Commercial buildings located in South Florida often require structural updates to preserve the value of the property. More specifically, many commercial property owners must invest in one of the most important structural systems of a building: the roof. With so many renovation projects available for a commercial roof, All American Roofing is here to narrow them down. Here are the top three commercial roofing services requested by South Florida property owners.
Commercial Silicone Coating
A professional silicone coating can aid a roofing repair or restoration by securing the roofing system after a minor or major leak. Silicone coatings can be applied to single-ply membranes and granulated modified bitumen. The highly durable coating can contract and expand, allowing for flexibility during extreme weather conditions occurring throughout South Florida.
A TPO repair, or thermoplastic polyolefin repair, is a repair to a specific synthetic material used in the construction of some commercial roofs. Traditionally, TPO roofs are UV and heat resistant; therefore, maintaining their structure after a leak or minor damage is crucial to prolonging the lifespan of the commercial roofing system.
Finally, if a TPO repair does not do the trick, a commercial property owner might opt for a complete TPO reroof. Some common TPO reroof options include a TPO fully adhered reroof and a TPO mechanically fastened reroof. Either way, a TPO reroof will give your property the protection it needs to last as long as possible.
If you are interested in learning more about the commercial roofing services available to you, do not hesitate to reach out to us. We can provide you with all the information you need to make an educated decision when investing in your roofing system. To schedule a visit from our team of experts at All American Roofing, please call 954-772-ROOF(7663) or visit our website.
Understanding Florida TPO Roofing Systems
South Florida properties need roofing systems that are dynamic. This means they must withstand Florida’s heavy rain, wind, and sunlight all year long, they must be cost-effective, and they must be able to last their full lifespan.