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Commercial Roof Options

Your business is different than other businesses – shouldn’t your roof reflect that?

We offer and recommend a variety of commercial roofing types to fit your business needs and budget.

Our commercial roofing team has the experience and skills to take on any type of project, including but not limited to:

Manufacturing
Government
Retail
Industrial
Apartment Buildings
Office Buildings

Add to the building’s aesthetic and choose from a variety of commercial roofing materials:

Single-Ply

Single-ply roofing systems have already been proven to be a great choice. They are currently being used on over two billion square feet of roofing in America alone. We offer only the best single-ply roofing systems, and these choices have some tremendous benefits that are difficult to ignore.

Coating and Foam

Roof coatings can be applied to EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer), metal, modified bitumen and BUR. Coatings fills in cracks and seal porous mortar and masonry. They will expand and contract with metal panels while providing weatherproofing for your roof. American Pride Roofing offers a variety of coatings for your roofing needs.

Built-Up (BUR)

We offer traditional multi-ply BUR (Built-Up Roofing) roof systems. As one of the oldest low-slope roof systems, it’s still applied to commercial roofs today.

Metal

In older metal roofs, problems can occur that are caused by the movement and subsequent loosening of the roof system and fasteners. Seam separations, loose flashings and rusting metal panels can lead to roof failure if you are not proactive. American Pride Roofing has options for restoring your metal roof, without having to complete a total roof replacement. EPDM membrane or TPO membranes installed as topcoats are also possible solutions.

Composition Shingles

Composition shingles are the most common roofing material seen on homes today. Each shingle features a fiberglass or cellulose mat that reinforces the center of the material. This mat is coated with mineral granules and asphalt which make the shingles waterproof. This is easiest on the wallet.

Have an idea which roofing material you’d like to use?

Need us to help explain which is best for your business?