Commercial & Industrial Roofing Contractors
RoofTek services and installs single-ply roofs on existing buildings, on new construction, and performs flat roof repairs and maintenance!
We provide full roofing installation to commercial and industrial contractors. This includes membrane roofing, metal installation, and shingles. For a bid on your project please reach out to our team of roofing professionals.
Re-roofing a building that is occupied and in use requires planning, experience, and communication to minimize disruption. In addition choosing the correct roofing system for your project is crucial. RoofTek has dedicated project managers that will go above and beyond to ensure your roof is completed with precision and excellence.
Our team is ready to do whatever it takes to stop your leak and perform any repairs. We have a full time staff dedicated to repairing and inspecting roofs to serve you.
RoofTek can also extend the life of your roof by performing maintenance or inspections.
Choosing The Right Roof for Your Building
We’d love to help you select the right materials for your specific roof. Here’s an overview of the options:
TPO Roofing Membrane
TPO membrane is the fastest growing roofing material worldwide. More than 40% of commercial roofing installations today use TPO.
TPO offers four features that make it extremely effective. The heat-welded seams of TPO make it stable. Seams do not fail overtime. TPO is highly puncture resistant compared to alternative membrane products. Another advantage to TPO is dimensional stability. It does not expand or contract as the temperature changes. Finally – TPO is one of the most energy efficient membranes in hot summer months and has high UV resistance.
Installation methods include mechanically attached, fully adhered, new construction and commercial and industrial overlay. TPO is not recommended for ballasted roofs.
TPO Membrane has a wide array of colors and options.
EPDM Roofing Membrane
EPDM roofing is essentially synthetic black rubber roofing. EPDM roofs can be very effective as roofing system.
EPDM roofing systems can be installed in very large sheets, meaning fewer seams. Where there are seams seams are glued or taped. EPDM installation methods include fully adhered or ballasted. These attachment methods are very reliable – but can increase the labor cost of installation.
Three disadvantages to EPDM are that it is not resistant to animal fats or petroleum based products, as a system it is known to expand and contract in hot climates, and its seams must be maintained overtime to prevent failure.
PVC Membrane Roofing
PVC Membrane is an excellent option for commercial and industrial installation.
Like TPO PVC seams are heat welded giving the product a monolithic structure that is highly leak resistant and lasts for years. PVC membrane is also highly puncture and heat resistant.
One key difference between PVC and TPO that can be applied to existing structures is that PVC is NOT compatible with asphaltic products. If an existing roof is asphaltic it may be advantageous to tear off the asphaltic roof – or install TPO (because it is compatible with asphaltic products).
Advances to PVC technology make it a product that has ongoing application in the roofing industry.