Commercial Roofing

Commercial Roofing Services in Dallas

Relying on a trusted roofing contractor for all your commercial roofing needs can make all the difference to your business. Rely on Envision Roofing for all your roofing needs.

Commercial roofing needs are just as important, if not more, as residential. A leak can cause damage to inventory, create a slip and fall hazard, and make working conditions difficult. Business owners also have a responsibility to customers to provide a safe and clean environment to shop. Not only can damaged roofs cause leaks, but they can create mold, allow pest infestations, and electric issues including fires.

As a business owner, the most beneficial option when roof repairs happen is to have them repaired right away. At some point, you might also need to have the roof replaced in order to maintain our business insurance, and protect your assets. Whether you need repairs or replacement, trusting a contracting with commercial roofing experience is the best way to protect your company.

Need a roof installation quote for your business? Give us a call to set an appointment with our trained roofing specialists.

Signs You Need Commercial Roofing Repair

Commercial roof repair can be more important in a business than a residential home. Not only can it cause the same type of problems, but there is the added worries over customers, inventory, and equipment. For that reason, it is important to keep taking care of any repairs as soon as they are spotted.

Here are the most common commercial roofs repairs to watch out for:

  • Energy Spikes: If you notice a spike in energy costs, it could be due to cracks or holes in the roof. Some other issues could be damaged flashing on chimneys or vents and the roof is no longer airtight.
  • Water Leaks: Leaks in the roof may not always be apparent by pooling water or dripping from the ceiling. While leaks are never good, the accumulation of moisture can cause water stains on the ceiling, equipment issues, mold, and pest infestation.
  • Damaged Ceiling Tiles: As mentioned above, ceiling tiles can become stained from water damage. It is important to also keep an eye out for sagging tiles, or bowing supports.
  • Bubbling: Many business roofs are flat, and have a single-ply roof material. Bubbling can occur when the moisture is trapped between the roof and the material below. One or two bubbles is not a big deal, yet four or more should be a cause for concern.
  • Bald Spots: If you have a pitched roof, any bold spots or missing shingles indicate you to need to have repairs completed.
  • Roof Seams: Any opening in the seam of the roof, or damage to the fastenings, a roofing technician should be contacted.

Already notice some damage, give us a call for repairs before a small problem becomes a big problem.

How Can A Damaged Roof Affect Your Business Or Commercial Property?

Roof damage can cause significant issues in a business or commercial property. These issues can be very costly and hurt your bottom line. Here are the most significant problems it can cause:

  • Slip and Fall Hazards: Water leak in a business can cause slip and fall hazards for the customers and the employees that can cause serious damage.
  • Inventory Damage: Business, such as retail stores, hold a lot of inventory in their location. Water leaks and excess moisture can create significant damage dramatically lower the ROI for the business owner.
  • Equipment: Many companies also have expensive equipment that can be damaged by water and the rust it can cause.
  • Pests: Openings in the roof can allow small rodents to enter the building. Also, excess moisture can attract insect infestation.
  • Rising Energy Costs: As mentioned above, roofs that are not airtight allow energy to escape the building. This will cause an increase in energy costs.
  • Financial Costs: A roof that needs to be repaired can hurt the bottom line in more ways than one. Repairs that are put off will eventually require a replacement. Also, large repairs or emergency situations can cause downtime in the business.
  • Appearance: Finally, a damaged roof can have a shabby appearance causing the facade of the building to suffer.

Are you ready to have a new roof installed? Give us a call to see what options will work best for your business.

Commercial Roofing Options & The Benefits

Depending on the type of building you own can make a difference in the material you choose for a roof replacement. Different roofing types also have different benefits depending on your needs. Here are the six most common commercial roofing materials available.
  • Built-Up: Built-up membrane or BUR is the most common tar and gravel roof. It is the most durable and cost-efficient.
  • Modified Bitumen: This is similar roofing to built up. It is applied in layers and requires little maintenance. It is also cost-efficient and durable.
  • Thermoset: Also know as EPDM, is this a rubber roofing that is very durable especially for ultraviolet light and ozone. It is flexible, requires little maintenance, and keeps cooling energy-costs low.
  • Metal: metal roofing come in a verity of looks and types from steel to aluminum. While it is fire resistant, it does require coating due to the capacity to rust. The cost can vary depending on the type of metal and coating, however, with the right care, it can outlast other options.
  • Thermoplastic: This type of roofing is great for resistance against chemicals, oils, and UV light. Typically made of PVC or TRO material, it is durable and requires less maintenance. The cost is average, and it is great for restaurants.

When it comes to your business, you do not want to leave the care of your roof to just anyone. A professional commercial roofing contractor will have the knowledge and experience to make sure your roof is repaired correctly. They will also have the ability to install a new roof with little disruption to your daily operations.

Envision Roofing has been the leading in commercial roofing for 30-years. Our skilled roofing technicians are available to discuss the roofing options for your new business. Give us a call today at (469) 237-3799!