For information or quotes on re-roofs or roof restorations contact our estimator, Nick Smith at (888) 467-6632 or email at Nick@aaarfg.com
AAA Roofing is able to handle commercial/industrial re-roofing jobs of any size or type. Our evaluation services provide customers with a full, professional report on your roof’s existing conditions as well as recommendations to fit your budgeting needs.
We provide high quality roofing solutions with the utmost service. We’ll partner with you through the entire process – design and budgeting to installation and follow-up – providing service long after the roof is installed. We understand the complexities and concerns that come with commercial re-roofing: minimizing fumes, dust/debris, noise, and staging etc. We’ll help you make an educated decision to suit your needs.
The roof on your commercial / industrial business is a vital part of the building, thus a substantial and critical investment. We believe in educating our clients. It is our hope the following guide to commercial re-roofing, installation, and flat roof renovation options will assist you in the process of managing your roof investment.
Commercial Re-Roofing Materials
There is an array of commercial re-roofing systems and membranes to consider. We are certified and experienced to install a wide range of these commercial roofing systems.
For low-slope roofs we install many different systems such as:
TPO – Thermoplastic polyolefin roofing systems are among the fastest growing commercial roofing systems. Made of an especially durable material with a low-temperature flexibility and a high-temperature tolerance, these roofs are exceptionally resistant to ultraviolet, ozone and chemical exposure. TPO roofs can be expected to have a lifespan of 20+ years, and also feature a high resistance to fire, punctures, chemicals and high winds.
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
PVC – Polyvinyl Chloride is a flexible, thermoplastic membrane manufactured using an ultraviolet-resistant polyvinyl chloride. Utilizing DuPont Elvaloy KEE as part of the formulation ensures plasticizer retention to deliver a pliable and durable sheet with excellent weathering characteristics and resistance to harsh chemicals and industrial pollutants. PVC roofing membranes are an ideal long-term solution for roofs that demand high performance at a lower life cycle cost.
EDPM – Ethylene propylene diene monomer roofing offers superior durability and versatility, making it one of the longest lasting types of commercial roofs available. EPDM commercial roofing systems are also typically easier to install, maintain and repair than most other types of commercial roofs.
BUR – Built-Up Roofing was created in America over 150 years ago. Why use BUR over other products? Because few other systems are so long lasting, durable and worry free. With BUR systems, the highly reliable waterproof membrane is field fabricated with layers of bitumen, alternating with plies of reinforcing felts. The redundant layers give it exceptional resistance to water and weather. We also install a complete line of fiber glass felts, including ply and base felts, and mineral-surfaced cap sheets.
SBS – SBS Modified Bitumen Roofing Systems incorporate a synthetic rubber-based technology which yields exceptional flexibility, even in extremely low temperatures. SBS membranes may be installed in hot asphalt, cold adhesive or heat welded.
APP – APP Modified Bitumen Roofing Systems are available in a variety of thicknesses in smooth and granule surfaces. Reinforced with a tough, non-woven polyester mat, APP membranes deliver superior rooftop performance for both new and reroof applications. APP membranes may be installed by heat welding or with cold-applied adhesives.
Applied Coating systems – (Silicon or Acrylic) Roof coatings are sometimes referred to as spray applied roofing or spray on roofing because they are a fluid applied roofing membrane installed by using an airless sprayer. The airless sprayer allows for a smooth, continual flow of coating to spray out of the machine and spread across the existing roof substrate evenly, creating a new, monolithic, seamless, waterproofing roof membrane. AAA Roofing specializes in the application of both Acrylic and Silicone and roof coatings.
As for a sloped roof we install:
Clay tiles – Roof tiles are designed mainly to keep out rain, and are traditionally made from locally available materials such as terracotta or slate. Modern materials such as concrete and plastic are also used and some clay tiles have a waterproof glaze. Roof tiles are ‘hung’ from the framework of a roof by fixing them with nails.
Asphalt shingles – An asphalt shingle is a type of wall or roof shingle. They are one of the most widely used roofing covers in North America because they have a relatively inexpensive up-front cost and are fairly simple to install.
Standing seam metal – This is a type where continuous panels run from the ridge of the roof all the way down to the eaves. Between the panels are seams connected by fasteners, which are raised above the level of the metal roofing. This is where the term standing seam comes from, because the seam is raised or standing, as opposed to flush-mounted.
We install these methods over several types of substrates including metal decks, steel decks, wood decks, structural concrete, light-weight concrete and existing roofed decks provided there’s only 1 existing roof in place.
Commercial Re-Roofing requires great attention to detail. In most cases, the building we are working on will be occupied while we are working. We take special care to make sure the building tenants and pedestrian traffic are safe and are inconvenienced as little as possible when we are installing your new roof system. As with all roof installation projects, we strive to exceed industry standards for safety and quality. Our roofers work under strict protocols to ensure safety and quality expectations are exceeded. Your roof system is a serious investment, and proper application, when re-roofing, re-covering, or restoring a flat roof system, will extend the life of your roof for years to come.