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#1 Commercial Roofing Services In Texas

We provide a roofing contractor who will provide quality workmanship with top tier materials while protecting your property.

When it comes to commercial roofing, we understand that your business is important to you. Making sure that your business is running smoothly and is remaining profitable is crucial for your business to survive.

That is why our commercial roofing experts are here to help you.

Being a business owner is chaotic and stressful even when all you need to focus on is the normal day to day business concerns. Worrying about damages or other issues with your commercial roof shouldn’t be added to your already very full plate. At Presidio Roofing our experts will make your commercial roofing needs our top priority.

There are several different reasons why you might need our help, either with some sort of repair or possibly with a replacement roof. When it comes to your business you don’t want to spend weeks waiting for the job to be done, especially if your business revolves around customers entering the brick and mortar establishment.

Whatever the reason may be, we ensure that your roof will be fixed or installed swiftly and precisely.

The Best Commercial Roofing Materials for Texas

Single-Ply Membrane Roofing:

Single-ply membrane roofing is one of the most popular commercial roof materials available. One of the reasons why it is so popular is because there are a wide variety of options for single-ply membrane roofing. There are 2 main groups each of which have several sub categories.

Thermosets would be the first group which have membranes that use synthetic rubber polymers. These polymers are EPDM, CSPE, and Neoprene. These types of rubber roofs are cheap and easy to install but they have their own set of pros and cons.

Thermoset Rubber Roofing Pros:

They are fairly quick and easy to install and tend to be a more cost effective material. A rubber roofing system when properly installed has a lifespan of around 20 to 35 years. EPDM is also quite durable against weather and can withstand heat and cold. When using the carbon black roofing material it adds additional UV protection.

Thermoset Rubber Roofing Cons:

In hotter climates with prolonged heat exposure (such as Texas) rubber roofing materials have a tendency to shrink which can cause problems with your commercial roof down the line.

The black color of this type of roof attracts more heat and even though there are white options they are not as durable as the original black rubber.

Thermoplastics are the other type of single-ply membrane and they use plastic based materials. The two types of thermoplastic membranes are PVC and TPO. There are some differences between PVC and TPO that will be good to know before deciding on which one will work best for you.

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Thermoplastic Roofing Pros:

When it comes to commercial roofing in Texas TPO and PVC are both excellent options.

Both TPO and PVC are highly energy efficient, however, TPO is 100% recyclable.

TPO is also very flexible which makes it perfect for custom jobs on commercial property.

Another advantage of using TPO on your commercial roof is because it’s cheaper and more efficient.

PVC roofing is extremely durable and is fire retardant. The PVC is actually a self-extinguishing material which is very important for your commercial property and for your business.

Thermoplastic Roofing Cons:

One downside to using TPO is that it’s still a relatively new roofing material and has only been used since the late 80’s.

TPO is not fire retardant like PVC is.

PVC is more expensive but most people find that for the lifespan, energy efficiency and the fire retardant properties that PVC will end up paying for itself over time.

Commercial Metal Roofing:

Metal has been used as a roofing material since longer than most people can remember and for very good reasons. There are countless advantages to using metal roofing on residential and commercial properties alike. When it comes to commercial roofing you can’t go wrong with a metal roof.
Metal Roofing Pros:

When it comes to roofing material metal is one of the most energy efficient. It can actually help drive down your overall air conditioning costs and end up paying for itself.

These types of roofs are extremely durable and super lightweight especially to intense weather such as hurricane strength winds and can last a very long time without needing repairs.

They also require very little roofing maintenance and don’t need to be repainted. Moss and algae tend not to grow on metal since most metal materials are actually toxic for plant life. They are fire resistant, more so than most other roofing materials. Metal can be painted many different colors and can even be shaped to specific looks such as clay tiles. The lifespan of a metal roof is around 50 to 70 years before needing replaced.

Metal Roofing Cons:

The only real downside to metal as a commercial roofing material is that they can be somewhat expensive. However, if you think of it in terms of the roof saving you repair fees, maintenance fees, and lasting as long as 3 asphalt shingle roofs would then really the metal roof is the cheaper material to use.

Built-Up “Tar and Gravel” Roofing:

The built-up roofing material is better known as a tar and gravel roof. This is because that is essentially what the roof is made of. There are altering layers of asphalt and fiberglass sheeting as well as a tar (aka bitumen). Tar and gravel could be a great option for commercial roofing in Texas depending on your specific needs.

Tar and Gravel Roofing Pros:

Built-up roofs are actually very low maintenance if they are properly installed.

These roofs are sealed so they can handle water that might start to pool on the roof if the downspouts become clogged with leaves.

They offer a great deal of UV protection and tend to be very energy efficient as well helping with your air conditioning costs for the building.

Tar and Gravel Roofing Cons:

The average lifespan of a built-up roof is only around 20 to 25 years which is about the same as a standard asphalt shingle roof.

Tar and gravel as a roofing material can be very heavy which will need to be taken into consideration for your commercial roof.

No matter what material you decide Presidio Roofing is here to help you. We are in the business of making your business run a little smoother. So let us take over your commercial roofing project. We will personally ensure that your new roof will be installed quickly, will look great and will function even better for years to come. So give us a call today at (210) 899-5600 for your free estimate.