Which Type of Commercial Roof Is Right for Your Business Building?

common commercial roofs

When you set up your business you will have a lot to think about as a business owner. One thing that you will need to decide on is whether you have the appropriate commercial roof for your business location. Depending on the type of business you run will determine what you may need in terms of roofing options. 

There are different types of roofs available so it is important to distinguish between them to help you decide which one is suitable for you.

With the help of a professional, commercial roofing company they can help you understand the different roofs that are available as well. So you will definitely want to consult with them. 

Metal Roof 

A metal roof can be quite a good option for your commercial premise as it is very durable, easy to maintain, and eco-friendly. It may cost you a bit more compared to other materials but its longevity will outweigh the cost of constantly maintaining and repairing your roof. 

Asphalt Shingle Roof 

Opting for an asphalt shingle roof can be good if you are looking for something that is not too cost-effective. It can also be very energy efficient due to the way the underlay is fitted which prevents any air from escaping. This will prevent you from having to spend excessive amounts on heating bills to keep your business premise warm enough. 

Tile Roofing 

Considered to be a more costly option, tile roofing can also be positive in terms of longevity. Its strong structure can mean that you will not need to constantly repair it and is likely to last for many years, meaning you can focus on other aspects of your business once it is installed. They are great at being weather resistant, which is useful if your business is located in an area that could be affected by storms, and are also fire resistant, which is particularly useful. 

PVC Roof 

Considered to be one of the more common commercial roofs, this type of roof is made out of a variety of plastic (Polyvinyl Chloride). It is a more cost-effective option and is particularly suitable for a gentle sloping or flat roof. The material is pretty flexible which means it is great at covering a vast area or any more difficult-to-reach corners. It is sealed at the seams which when done correctly, provides excellent cover against any heavy storms or prevents water from leaking into your building

Overall it is best to get in contact with a professional, commercial roofing company that will help you decide which variety of roof will be suitable for your specific business needs. 

If you’re in the Greater Northwest, we’d love to serve you! Our professional commercial roof repair and replacement specialists serve all of NW Oregon & SW Washington.

You can call and get in touch with Western Pacific Roofing at (503) 659-7663 for all your roofing needs.

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