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Commercial roofing systems – what to keep in mind

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Any product of any kind of work must be addressed with the utmost recognition, not automatically for the product itself, but for the individual who has devoted their time, and often money into producing it. That’s especially noticeable when owning a company; everything has to be in place, everything has to be of premium high quality and so on. The same goes for your commercial building. Whether it acts as a storage unit or a shop, it comprises of the fruits of your labor. It’s natural you would want it correctly taken care of. And among other things you have to worry about as a commercial structure manager, a businessman, you really don’t want to worry about your roofing system.

The main distinctions between residential and commercial roofing systems include the vast distinctions in the occupied space. Commercial buildings tend to put performance over aesthetics, while a residential roofing system has to be both visually appealing and functional.

When it comes to choosing the best solution for your commercial building, there are many different types and types in existence today. They are generally chosen based on their specific residential or commercial properties that may provide the upper hand in certain environments and climates.

The most popular type among many commercial building owners across the US is the synthetic rubber roofing. Usually paired with metal roofing systems, it uses EPDM or Ethylene propylene diene monomer. It’s considered to be extremely immune to ozone and UV rays, making it perfect for very hot and sunny areas. Not only that, but it’s also incredibly forgiving when it comes to dealing with harsh weather conditions, such as hail, wind, rain or snow. This creates them perfect for areas with unstable climate conditions.

Built-up roofing systems are becoming a common choice for many commercial building owners. It’s really an innovation on the market. In its building and construction, it uses natural materials, such as felt, mats and similar materials which are then laminated together by using bitumen. On top of it all, gravel is placed to provide security from all kinds of weather.

Bitumen roofing systems are made of reinforced asphalt. It’s usually strengthened with either polyester or fiberglass. Although we all know roof aren’t meant for walking, bitumen roofing systems tolerate extensive amounts of foot traffic.

If you decide to deck your roof, there are a lot of choices available on the market. Metal decks come in a variety of forms and styles, and their forte lies in an extreme degree of wind level of resistance. Wooden decks are resistant to any kinds of seismic activity. On the other hand, foot traffic is highly restricted on this type of commercial building. Other types consist of light weight concrete decks and architectural concrete decks which are both made to stand up to harsh weather conditions.

It’s difficult to hand over your entire life’s work to someone else, but you can at least make sure the person handling your possessions is an expert. When arranging a consultation with a roofing expert, look for versatility paired with immense levels of both knowledge and experience.

We are currently serving Houston, Pasadena, The Woodlands, Baytown, Conroe, Deer Park, Friendswood, Galveston, Lake Jackson, La Porte, League City, Missouri City, Pearland, Rosenberg, Sugar Land, Texas City, Atascocita, Kingwood, Channelview, and Mission Bend.