Denver Commercial Roofing Contractors
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Commercial Roofing Service in Denver
Installing proper commercial roofing can save your business thousands of dollars in energy bills and maintenance fees. And in today’s economy, every dollar counts. You need a certified Omaha roofing company. We can help with all your roofing service needs. Contact AGR Roofing & Construction to receive a free estimate and begin saving money on long-term overhead costs.
Commercial Roofing Process
Types of Commercial Roofing for Denver
Commercial Metal Roof
Commercial Metal Roofs can last from 40 – 60 years. Often made with galvanized steel, aluminum or other coated metals. This type of roof system can be outfitted with snow removal or a solar power system.
Built-up Roofing (BUR) Membrane
BUR is made with layers of gravel and tar, depending on the number of layers these roofs can last around 20 years. Installation and maintenance are relatively inexpensive compared to other commercial roofing systems.
Thermoset EPDM Membrane
Thermoset EPDM (ethylene propylene diene terpolymer) also called thermoset roofing is made of rubber rolled on membrane. While resistant to the elements, it does not hold up well to a lot of foot traffic.
Why Choose Canopy?
When it comes to roofing or construction, you often find yourself choosing between safety, quality, and price. With us, you get all three. At Canopy, we set the standard for every other professional roofing service and construction business in the Denver area. Our professional roofing staff are friendly, safe, and certified, and we pride ourselves in completing jobs on time and within budget.
Whether you are seeking a new roof or repair, Canopy has the tools, experience, and attention to detail you need. For more information about materials and pricing for roofing services, reach out to us. We’re glad to help.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a commercial roof?
Businesses use a variety of roof types that residential installations do not. While a residence would typically use asphalt, wood, or slate shingles, a commercial building might use a metal roof or hot asphalt roof. These buildings often have a nearly flat roof with very little pitch. A residential roof, though, would typically use a pitch of about 4/12 to 12/12, while a commercial building might use a 1/12 or 2/12 pitch. No matter what material you pick for your commercial roof, it will require expert roofing installation and professional maintenance thereafter. Canopy Roof & Solar is here to help with all of the expertise you need to keep your roof in great shape for a long time.
How do residential and commercial roofs differ?
The typical American residential roof has a pitch of about 7/12. This lets water easily drain off the roof into the gutters and ensures that debris doesn’t build up. Commercial roofs, however, use a much lower pitch. Their nearly flat design is popular because it easily works around air systems, electrical boxes, piping, and smokestacks that a residence would not have. The knowledge and experience needed to work around these pieces of equipment requires a professional roofing service like Canopy Roof & Solar.
How long does it take to install a commercial roof?
The median for roof installation on a storefront, office building, or restaurant ranges between two and three weeks. If inclement weather occurs, this can slow the work by temporarily halting installation. Other influential aspects include the project’s materials and the building’s size. Book a free inspection today for a unique quote!
How much does a commercial roof cost?
While costs can vary, the typical estimate for a commercial roof ranges between $3.50 and $7.00 per square foot. Canopy Roof & Solar provides you with an in-depth, accurate roofing estimate, so you can fully understand the value of hiring professional roofers. We’re happy to work within your budget to get you the roof that fits your business’s needs.
What roofing material should my business use?
Many options exist for your commercial roof installation, but each building’s needs are unique. You should consider a few factors before deciding on your roof type, including the following:
- Building size
- Sun exposure and heat distribution
- Foot traffic durability needs
The most common materials for commercial roofs are metal, spray-on silicon, and shingles. Our commercial roofing contractors specialize in metal and shingle roofs, but Canopy Roof & Solar has experts on hand to install other types as well. For more information about materials and pricing, reach out to us. We’re glad to help!
Contact Us for Free Roofing & Solar Quotes!
We’re happy to provide free roofing & solar quotes for homeowners in the Denver area looking to make repairs on their existing roof, install a new roof, or add solar panels to their roofing setup.