Muskoka Commercial Roofing
Commercial roofing systems and residential roofs share the same fundamental purpose of protecting your property or residence from heat and cold climates – this is where the similarities end. The most obvious difference between commercial roofing and residential roofing is the slope of the roof. Smaller residences typically have a steep sloped roof that is visible from the ground and uses materials such as asphalt shingles, and slate.
Given the larger size of commercial buildings, commercial roofs tend to have flat or only slightly sloped roofs which are not visible from the ground. Commercial roofs come in a wide range of materials which are determined by the structure of the building and other factors like climatic conditions such as extreme heat and extreme cold.
Here at Muskoka Roofers, we stay up-to-date on advancement in commercial roofing technology and we are knowledgeable on the best roofing solution based on the needs of the project. Recently new commercial roofing products have been introduced that provide high resistance to temperature extremes and optimize environmental efficiency, helping to reduce stormwater runoff and heating and cooling expenses.
What is commercial roofing?
The main purpose of a commercial roof is to protect the structure and its inhabitants. The most significant difference between commercial and residential roofing systems is the roof’s slope which is determined by the building’s size.
What are commercial roofs made of?
Common flat commercial roofing material consists of one-sheet items such as polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyurethane (TPO), and polybutadiene (EPDM) rubber. These items provide excellent durability and are commonly used in large commercial buildings.
How long do commercial roofs last?
A properly installed and maintained commercial roof should last at least 30 years.
What are the most common commercial roofing materials?
The most common commercial roofing materials are Metal Roofing, Built-Up Roofing (BUR) Membrane, Green Roofing, Spray-On Silicon, Thermoset EPDM Roof Membrane, Thermoplastic PVC & TPO Roof Membrane, and Shingle Roofing.
Is commercial roofing hard?
It is, indeed. You may anticipate putting in a great amount of physical effort if you work in the roofing sector.
Muskoka Roofers Installed our new roof on our 10,000 sq ft home. They were very reliable and completed the roof on schedule with no added surprises.
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We were very impressed with how professional the Muskoka Roofers team were. They worked during the week (9-5) and made minimal disturbance to our property.
Amazing customer service and top quality materials. I would recommend Muskoka Roofers to any business or home owner that is looking to repair or install a new roof.
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