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Commercial Roofing 

Commercial Services

At Restoration Builders, we’d like to remind commercial building owners not to forget about their roofs. Flat roofs are more prone to leaks, which is why it’s so important to stay on top of maintenance. Our expert technicians are available to inspect your roof and provide you with a detailed assessment of its condition as well as discuss what your options are. We can service all of your commercial roofing needs, including roof repairs and roof replacement.

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Emergency Response

The Restoration Builders network has members located throughout the United States. These highly experienced, reliable disaster response experts are ready to deploy locally, serving nearby homes and businesses in their native communities to assist with any of the following:

24/7 emergency services
Professional storm damage assessment
Water damage repair
Wind damage repair
Emergency board up
Structural stabilization

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Roofing Services Through Restoration Builders

Built-Up Roofing

Built-up roof membranes, otherwise known as BUR or “tar and gravel roofs,” are some of the oldest commercial roofing systems available, having been used in the United States for over 100 years. That being said, modern built-up roofing systems have adapted with the times and often incorporate an insulation layer that allows for improved energy efficiency within a commercial building.

EPDM Roofing

These systems are commonly used in low-slope buildings across the United States and the world. They are sometimes called rubber roofs, and they’ve been a leading choice in the commercial roofing industry for the past 40 years. As the name implies, they are made from ethylene, propylene, and diene monomer, which makes for a strong, reliable roofing membrane that can stand the test of the time. With an EPDM roof, you won’t have to break the bank to get the quality and longevity you want out of your commercial roof.

Slate Tiles

Slate Tile Roof

One of the oldest roofing materials on the planet is ground-quarried slate. It is hard to beat the beauty of a slate roof. Slate is also one of the most durable and long-lasting roofing materials available. These two facts make slate a popular selection for roofing on some of the planet’s most important and beautiful structures. You often see slate roofs on churches, government buildings, universities, office buildings and very prestigious residences. A slate roof will last as long as 200 years. 

Project: First Presbyterian Church in Independence, KS

TPO

TPO is designed to reflect UV rays, limiting the amount of exterior heat gain that transfers into the building. This lowers the need for air conditioning, helping reduce your utility bills. TPO is very durable and long-lasting, limiting the cost of repairs or replacements down the road. As an added benefit, TPO roofing is made from recycled plastic and is very environmentally friendly. TPO roofing is an ideal commercial roofing type because it is applied in large rolls fully adhered and mechanically fastened or ballasted. Its durable material is essentially waterproof. For a commercial building, TPO is the most cost-effective method to make your roof energy-efficient and, as a result, can help save money on energy costs.

Elastomeric Coatings

Elastomeric

Elastomeric roof coatings are a liquid material that is used to coat commercial roofs. This coating has properties that make it elastic enough to contract and expand when the temperature shifts. This makes it possible for commercial roofs to adapt and remain extremely durable in any weather condition. Whether the summer sun is beating down on your roof or it has to put up with below-freezing winter nights, elastomeric coatings will help your roof withstand it all.

Porcelain Tile

Porcelain Tile Roof

Porcelain tile is a natural material that is very beautiful and closely resembles the look of slate. While slate is quarried out of the ground, porcelain tile is clay material that is factory made and finished in a kiln that reaches 1,500 degrees. The hardness of the finished material gives it the “porcelain” designation. Porcelain has a very low water absorption rate, so this product performs especially well in the cold climates where destructive freeze/thaw cycles can pester more absorbent roofing materials.

Project: Trinity Episcopal Church in Longview, TX

Working with us is easy – every step of the way.

Inspection & Consultation

We'll come and inspect the property, look to see if a repair or replacement is necessary.

Superior Selection

We will then show you our product lines and provide a customized solution for your home and budget.

Professional Installation

Our expert teams will make sure service is done correctly  from start to final clean up. 

Ongoing Satisfaction

You’ll enjoy a Guarantee on all of our work, alongside our industry-leading warranties.

Why Use A Restoration Builder?

At Restoration Builders, we pride ourselves on sourcing products that are manufactured with the latest technologies, and because of our national presence, we can offer affordable prices that many other competitors can’t meet. With a variety of best-in-class products accessible to you, your experience is personalized to your budget and needs. Plus, you’ll enjoy a Guarantee on all of our work, alongside industry-leading warranties.