Ready to replace the dated roof on your commercial property? Not sure what options are the best fit for you to consider? If you want to install a roof that is easy to maintain, weatherproof, and will last for years to come, NJ & PA Commercial Low Slope Roofing is a roofing material that is built to last. Plus, it is easy for our licensed, bonded, and insured roofing contractors to install onto your commercial property. So, if the time has come for you to replace the old, dated roof on your place of business, look no further than our team of specialists to install your new low slope roof.
As the name implies, NJ & PA Commercial Low Slope Roofing is a roof that slopes 2 to 12 inches of run. What do these roofs offer? First and foremost, they help with draining water away from the roof and your structure. So, it’s not likely that water damage will ensue after you install a low slope roof. They rely on mechanical drainage to help drain water away from your property, which can make the drainage system more efficient than that of traditional roofs.
A low slope roof will also help to improve the heating and cooling in the building. They have an extra layer of insulation, which will help conduct heat and cold, regardless of which time of the year it is. So your property is going to feel more comfortable than it would with other roofing materials. There’s also less maintenance work to be done on NJ & PA Commercial Low Slope Roofing in comparison to other roofing finishes and materials. So, you will need to have an annual inspection to check the drainage and to do general cleaning. This is also a good time to have our team clean the gutters. But, apart from this, there are not many additional duties or work you’ll have to do in terms of maintaining the roof over time.
A low slope roof is also far more affordable to install than other materials and types of roofing. Less material is required, so there’s less to install, and less labor to do on the roof. In turn, we can charge a lower rate for us to install your new roof, as opposed to other materials you would otherwise have chosen when installing a new roof onto your commercial property.
When installing NJ & PA Commercial Low Slope Roofing, you can choose from a few different material finishes based upon your business’s needs. Some of the options include
Standing seam metal roofsCoated roof systemsAsphalt composite shingle materialsRoll out EPDM or rubber materials
As long as you work with the right contractor to install the new roof, you aren’t limited in your options. Furthermore, there are several finishes and colors you can choose from, if you choose to have a coated roof installed onto the property. So, it is going to look good, and you do not have to settle on a cheaper material finish, when you decide to install low sloping roofs onto the business.
Our licensed, bonded, and insured team of roofers specialize in working with commercial roofing systems. We have years of experience in removal, installation, and general maintenance work for commercial properties. So, you can rely on our experience and knowledge in the field to do the job right when you hire us. Additionally, we are honest. Therefore, we are not going to try to sell you a higher priced finish, just to charge you more for our work. We will make sure we deliver what you want, and that we can work with you no matter what your budget is when installing a new commercial roof. We want to make sure our customers are happy with the work we do, so we fully warrant and guarantee our labor and services, in addition to the warranty that is going to come from the manufacturer for the new roofing material which you hire us to install onto your commercial roof.
Now that you know what we offer and about our integrity, how about the work we do? When you hire us to install new NJ & PA Commercial Low Slope Roofing, we will
Inspect your roof, siding, and structure of the propertyMake note of major damage we need to repairDetermine the best way to install the low slope roof and how to properly slope it if there’s no slope currently presentRemove the old roof and dispose of itMake sure to fix all deviations or problems on the roof and level it so we can safely install the new roofApply the new roofing materials, coating, and other weatherproof guards onto your new roofPerform an inspection after the installation to make sure there are no traces of movement or issues with the workDo a walk through with you of the new roof and let you view it to ensure you’re happy with the work
We will also answer all questions about maintenance, the gutters, cleaning, or other general questions you might have about the new roof we have just installed onto your commercial property. We want to make sure you are not only happy with the outcome, but also that you understand how to care for and maintain it, so that you can preserve the roof and extend the life span of your new roof as much as possible after we install it.
If you are ready to install a new roof, have any questions, or want to find out more about NJ & PA Commercial Low Slope Roofing, the materials, and our process of installation, do not hesitate to reach out to our team today. We are here to answer your questions and talk to you about the work we can do. Give us a call so that we can schedule your consultation, and allow our team of experts to discuss the many options that are available to you as a commercial business owner, when the time has come to install a new roof onto your property
These roofers rock! Integrity and loyalty is the best way to describe them. Not only do they do amazing work, they do it with honesty and fair prices!
Heritage Builders came out to my rental house I have in Middletown and repaired a leak that other roofing companies said couldn’t be fixed. They were able to save me thousands and I have saved their number in my phone.
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Shawn has been 5 stars since the moment I called him to come look at our roof. He has helped us so much and gone out of his way to get the job done. I will highly recommend him to anyone looking for work done on the roof and home. Reliable, professional, friendly, honest and does a great quality job. You can tell he cares about doing his job well and making his customers happy. He is also really good at explaining what and why. Well done!!! Great company. Thank You.
We just used them to put a new roof on our house, and couldn’t be happier!
* For qualified buyers. $116 represents an average roof replacement. Your monthly payment may be more or less depending on the size of your roof.
If there is mold, bad water stains, cracked, curled or missing shingles you may need a new roof. We can help you determine the best plan of action to best protect your business.
Most roofing systems manufacturers today highly recommend the installation of walk pads in areas of high foot traffic and around rooftop equipment such as HVAC units, vents, and pumps. These resilient puncture resistant protection pads provide the added membrane protection needed when these units are serviced should hand tools, parts, fasteners or access panels be accidentally dropped or not be secured properly, walk pads protect the roofing membrane so that potential holes which could lead to leaking if often prevented. They are also a safe, simple, economical solution to protecting your roof from damaging foot traffic and when installed correctly and spaced correctly they will not “dam” water and offer superior as well as safer traction on smooth surface roofs.
There is no way to get a direct answer to this type of question since the price of any roofing project will depend on a lot of factors. For example, what kind of roof you would like, how big the building is, and more. The best way to know for sure is to contact Heritage Builders for a free estimate.
Our goal is the same as yours – to complete the project with optimal results in the least amount of time at the right cost. With that in mind, we will provide the right number of technicians to complete the job.
Commercial metal roofing is among the most durable roofing systems on the market, but metal roofs require at least 4% slope, according to the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA). For flat roofs—or those with less than a 4% slope—a built-up roof membrane provides increased durability over most single-ply roofing systems.