Types of Commercial Roofs
Modified Bitum Roofing
One of the best proven roofing systems for an apartment complex or commercial building is a torched down roof. Generally, this type of roofing is versatile and can be applied on most commercial buildings.
Built up Roofing
A traditional commercial system, built-up roofs (BUR) are made of of several layers of form board adhered together with asphalt or bitumen, thus increasing water drainage from an otherwise flat roof.
Single Ply Roofing
A popular choice among roofing specialists due to its reputation for superb, efficient performance. This roof is ideal for those needing more energy efficient and heat-reflective materials.
Another one of our areas of expertise is metal roof installation. There are many reasons to choose a metal roofing system over traditional shingles.
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.
Steep Slope Roofing
Steep Slope roofs are common in commercial living buildings such as condos & townhomes. Roofs are considered steep when every 12 inches, the roof’s rise is 3 inches or more.