Commercial roofing in Needham, MA is one of the best ways to improve your building’s appearance and longevity. These roofing systems protect your structure from the elements. The materials used to create and install them make commercial flat roofing different from a residential roof. They typically use materials such as single-ply membranes, modified bitumen, concrete, and tar and gravel instead of the simple asphalt shingles you’d use on your home. Loyalty Exterior Solutions can help you choose from among the many options available, and we can properly install them so that you’ll have excellent results.

Commercial Flat Roofing Services

You’ll know when it’s time to replace your commercial roof when you notice wear, when you see curling or cracked shingles, or when your roof is over 20 years old. There are several types of materials to choose from when replacing your commercial roof. BUR, or built-up roofing, is a standard tar and gravel option that’s perfect for low-sloped roofs. Metal roofs are a popular choice and come in galvanized steel, stainless steel, metal tile sheets, and more. They have high fire resistance and include protective layers to prevent UV damage and rust. Wood, slate, vinyl, copper, and tile are also wonderful options.

Once you’ve chosen the perfect materials for your commercial roof, we will remove the old roofing one layer at a time. As we do this, we’ll inspect the decking and repair any worn or damaged areas. We then prep the roof for the next step. This includes installing a drip edge to prevent leaks. We can add a new layer of insulation over your roof decking, and we’ll install a waterproof membrane over it to keep the roof sealed. Once we prepare your commercial roof, we’ll install the shingles, tiles, or metal you chose as your commercial flat roofing material. We’ll also seal features, such as vents and chimneys, so they won’t leak.

There are many benefits to having new commercial roofing installed.
  • Overall protection
  • Longevity
  • Lower energy costs
  • Improved resale value