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Commercial roofing refers to the installation of commercial roofs for businesses, warehouses, and other large commercial structures. A commercial roof provides protection from the elements like snow and rain for the contents and occupants of the business inside.
One of the most popular commercial roofing materials in current use, EPDM rubber roofing is doubly desirable because it combines low cost with resilient strength. An EPDM roofing membrane is a type of synthetic rubber composed of natural gas and oil.
Braxco Roofing offers some of the best warranties in the industry! We have a standard 10 year no leak roof warranty and an optional 15 year no leak roof warranty. We also provide a GAF system plus warranty or GAF Silver Pledge Warranty on every complete, new roof installation (using GAF shingles). This kind of warranty gives customers peace of mind for years to come.
Typically, the cheapest covering is asphalt shingle. Additional options include slate or wood shingles, however, some of these materials can be expensive. With shingled roofs, aesthetics should also be considered, as the visible roofs can be a significant part of the overall look of the building.Feb
There are typically two types of roofs on commercial buildings: flat or low slope, and some historic buildings, like churches, have steep slopes. The slope of your commercial roof will help determine which commercial roofing materials are most appropriate for your roofing contractor to install.
A residential roof tends to have a higher pitch than a commercial roof. It is smaller than a commercial roof in most cases. The surface usually has nothing sitting directly on it, with the rare exception of solar panels. Openings in the roof are minimal, usually confined to chimneys, vent stacks, and skylights.