Next Generation Renovation has the experience needed to tackle commercial roofing projects of any size.
From apartment buildings to large warehouses, our crews have been involved in large-scale operations where timing and communication are critical requirements.
Give us a call today if you would like us to provide a no-obligation, free estimate for roof repair or replacement. Our experienced project managers will work directly with you and your insurance company.
Check a database with an accredited company like the Better Business Bureau. Additionally, you will want to hire a roofing contractor that is well established in the community…not someone who sets up shop during storm season.
A commercial roof inspection examines the condition of a facility for insurance evaluations or real estate transactions. In an inspection, the contractor makes sure the roofing material is up to code, as well as to determines how much longer the roof will effectively perform.
A commercial roof survey is an examination performed, usually prior to a roofing project, to determine the condition of certain roof components and what work may be needed. If you have concerns or questions regarding your commercial roof, a roof survey is what you need.
We perform both commercial roof inspections and commercial roof surveys. Contact us today to schedule!
If you see any internal damage such as water spots or stains, mold, missing shingles, cracked or curled shingles, you may need a repair or a new roof. Contact us today for a free commercial roof assessment! We can help you determine the quality of your existing roof and develop the best plan of action to protect your business’s physical structures.
Our roofing experts will work with you to find the best commercial roofing system for your business. There are many factors to consider, such as the needs of your facility, energy costs, and the climate. Our qualified experts can help you navigate through the options to determine the best commercial roofing system for your particular business. There are several commercial roofing options available:
- Spray Polyurethane Foam - this also known as spray foam roofing. It is a sprayable liquid that expands into a foam which creates a solid layer across an existing roof.
- Single-Ply Membrane: TPO - Thermoplastic Polyolefin is a single-ply roofing membrane that is UV and heat-resistant, as well as heat-weldable. The membrane contains 3 layers: TPO polymer base, Polyester-reinforced fabric center (scrim), and Thermoplastic Polyolefin compounded top ply. TPO roofs are economical, durable, energy efficient and less time and cost to install. With a TPO roof, you receive the benefits of other types of roofs without the drawbacks and additional costs. According to the National Roofing Contractors Association, NRCA, about 40% of the commercial roofing market is TPO.
- Single-Ply Membrane: EPDM - Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer is a flexible single-ply membrane that consists of a synthetic rubber compound. The NRCA reports that EPDM roofs only hold about 20% of the commercial roofing market.
- Sheet Metal - there are many different styles of metal roofing panels and offer good protection and lifespan.
- Built-Up (Tar, Asphalt, Modified Bitumen) - BUR membranes are commonly known as “tar and gravel” roofs. They are composed of alternating layers of bitumen (asphalt) and reinforcing fabric. They are finished with a top layer of stone or gravel aggregate. BUR creates a continuous sealed surface. Some products also employ an insulation layer, which aids in energy efficiency. Sustainable- a sustainable energy roof not only saves energy, it can also produce it.
We have extensive roofing experience in a wide variety of structure types, including new construction, existing buildings, and historic buildings. Hiring a professional with historic roof repair experience is crucial. Our roofing experts are well versed in historic roofing needs. We understand that historical buildings can be a challenge in order to preserve the style and original design of the roof. You can see our commercial roofing systems on several of the buildings in the historic Bricktown section of Oklahoma City!
The timeframe is dependent upon several factors. Things like the size of the job, the weather, the type of roofing system, and existing damage can affect the timeline. We will give you an estimated length of time for completion along when we perform your inspection!
Our experts can determine whether you need a new roofing system or your commercial roof can be repaired. Depending on the damage, you may only need a repair rather than a replacement! We also provide preventative roofing maintenance to keep your business protected.
If your roof is unsafe, unstable, or irreparably damaged, your contractor will need to remove the existing roof and install a new one. Commercial buildings may not have more than two roofing layers to prevent excess weight and stress on the building structure. If you only have one roof on your building and it is in good shape, you may be able to install your new roofing system without removing the existing roof.
There are many factors in determining the cost of your commercial roofing system such as size, condition of existing roof, access to roof, choice of insulation, type of warranty, roof penetrations, choice of membrane, and choice of installation. Contact our roofing experts for a free roofing estimate for your business!
The length of time your commercial roof will last depends on the type of roof and weather conditions. Generally, you can expect the following:
- Single-Ply TPO: 15 – 20 years
- Single-Ply EPDM: 20 – 25 years
- Spray Polyurethane Foam: 30 – 50 years
- Metal: 30 – 45 years
- Built-Up: 10 – 15 years
When you install your new roof, you will have warranty options, depending on your needs. Most roof warranties require regular roof inspections and maintenance. Check your warranty for details. Often, the warranty can cover a variety of roofing issues like roof leak repair, roof puncture coverage, hail damage coverage, and high winds.
Your first priority is to protect your facility. Move or cover furniture and equipment to protect it from water damage. Call your roofing contractor immediately for assessment and repair/replacement.