Commercial Industrial Rofing, established in 1924 is a full service roofing contractor. We do roof repairs, roof maintenance and install new energy efficient roofs. Commercial Industrial Roofing is Monroeville's Commercial roofing company. Call today or visit our website www.roofscommercial.com
Highlights, Specialties & Features
- Full Service Roofing Contractor
- Roof Repairs & Maintenance
- Install New Energy Efficient Roofs
- Green and Solar Roofing
|Person||Monroeville Flat Roofing|
|Address||1247 William Penn Highway|
|Phone Number||(888) 886-7171|
Products & Services
What most residential homeowners desire is a roof that will not only last a long time, but won't cost an arm and a leg to install. Most residential roofs are replaced, or at least repaired, every fifteen to twenty years. By carefully choosing your residential roofing material, you can help reduce the cost of replacement or push it far into the future.
You can also realize environmental benefits from your residential roofing choices. For example, if you select a light-colored surface or a material that doesn't absorb heat from the sun, you significantly reduce your home's cooling needs. Remember, when your attic stays cooler, your cooling bills down.
There are over 20 different types of flat roofing materials and hundreds of brands to choose from but which flat roof is right for you? It is a difficult question, but will try to help you choose the best combination of the most economical, longest lasting flat roof, with as little maintenance as possible.
First lets look at three main categories or types of flat roofing:
Built Up flat roofs or BUR
Single-ply flat roofing
Spray-on / urethane foam roofs
Roofs undergo many movements that affect performance such as building settlement, thermal expansion and contraction, and weathering (sun, wind, rain, snow) . Because of these movements, details such as wall flashing and soil stack leads develop gaps that allow water to migrate into the roofing system. Often, this migration goes undetected because it is absorbed into the decking or insulation and does not drip into the interior of the building. This absorption then causes damage to the roofing components that make a simple overlayment an impossibility. Maintenance includes:
Making minor field and flashing repairs.
Removing debris from the roof drains and gutters
Caulking roof-related sheet metal and skylights
Resealing drain needs
Refastening loose panels on rooftop HVAC units
Scheduled preventative maintenance prevents leaks from occurring and saves costs on emergency repairs, loss of inventory, damaged light fixtures/electrical systems and downtime for your managers as well as maintaining a positive image for your customers.