Commercial Roofing Replacement

The quality and longevity of your commercial building roof are crucial.

Your roof helps your operating costs stay low by controlling energy use and efficiency. It also protects your building from the environmental dangers which weather and age can present.

Even the highest-quality roofing system will eventually need replacement. If a recent inspection has found evidence of any of these issues it may be time to replace your roof.

  • Water infiltration
  • Damage to the interior or exterior of the building
  • Roof membrane damage
  • Movement
  • Uplift
  • Deck and structural issues

Types of Commercial Roofing Materials

We work with our customers to educate them about the many types of commercial roofing materials available. We offer many options to meet your specific needs and budgets. Click on any of these material types to learn more.

An extension of asphalt roofing, modified bitumen offers excellent weather resistance and increased durability. There are two main types of modified bitumen:

  • SBS (Styrene Butadiene Styrene) is a thermoplastic elastomer, has excellent abrasion and aging stability when blended with bitumen.
  • APP (Actic Polypropylene) is a waterproofing membrane that provides superior tensile strength while maintaining flexibility even in cold environments.

However, advances in materials and manufacturing offer better, safer, and more affordable options. While we still offer modified bitumen as an option, we’re doing fewer replacements.

This extremely durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane is widely used in low-slope buildings in the U.S. It’s two primary ingredients are derived from oil and natural gas. EPDM is available in both black and white, in a wide range of widths from 7.5 feet to fifty feet and two thicknesses. This has been a popular material for the past 20 years. It’s a flexible material which easily expands and contracts as the temperature changes. EPDM has one of the longest average service lives in the industry.

TPO is one of the fastest-growing roofing materials for commercial flat roof installations. This thin material is gaining in popularity among building owners looking for a durable, reflective roof. They want something known for being energy-efficient and also affordable. TPO is a single-ply roofing membrane, whose name is a little bit misleading as it is actually one of a few different types of rubber. Typically it is made using a blend of polypropylene and ethylene-propylene rubber. TPO roofing systems are a great choice for your new or replacement roof.

Standing Seam roofing is a metal system with raised interlocking seams which join the panels. Because it is made out of metal, they offer great protection and durability. Metal roofing can contribute to the overall aesthetic appearance of a building. Midwest Roofing is a McElroy certified watertight contractor and we feature a large selection of industry-leading McElroy metal roofing products.

Why Choose Midwest Roofing For Your Next Project

We provide our customers with a high-definition digital-analysis of their current roof. At Midwest Roofing we understand every business has specific needs when it comes to installing a new roof. This is why we walk through each project with our customers and give them a breakdown of all their options. Our professional roofing experts are always ready to help you determine which roofing system best meets your specific needs and budget. If you’re considering a new roofing system contact us today!