Commercial Flat Roofing
Fully Certified & Insured Commercial Roofing Company.
Fast & Cost-Efficient Building Process.
Warrantied Installation Plus Professional Clean-Up.
No Business Interruptions So You Can Keep Your Doors Open.
Commercial Roof Replacement
Commercial roof replacement or installations and commercial building issues can drastically differ from residential roofing systems.
A commercial building owner has extra responsibilities regarding safety and keeping the contents of the building safe.
They need to be aware of potential issues and look for solutions before they arise. Many people don’t fully grasp the differences between residential and commercial roofing applications, but these industries are very different and should be handled differently.
Here at Quality roofing Services, Our experience in commercial roofing is diverse, and we know these industry differences very well.
We can offer expert advice to meet your business requirements best and ensure that after your commercial roof installation is complete, your roof is the last thing you must worry about.
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Looking for a Flat Roof?
Traditionally flat roofs are the go-to style of roofing for commercial buildings, and just as the name suggests, the roofs lay flat over the top of the building. Generally, there are four types of flat roofs.
Depending on the manufacturer, each type classically comes with a 10 to 20-year warranty, and the average lifespan is between 20-25 years if installed by professional roofing contractors.
When it comes to commercial flat roofs, the most important thing to understand is that almost all the flat roofing systems use what’s referred to as “Membrane Roofing.” This means that a waterproof roof membrane material (usually with a slight, almost imperceptible slope) is used to move water off the roof.
That’s why most flat roofing systems will be created using waterproof materials made of synthetic rubber, thermoplastic (PVC or like material) or modified bitumen.
- Synthetic Rubber or Thermoset Roofing Membranes
- Thermoplastic Roofing Membranes
- Modified Bitumen Roofing