Commercial Roofing | Re-Roofing

Re-roofing involves removing or overlaying an existing flat roof system, and when it comes to commercial roofing, ICC Roofing Company offers a variety of solutions for commercial re-roofing projects, including:

Water Proofing

ICC Roofing Company offers solutions to sustain, prolong, or restore the service life of most flat roof systems using fluid-applied roof membranes known as Coatings. The finish coat is typically white, though it is available in 15 different colors.

With the proper care, prep work, and product selection, after the water proof coating is installed, an aged roof can look and perform extremely well, while earning up to a 20-Year Manufacturer No Dollar Limit (NDL) Warranty on labor and materials. These systems are often times considered cool roofs and earn energy star ratings. Although these systems perform and act like new, they are still considered a roof repair and can qualify as a tax write-off.

Have a flat roof that needs water proofing? Contact us today for a complimentary consultation and estimate.

Single-Ply Membranes

Use of single-ply membranes for roofing is alive and well in the United States, dating back to the early 70s with the introduction of the EPDM (Rubber) membrane. Since that time, products like PVC and TPO have also become popular. These roofing membranes can be applied in a variety ways, including fully-adhered, mechanically attached, or a combination of both. The EPDM membrane is normally black, whereas the typical PVC and TPO sheets are white with the option of a few colors.

ICC Roofing Company can use these systems over an existing roof to avoid a full tear-off and keep costs down. When installed to the correct specifications, each of these single-ply roof systems will qualify for a 15 to 20 Year Manufacturer No Dollar Limit (NDL) Warranty on labor and materials.

 

Spray Polyurethane Foam SPF

Use of Sprayed Polyurethane Foam (SPF) has been widely overlooked in the roofing industry because of its complex application process. Unlike a single-ply membrane, packaged as the finish product from the factory, SPF is manufactured on-site. However, when done correctly, ICC Roofing Company believes no other system can provide the same integrity, insulating value, longevity, and sustainability as a sprayed foam roof system. SPF roofs are typically applied as a spray-over system and can often help you avoid risks and costs associated with a traditional tear-off. These roofing systems can be extremely hail resistant and often times the return on investment is seen before the warranty has expired.

ICC Roofing Company installs Sprayed Polyurethane Foam (SPF) systems and has extensive experience with this roofing system in various applications. Contact us today for more information on an SPF roofing system for your commercial building.

 

Metal Roof Restoration

Metal roofs have been used for over a century to keep businesses and farm buildings dry, and many of the metal roofs we see today have been in service for over 30 years. While these roofs have proven longevity, eventually the galvanized or painted metal coatings can start to wear thin, rust appears, and the fasteners loosen up, causing the seams to leak.

Instead of risking tearing off and installing a new metal roof, ICC Roofing Company recommends restoring metal roofs by using a Metal Roof Restoration (MR) process to bring that leaky, old, and rusty roof back to life. And with a little maintenance, these roofs can be restored again and again with just a simple recoat step. Once the restoration is completed, the entire metal roof system will be free and clear of rust, all seams and fasteners will be sealed, and your roof will have a new white protective coating. Metal Roof Restoration extends the service life of your roof and leaves a sustainable solution for the future. Fill out the contact form to the right today to get your metal roof restored to its former glory.

 

Complete Tear-Off

Sometimes it’s necessary to tear-off or completely remove an existing roof system down to the decking/substrate because of wet insulation, rotten decking/substrate, or the roof’s condition is such that a lay-over material is not applicable.

This isn’t a doomsday scenario, however great attention to detail is needed to ensure the new roof system will meet the minimum building code requirements followed by your city or county code policies. Some important details include decking/substrate, pitch or slope of roof system, how to attach it, insulation, roof drains, and roof penetrations.

If you’re faced with a complete tear-off of your commercial roof, contact ICC Roofing Company. With our experience and in-depth knowledge of commercial roofing systems, we can help you choose the right solution for your building, your budget, and that will keep your business operating throughout the tear-off and installation of your new roof.