As we mentioned in the home page, commercial roofing projects tend to feature certain aspects that you won’t find in residential roofing scenarios. Usually, most of these issues involve certain legal aspects that need to be fulfilled. Also, for the most part these projects are larger in scale. This means that you are going to need to work with a company that has enough personnel to be able to get through the task at hand. Also, there are usually license needs to be able to take on this type of project. These are all things that we have as a company. Which, certainly sets us way apart from the average handyman that can take care of certain roofing needs.
Common Types of Commercial Roofing
Usually, in commercial roofing projects, we are going to be working on flat roofing surfaces or metal roofing. The idea is mostly to have a roof that is going to be able to handle some of the rough situations that could come its way. For example, if you are opening a restaurant you are going to need to make sure that you have a roof that can hold the proper ventilation system. Yet, have a roof that is made out of materials that won’t rot even if they are in constant contact with grease.
For the most part, metal roofing is going to be used because of the fact that it does not require much maintenance. So a lot of large factories will set up these types of roofs. That being said, there are a couple of things that you would need to consider. Although you want a roof that can hold up for a long time you don’t want a roof that is going to cause the inside of the building to turn into a massive oven. We can help you determine whether or not a metal roof is right for your particular situation.
Is A Flat Roof Right For You?
Deciding whether or not a flat roof is right for you may be a decision that needs to be made pretty much since the building is designed. Why is that? Well, since water is not going to fall naturally off a flat roof you need to have a building design that allows us to make sure we have a flat roof that is thick enough to handle water falling on this roof. Yet, it is one of the more practical ways to set up a roof.
Working As A Team
It is not uncommon for us to work alongside other companies in commercial roofing projects. A lot of times companies will actually bring us on board to be able to speed up the building process. Since, we can handle the roof when they are doing something else. We know how to work in this environment. If there is a plan in place we know how to follow along. We are not the type of company that is going to push to get things done just our way or the highway.