Commercial Roofing

Commercial Roofing SWFL

Reliability, longevity, and quality are all at our core at Richardson’s Roofing with every job that we evaluate, quote, and complete. This could not be more true for our larger commercial roof installations. Our company, crew, and staff are highly trained and ready for any commercial job- large or small. We know how important it is to have a quality roof that is going to stand the test of time and hold up during various weather. Cape Coral Roofing Pros has the experience and professionalism needed to complete any commercial roofing project in the local and surrounding area.. 

No matter what your roofing needs are, if the job is small or large or tried and true experts have the experience to get your excellent results every time. Our staff can help you design your roof in the exact way that will be best suited for your place of business. We not only can install your roof no matter the size, but we also provide repair and maintenance to help ensure you get the most possible life out of your roof. From apartments to high-rises, factories and office blocks, we have the tools and experience to complete the job exactly how you need it. 

Waterproofing
Worker on application Synthetic waterproofing PVC-P and TPO / FPO

Types Of Commercial Roofing

Metal roof: your standard type of roof, made from corrugated metal panels that are attached to existing structures. Metal roofing is usually made from steel or aluminum and is incredibly light, strong and fire-resistant. Roofs made from galvanized steel can still be efficient up to 40 or 50 years later.

Built-up roof: an excellent alternative to traditional roofing materials, built up roofs include multiple layers of felt or fabric that are laminated together with asphalt or coal tar. This type of roof cancels out noise as well as being waterproof and weather resistant. Built-up roofs last between 20 and 25 years

Bitumen / modified bitumen: bituminous felt roofs are excellent for preventing tears, abrasions and are weather resistant, and are reinforced with either polyester or fiberglass. This type of roof is most commonly used in areas that experience a lot of rainfall because they are very waterproof.

Coated roof: coatings are usually applied to extend the life of your existing roof, offering a cost-effective alternative to replacing your entire roof. Coated roofs are water-tight and reflective, meaning your internal temperature is not as high in very hot weather, saving your air conditioning costs.

Thermoplastic: these types of roof are made from a lightweight material called polyolefin and the more commonly known PVC, leading to a roof that is reflective and resistant to UV light. Thermoplastic roofs can also prevent tears, abrasions and are resistant to most chemicals. Roofs made from PVC and similar materials last for between 15 and 20 years.

EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer): these types of roof are made from a synthetic rubber made primarily from oil and natural gas. EPDM roofs are resistant to UV, weathering and tearing. The life expectancy of EPDM roofs can last forty years or more.