Bryan Texas Roofing installs economical and efficient roofing for all kinds of commercial, industrial, municipal, educational, and manufacturing purposes. Our roofs are tough, waterproof and professionally installed with a view to lasting long and looking good. We install all kinds of roofs but here are a few of our popular commercial options. Call us to find out more about what type of commercial roofing will be most cost efficient for your business.
Tough, great at resisting wind and not prone to fire damage, metal roofs are a popular choice for commercial establishments. Light and therefore able to be installed directly onto existing roofs a metal roof should be good for forty years or more, particularly when it's from us and therefore treated with coatings to protect against rust and UV damage – particularly important here in the Lone Star State. Roofs can be aluminum, tin, or galvanized steel and we'll be happy to run through the pros and cons of each when you call us.
Built Up Roofing
Commonly called Tar and Gravel roofs the built up roof style is great for flat roofs and consists of alternating layers of tar (or asphalt) and supporting fabric that are applied directly to the flat roof surface. To finish of we apply a layer of stones or gravel that offer protection, look good, and make the surface easy to walk on which is important on a flat roof that may house air conditioning units, water tanks, and solar power installations. With no joints or seams to look after a built up roof is a really low maintenance option.
Spray Polyurethane Foam
SPF is an increasingly popular choice for commercial roofs which is sprayed onto an existing roof as a liquid that then expands as it dries into a foam layer. Don't be fooled into thinking that because it's foam it's not tough since a properly applied SPF roof can last for fifty years. Because it is one continuous service (at least it is if we do it) there are no seams to eventually let in water and it is famously energy efficient which is good news for both the planet and your pocket book. The foam we use is environmentally friendly, low in VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and the fact that it goes straight on to an existing roof with no tear off required means it is very low waste and one of the fastest and most cost effective roof options.
Single-Ply Membrane Roofing
Single-ply membrane roofing involves a sheet or rubber of synthetic material that is both fixed in place and chemically sealed onto a layer of insulation. Popular membranes are TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) and EPDM (ethylene propylene diene terpolymer), a tough synthetic roofing membrane made from oil and natural gas. The insulation type remains your choice and can be tailored for your energy needs while all single-ply materials come with the highest fire rating. Which is good news for your business, your customers, employees and your insurance premium.