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Commercial Roof Replacement

Ensure the longevity and safety of your business with a commercial roof replacement, backed by over a century of expertise since 1886.

Commercial Roof Replacement Benefits

What is the difference between a roof recover & roof replacement?

A commercial roof recover, also known as a reroof, involves adding a new layer of roofing material over the existing roof without removing it entirely, offering a cost-effective solution with minimal disruption to business operations.


In contrast, a total roof replacement requires the removal of the existing roof before installing a new roofing system, which can be more expensive and time-consuming but allows for addressing underlying issues and upgrading to advanced materials.


The choice between the two options depends on factors such as budget, the condition of the existing roof, and long-term goals for the building.


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What is a commercial roof replacement?

A commercial roof replacement refers to completely removing an existing roof system on a commercial building and installing a new roofing system. It is typically necessary when the existing roof has reached the end of its service life, incurred extensive damage, or no longer effectively protects the building from the elements.


Commercial roof replacements involve:

  • Careful assessment of the existing roof's condition.

  • Selection of appropriate roofing materials.

  • Installation by our experienced team.


A commercial roof replacement aims to ensure the longevity, safety, and functionality of your building's roofing system, providing protection for the structure, your employees, and valuable assets within.

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When is the time for your commercial roof replacement?

Determining the optimal time for a commercial roof replacement depends on various factors, such as the age and condition of the existing roof, the severity of any damage or deterioration, and the overall goals and budget of the property owner or manager.


Signs that it may be time for a commercial roof replacement include frequent leaks, water damage, visible wear and tear, mold, and mildew. Additionally, if your roof has surpassed its expected lifespan or requires frequent repairs that are becoming increasingly costly, investing in a replacement may be more cost-effective in the long run.


Regular inspections by our qualified team can help identify potential issues early and inform decisions regarding the timing of a roof replacement, ensuring that it is proactively taken care of to minimize disruptions to business operations and prevent further damage to the property.

How to avoid a complete roof replacement?

Proactive maintenance and regular inspections are essential. Implementing a preventive maintenance program, which includes routine inspections by our qualified roofing team, can help identify and address minor issues before they escalate into major problems. Additionally, prompt repairs of any damage, such as leaks or punctures, can extend the roof's lifespan and prevent further deterioration. Regularly clearing debris from the roof surface and ensuring proper drainage can also help prevent water pooling, which can lead to leaks and structural damage over time. Investing in high-quality roofing materials and professional installation from the outset can contribute to the roof's longevity and reduce the likelihood of premature failure.


By prioritizing proactive maintenance and timely repairs, you can prolong the lifespan of your commercial roof and potentially avoid the need for a costly and disruptive roof replacement in the future.

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