Commercial Leak Repairs / New Roof Contractors

Your Local Commercial Roofer In Florida

With many types of  Florida commercial roofing systems available today, It is most important you contact the right commercial roof contractor  to install the roof so that you get the most reliable service and best price.

When it comes to commercial roof repairs, years of experience does make a difference. Search for an experienced commercial roofing business that provides warranties on their roofing repair professional services.
Our Florida commercial roofing company is properly insured and licensed so that you are not liable for any kind of injuries or mishap to the workmen while the work is carried on.

which requires additional knowledge and skills from residential roofing.  Also our commercial roofing company will ensure the materials we use for your roof is the best possible for your roof type.
Types of Commercial Roofs Are:

Metal  Steel, Aluminum, Standing Seam, Metal Tie, and Copper are some of the metal roofing materials used today in a commercial roofing application. When installed correctly, metal roofing material can last  30 to 50 years, which is just as good as the more expensive asphalt shingles. Metal roofing is not as costly as slate or tile roofing. In the past colored aluminum roofing has been known to fade, oxidize and peel, but many manufacturers have found the solution to this problem. This type of roofing can withstand the most extreme weather but has been known to dent when hit with hail. There is now a new granulated coating that’s offered to prevent this outcome. Copper is a great option, though more expensive than aluminum but a copper roof  can last up to 100 years.

Polyvinyl Chloride -  or PVC is one of the best options for roofing in a commercial building, In this type of roof option the interiors get heated up quickly. This is because PVC roofs are mostly light or white colored that prevents the absorption of heat from reflecting sunlight. This also results in reduction in energy costs. Along with polyvinyl chloride, these roofs are also made up of layers of rubber spread out over the roofing surface, enhancing their longevity and making them highly resistant to most types of environmental extremities.

EPDM -  is a synthetic material that is artificially made by combining polymers, ethylene and other chemicals. According to various researchers, this is the most durable material used for commercial roofing. One of the most significant factors that make EPDM great for a roofing material is that it  provides excellent protection for buildings against severe ultraviolet rays and ozone. EPDM can efficiently withstand sudden temperature changes and can remain unaffected by chemicals. This material is available in rolls that can either be spread loosely over the roofing surface, or fixed to it.
PIC -  A better and more developed form of EPDM, PIC this commercial roofing material offers more advanced features and more advantages than EPDM. Apart from providing protection against ultraviolet rays and ozone, the PIC can also efficiently protect against moisture and fire, thereby being an excellent roofing material for buildings used for a business that uses flammable chemicals or buildings that are located in areas prone to forest fires.

Bitumen -  Despite the fact that bitumen or asphalt is more ideal for the constructions of roads rather that roofs, builders make them suitable as an excellent roofing material by adding special polymers to them. When reformed, bitumen become highly durable, strong and waterproof, and hence a great roofing material. Like EPDM, bitumen also comes in large rolls that have to be spread to cover the entire commercial roof surface.