Whether you just bought a brand new building, or you’ve had it for a while but you’re planning to renovate and improve on it, it’s a good idea to consider installing a new roof. Your old roof may have gone past its normal projected lifespan, or it might have flaws or damages that are impractical or even impossible to fix.
In all these cases, you’ll have to decide on replacing your roof with a new one and talking to your contractor about the best roofing materials for your commercial roof replacement project:
- Metal roofing is one of the sturdiest options. Top metal roofing Superior installation specialists confirm that flat steel, copper and aluminum roofing systems are great for protecting your building from the elements and also for ensuring that there aren’t many issues with maintenance over the next few decades.
- EPDM is a type of rubber roof that tends to last for a very long time. Typically rated at an average lifespan of 40-50 years, an EPDM roof is also flexible, easy to install and easy to fix.
- A BUR (built-up roofing) system is also very effective for flat and low slope commercial roofing system. These roofs feature alternating layers of bitumen and various other materials that enhance its structural integrity and ensure that the roof won’t be easily damaged by storm, UV radiation, wind or any other common natural stressor.