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Do I have to remove my current commercial roof or can I re-roof it?

If your building roof is in good condition and hasn’t been re-roofed before, there’s a strong possibility you can save money by adding a new roof without taking the old one off.
Sadly, there are some situations where a roof tear-off is necessary:

  • Currently, your building has two roofs: Commercial structures are only allowed to have two layers of roofing, per the law. This is done to avoid putting undue strain on the building’s structural integrity.
  • Your building’s roof is unstable. Your contractor will need to remove the current roof in order to install a new, functional roof if your roof is damaged, wet, or unstable.
How can I determine whether my company needs a new roof?

To evaluate the status of your current roof, our specialists will conduct a free roof assessment. Internal deterioration, such as mold or roof leaks, are signs that your business roof may be unstable and require replacement.

When should I plan my roof inspection?

Contractors start roofing projects as soon as the weather warms up. It’s best to get in touch with a contractor in the late summer to arrange a survey for when spring finally arrives in your area. They can then begin working on your job as soon as the roofing season begins.

What will the cost of my new roof be?

The difficulties specific to each situation are what cause the pricing to change. We are in direct competition with all the reliable and effective commercial roofing solutions. The cost of your new business roof depends on a variety of things.

Among these elements are:

  • The Size of your roof
  • The State of the current roof
  • Roof Access
  • Insulation Strategy
  • Membrane Selection
  • Installation Selection
  • Roof Punctures
  • The Warranty Type

After one of our roofing specialists conducts a free roof evaluation and generates a roof survey report for your facility, we can assist you in developing a budget.

How long will my commercial roofing system likely last?

Your commercial’s longevity will rely on a variety of elements, including the type of roof and the weather.

The following averages apply to typical roof systems:

  • Spray Polyurethane Foam: 30 to 50 Years
  • Built-Up: 10 to 15 Years
  • Metal: 30 to 45 Years
  • Single-Ply Membrane TPO: 15 to 20 Years
  • Single-Ply Membrane EPDM: 20 to 25 Years
What is the average installation time for a new commercial roof?

The length of the project depends on a number of factors, including the kind of roof, the size of the roof, any damage already present, the weather, inspections, and permits. Each work is genuinely different, and it may last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. A suggested timeline should be included in the survey report when you consult a roofing specialist for an assessment.

How can I determine the best kind of roof for my company?

Our roofing experts will work with you to determine the optimum roofing solution for your facility based on climate, energy costs, and facility needs.

You have a variety of roofing choices for your business facility:

Spray foam made of polyurethane –

  • Spray Polyurethane Foam
  • Built-Up
  • Metal
  • Single-Ply Membrane TPO
  • Single-Ply Membrane EPDM
How do I pick the best contractor for commercial roofing?

It might be challenging to pick a reliable commercial roofing contractor. You can start out by checking how long they’ve been in business, the client reviews, and the accreditations. Ask your contractor about the kind of training they provide for their crews as well as the certifications they hold from manufacturers and trade associations.

Do I need to do anything to keep my business roof warranty in effect?

You can pick from a number of warranties when you replace the roof on your building. Depending on the type of warranty you buy, your warranty will cover different things. The Contractor’s Warranty, Manufacturer’s Warranty, and Manufacturer’s Full System Warranty are the most popular warranty options.

These guarantees may apply to a range of roofing problems, including:

  • Repairing roof leaks
  • Strong wind damage
  • Coverage for hail damage
  • Roof penetration protection

Most roof warranties demand or advise routine roof care and inspections. Roof Restoration is a fantastic option to extend your roof warranty in addition to a good maintenance schedule.

What should I do if a commercial roof leak occurs suddenly?

Protecting what is inside your facility first should be your top priority if you discover that your commercial roof is leaking. It might be necessary to relocate furniture or cover equipment to prevent water damage. Mark the leak spot once your stuff within the building has been secured so you may later show a professional.

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