Industrial Roofing Types

Industrial Roofing Types

Industrial Roofing Types

Repairs to commercial and industrial flat roofing systems are unavoidable. Although flat roofing materials have an estimated life cycle, with the correct maintenance plan and competent repair staff, you may extend the life of your roof and increase its performance.

Any sort of roofing material will be affected over time by exposure to the sun, wind, and overall climate.

It’s critical to establish a maintenance plan with frequent inspections, cleanings, and professional attention after a roof repair, replacement, or installation. Why? Maintenance programs help you avoid catastrophic damage, extend the life of your roof, and preserve your company’s day-to-day operations.

Commercial and industrial buildings require unique roofing materials due to their architectural pitch. A single-ply membrane, modified bitumen, or built-up materials are commonly used in low slope (or flat) roofing systems for commercial buildings. Rooftite Projects has years of experience replacing commercial and industrial flat roofs and is well-versed in removing old materials and installing new flat roofing systems.

Metal Roof Repair for Commercial and Industrial Roofing Types

Metal roofing is one of the most energy-efficient industrial roofing types systems due to its longevity, low-maintenance life cycle, and cost-effectiveness. Metal roofing is the go-to solution for commercial and industrial buildings nationally, regardless of climate, because it is resistant to weather-related damage and deterioration.

Commercial Shingle Roofing Contractor with Years of Experience

Shingles maintain a stranglehold in the commercial roofing market, despite their popularity as a residential roofing design. Shingles provide both permanent coverage and visual attractiveness for commercial projects with a sloped roofing system. Most commercial roofing contractors have little experience with large-scale shingle jobs for commercial structures and will only work on flat-roofed structures.

Applying shingles to your business structure, like residential roofing, provides a number of advantages. The following are the top advantages of commercial shingle roofing, from style to cost efficiency:


Shingles are the most adaptable roofing material, coming in a wide selection of media, colors, and shapes, making it simple to create the appearance of any sloped business building. Shingles come in a wide variety of forms, from charcoal-gray asphalt to molded metal. Recent installations can be found in our Commercial Shingle Gallery.


Shingles are a cost-effective roofing option due to their low material costs and ease of installation. Asphalt shingles, in example, are a cost-effective option to cover your business structure: they’re less expensive than other materials, easier to install, and long-lasting, making them a popular choice for both commercial and residential properties.


Shingles are a long-lasting roofing solution that may be used in any environment, whether for residential or commercial use. Commercial roofing shingles with metal shingles have the longest life cycle. Molded metal shingles, which are normally attached in panels, are an emerging trend in metal roofing and are just as resistant as standing-seam metal panels.

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