Large scale roofing projects can be a problem for companies that don’t have enough personnel to be able to handle larger projects. That is not something that is going to be a limiting factor for us. We’ve been a part of many commercial roofing projects in the past. Not only do we know most of the ins and outs of our actual duties if you will, but also we know how the process could work. If we would have to work under a construction company or other colleagues that are simultaneously working on the same project.
The Types of Commercial Roofs That We Tend To See
Usually in commercial roofing original builders don’t really want to overthink things. They are going to install a flat roof an aluminum roof or something like that. Unless they are trying to create some type of themed building. We see this quite a bit in Asian cuisine style restaurants. Even in those cases ideally, you are not going to be using tiles you are going to be using aluminum or metal roofing. We’ve seen all sorts of designs and ideas play out, we’ve been able to help repair and install them. There are not too many things that are going to surprise us at this point!
The main thing that we want to see when we create or repair flat roofs is that we are ultimately dealing with a sturdy surface and ideally we give the roof a natural incline to be able to allow water to flow down from the roof. These types of roofs are actually not that hard to be able to install. They may require a bit more maintenance than what many people would like. If we are able to keep puddles on moisture off the roof there is a good chance that these roofs will end up being a great option for years to come.
Planning Repairs, Replacements or Setups
Of course, when we are planning any type of service on larger roofs we need to make sure that we take even the small details into account. There are some obvious things like making sure that we know how much weight the frame can take. That way we will be able to determine what type of roofing materials we can actually work with. This is not all that goes into planning though. We also want to know at what time we can work on your property so we don’t disturb the natural flow of business. Things as simple as proper scheduling can actually go a long way.
No Bloated Pricing
Just because we are going to be working on the roof of your business and that by definition is going to fall into our commercial roofing services doesn’t mean you have to overpay for these services. The reason we make the distinction is that in commercial roofing we may have a lot more legal requirements and restrictions than we will homes. If the size of the project and the size of the paperwork is the same in a house and a business you can expect to pay the same price for commercial roofing.