Commercial Roofing

Quality Exteriors employs a top of the line commercial roofing approach

 

Whether you have an office, apartment, church, or retail space, you can rest assured that Quality Exteriors has the training and experience to best protect your investment.

 

Let us help you design an affordable, worry-free roof that will last for years to come.  We offer the best products and the best warranties in the following commercial roofing services:

 

  • Roof inspection, service, and maintenance
  • Roof replacement
  • Flat roof repair
  • Metal roof repair
  • Single-ply roofing

Certifications

Flat Roofing

Flat roofs are commonly called “low-slope” roofs and are found on commercial buildings in many areas.

 

In simplest terms, The National Roofing Contractors Association states the criteria for a slope to be of 3:12 or less to be a flat roof.

What is single-ply roof membrane?

Single Ply Roofing membranes that are applied in one layer. Single-Ply membranes come in five basic types: (1) Ballasted, (2) Fully-Adhered,(3) Mechanically-Fastened, (4) Partially-Adhered, and (5) Self-Adhered.

Seams of Single-Ply Membranes can be heat welded, solvent welded, and adhered using seam tape or other adhesives.

 

What materials are used in flat roofing?

EPDM – Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer

This system is a black single-ply membrane, often referred to as “rubber roofing.”

  • EPDM systems require minimal maintenance and are resistant to UV radiation and ozone.
  • EPDM technology has proven effective for more than 30 years.
  • It withstands temperature extremes and expands and contracts with the building.
TPO – Thermoplastic Olefin

This type of system provides long-term durability and the security of heat-welded.
TPO’s advantages include:

  • TPO traditionally has a white ‘reflective surface’ which reduces cooling costs.
  • TPO roofing systems are the most environmentally friendly of the single-ply systems.
  • They produce no dioxins or chlorine. Membranes come in varying thicknesses to meet your specific requirements and are available in varying roll widths.
PVC – PolyVinyl Carbonate

These systems are among the easiest single-ply roofing membranes to install and heat-weld together.

  • These systems are able to resist various chemical effluents.
  • They provide superior resistance to punctures and tears.
  • PVC systems are especially suited for roofs that are exposed to concentrations of grease, oils, and many kinds of fuels.
  • In areas where acid rain or other forms of acidic outflow is a problem, PVC roofs are the preferred solution.

Steep Slope Roofing

In many cases, steep slope roofing may be called “residential roofing” but it can be used for commercial roofing projects as well.

 

Compared to flat roofing, steep slope roofing have slopes greater than 3:12. This terminology refers to the fact that for every 12 inches, the rise of the roof must be three inches greater (12 horizontal inches: 3 vertical inches).

 

While flat roof styles are common in commercial roofing, steep slope roofing can be attractive to the eye and last for a longer period of time as well.

 

In addition, they shed water and are also efficient in regard to U/V light.

Specialty Roofing

Outside of steep slope and flat roofing, there may be the occasion when specialty roofing may be an option for your commercial project.

 

Quality Exteriors will provide a mix of specialty roofing solutions that consist of various styles, materials, and functionality.

 

Like any other project, there are several factors to consider when selecting a specialty roof such as durability, aesthetic appeal, maintenance and cost.

Choose Quality Exteriors for your next Commercial Roofing project

From retail centers to apartment buildings, Quality Exteriors can provide commercial roofing solutions for projects of any size or scope.