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New Jersey Low Slope Commercial Roofing Specialists
Looking for a reliable low slope roofing contractor in New Jersey? Low Slope roofs are often used on commercial properties and come with a slight slant that enables them to drain water efficiently.
They are essentially made of three components, including; waterproofing layers, surfacing, and reinforcement. The waterproofing layer is responsible for protecting your commercial property from harsh weather. The reinforcement component adds more structure and strength to the roof while surfacing protects your roofs from harmful UV rays.
We’re a leading provider of commercial roofing & low-slope roofing services in New Jersey. We install all kinds of commercial roofing, including low slope roofs. We have over ten years of experience in installing, repairing, and maintaining commercial roofs, so be assured of quality work if you choose to work with us. Whatever type of slow slope roofing you want to be installed, repaired or replaced, contact our NJ roofing specialists today to schedule a free inspection.
Types of Low Slope roof materials
Flat roofs don’t drain rainwater as efficiently as high pitched alternatives, which means the materials used have to be highly resistant to water damage and wind. Water can easily pool on these types of roofs, meaning leaks ought to be avoided as much as possible.
Hiring a certified commercial roofer to carry out regular inspection and maintenance is highly recommended if your commercial building has a low slope roof. Here are the most common low slope roofing materials:
We are experts at installing all types of low sloped roofing materials in New Jersey. If you’re searching for a contractor that uses quality materials and guarantees quality workmanship, get in touch with Roof Works today. Call us today to schedule a free consultation and receive a free quote.
Advantages of Low Slope Roofing
Low Installation Costs
Low sloped roofs have lower installation costs compared to steep or high pitched roofs. Simply put, steep-sloped roofs require more materials, effort, and time; thus, they are more expensive than low sloped roofs. Contractors can easily cover more ground using fewer materials and effort when installing a low sloped roof.
Fewer Materials Required
Even though most materials for low sloped roofs are expensive, few materials are required to cover the entire roof. In the end, commercial builders looking to save on costs prefer these types of roofs of high pitched alternatives.
Efficient Heating and Cooling
Low sloped roofs are more efficient at heating and cooling than high pitched roofs. High-pitched roofs cover a larger surface and include the attic, which puts a serious strain on the building’s heating and cooling system. If you’re looking to reduce your commercial building’s energy costs, talk to our roofing specialists today to schedule a free consultation.
We’re certified roofing experts with 10 years of experience at installing, repairing, and replacing all sorts of commercial roofs in New Jersey and its surrounding areas. Contact us today with all your commercial roofing needs, and we’ll schedule a free onsite consultation.
We are certified low-slope roofing specialists, offering an extensive list of low slope services including:
- Low Slope Commercial Roof Repair
- Low Slope Commercial Roof Replacement
- Low Slope Roofing Estimates
- Low Slope Roofing Inspections
- Low Slope Roof Leak Inspections
- Low Slope Roof Coatings
- Low Slope Roofing Maintenance Programs
- Commercial Low Slope Roofing Storm Damage Repairs
- Commercial Low Slope Roof Hail Damage Replacement
- Emergency Low Slope Roofing Repair & Tarping Services
Whether your building is in Toms River, Brick, Jackson, Lakewood, Manchester, Berkeley, Lacey, Stafford, Barnegat, Little Egg Harbor, Point Pleasant, Beachwood, Plumsted, Asbury Park, Allentown, Middletown, Howell, or other nearby cities, we look forward to helping you with your low-slope commercial roofing project!
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With over 40 years of experience servicing the New Jersey area, we take pride in our NJ roots. We are deeply devoted members to our local community, and work tirelessly to build our company on exceeding the need’s of homeowners and businesses across New Jersey. Take peace of mind in hiring a company you can trust!
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When it comes to roofing, we know that you have many choices, and can be overwhelmed with options. We take pride in our reputation as one of NJ’s top roofing contractors, as we strive to exceed EVERY customer’s lofty expectations. Our job is not finished until you LOVE your new roof and are completely satisfied. We are in business to serve you.
This ultimately depends on the condition and health of your flat roof. During your free estimate, a technician can explain your options and if repairing your flat roof can safely extend the life of your flat roof.
Not all commercial roofs have to be replaced. You may be a candidate for restoring your roof with roof coatings, or repairs may be possible!
Yes – we provide roof coatings! Roof coatings are an excellent option to consider if your roof is a candidate! Coatings can cost 50% less than having your roof completely torn off and replaced!
The cost for a new commercial roof depends on many variables, such as the size of your roof, is it flat or low slope, what material you are looking to install, and other factors. An inspection is required to properly answer this question.
If your building has suffered storm damage from a hail or wind storm, your insurance may cover the cost of having your roof replaced from an “Act of god”. You will need to check your policy with your carrier. We provide free storm damage roofing inspections to help assess the condition of your roof following a significant storm.