrial roofers.

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Metal Roofing

Another one of our areas of expertise is metal roof installation. There are many reasons to choose a metal roofing system over traditional shingles.

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Copper Roofing

Anything that can be done on a roof can be produced in copper! Copper roofing provides a unique aesthetic that gives an industrial contrast to your building exterior.

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Steep Slope Roofing

Steep Slope roofs are common in commercial living buildings such as condos, townhomes and apartment complexes. Roofs are considered steep when every 12 inches, the roof’s rise is 3 inches or more.

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