Just as with residential roofs, commercial roofs have a life cycle and they are also affected by various weather conditions. Oklahoma weather—no matter the sun, wind, hail, rain, snow, etc.—is brutal and can damage your commercial roof. One of the hardest things on your roof is sunshine. The heat of the sun beating down all day, every day can raise the average roof temperature to about 50 degrees above the outside air temperature.
One of the best things you can do for your commercial roof is to install a Duro-Last roof. Duro-Last roofs are prefabricated, single-ply roofing systems ideal for virtually all commercial roofs. Duro-Last roofs are unique in that they have a highly reflective white membrane that delivers energy savings for building owners and managers.
The second best thing you can do for your commercial roof is to provide yearly maintenance. Yearly maintenance ensures that your commercial roof is in good condition and maximizes your investment. It also helps you to stay ahead of any potential problems or roofing hazards so you can fix the problem before it worsens or causes damage to the building. Yearly maintenance may reveal the problem early, so the damage is minimal and the roof’s integrity can be more easily maintained.
We can also provide roof restoration and roof replacement, both affordable options if a business owner wants to go above normal repair. Commercial roof restoration is less invasive but goes beyond a simple repair. Commercial roof replacement is an extensive process, but it is a long-term solution for fixing all roofing issues. A new commercial roof should last 20 years or more.
If you are looking for a roofing company that can accommodate all your commercial roofing needs, please contact Robbins Roofing. We specialize in commercial roof inspection, commercial roof maintenance, commercial roof restoration, commercial roof repair, and commercial roof replacement. Please contact Robbins Roofing for more information on our commercial services or for a free quote.