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Commercial Roofing

At Integrity we believe in two things: doing things the right way and doing things the right way the first time. We have a dedication to this philosophy of the right way and the first time.

Our team will amaze you with our dedication to quality and attention to detail regardless of the size of the job. If you need commercial roofing,we are the best at what we do. Call Integrity, we will do it right the first time.

Why a professional commercial contractor? A professional is recognized as a person who has a specialized body of knowledge and has received intensive training in a particular field. Another common way of determining that people are professionals is by contrasting them with amateurs, and that’s exactly what we’d like to talk to you about.
The roofing technology has changed markedly in the last 10 years. New roof coverings, insulation materials and innovative application techniques demand the education and expertise of a professional.
Are you ready for a re-roof? After a hail storm or storm damage has hit your area, it may or may not be obvious that you need a new roof. While some hail may produce leaks that appear immediately, quite often hail may only fracture your roofing materials, which leads to premature roof failure. An inspection by a professional roofing contractor can answer this question. If you have a roof that is fifteen years old or older and it starts to show signs of storm damage deterioration, or produces leaks, it is time to call your roofing professional for an inspection and consultation.
Sun, wind, rain and hail have all had a chance to damage your roof and the time has come to think about re-roofing. How do you know if your roof is ready for re-roofing?
Where do you start? How many bids should you get? What part should you play during the construction process? What is fair to expect of a contractor?

What to expect from a good commercial roofing company?

When providing a bid you can expect us to:

  • Inspect the roof

  • Interview you or your staff on problems and concerns

  • Take core samples to determine conditions

  • Examine all roof top conditions and perimeter details

  • Provide a detailed recommendation for a quality roof system for your building

Roofing Systems
Single Ply – EPDM
1Single Ply – EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer), sometimes referred to as ‘rubber’, is a thermoset membrane material. Its flexibility and ability to be installed in most climates makes EPDM one of the most popular choices in today’s low slope commercial roofing market.
EPDM membranes can be installed either with adhesives (fully adhered), mechanically attached with plates and screws or loose laid with ballast. EPDM membranes can be repaired easily and although most commonly is installed as black, can also be available in white.

Single Ply - Thermo Plastics
2Thermoplastic Single-Ply systems (TPO and PVC) are among the fastest growing roofing systems today. Similar to EPDM, Thermoplastic systems can be used in many different applications. TPO and PVC roofing systems combine the durability of EPDM membranes with the performance of a heat welded roofing system (meaning the seams are ‘melted’ or welded together).
Most TPO or PVC systems are installed as white taking advantage of the inherent reflective properties however; most manufacturers can customize the color of membrane including popular options such as gray, tan or black.

4An alternative to traditional roofing is using a metal roofing system. Although the initial investment is higher compared to a traditional roofing system, metal systems have been shown to last 2-3 times as long compared to those traditional systems which typically last anywhere from 10 to 20 years.
Another benefit to metal roofing systems is the flexibility on colors and designs. Metal roofing systems can come in the form of Standing Seam or can be made to look like Asphalt Shingles, Tiles or Cedar Shakes.
Although Metal Roofing Systems can come in the form of Copper and Stainless Steel, the most popular choices are Aluminum and Steel.

5Roof Coatings are becoming more and more popular in prolonging the life of both traditional and metal roofing systems. Roof Coatings can be applied by either the rolling or spraying methods and essentially add a ‘top coat’ to the existing roofing system. Similar to retrofitting a roof, Roof Coatings is a popular alternative because it is more cost effective than a retrofit. Additionally, compared to a retrofit which essentially adds another layer of roofing material, Roof Coatings create a chemical bond to the current roofing substrate essentially ‘bulking up’ the existing system.
Most Coating manufacturers offer 5 or 10 year system warranties on Coatings Installations..

Modified Bitumen
6Modified Bitumen, commonly referred to as Mod-Bit, is another asphalt based system is similar to B.U.R. Systems. Mod-Bit has been successfully used in North America since the 1970s and is made to have less brittleness in cold temperature, greater flow resistance in warmer temperatures, more elasticity than comparable B.U.R. systems, greater strength, quality assurance of membrane production consistency and control, and reduced labor for installation. There are different surfacing options including reflective coatings to cut cooling costs, color options to compliment building designs, existing shingles, or the standard white granules.
Mod-Bit Systems can be applied in two ways: Cold Applied, or with Self-Adhesives (Peel and Stick).
Integrity uses trusted brands such as Viridian, Firestone, Johns Manville, Garland and GAF when considering Built-Up Roofing Systems as a possibility in your roofing project.


As with any roofing company, you can call and get one or two customers individual experience. However we would like to offer you something that 99% of roofing contractors can’t the recommendation of the top shingle manufacturers in the nation!
 These are the company’s that design the roofing systems and manufacture the roofing products. They are the authority in the roofing industry. They have done the research on our company: they have contacted our customers, tested our roofing knowledge, and verified our insurance 
 as well as issued exams to our crews. They have completed research that even the most discriminating homeowner would appreciate. After their extensive testing and years of scrutiny, we are recognized as being in the top 1% of roofing companies in the nation! These manufacturers are so sure of us they allow us to put their name and reputation out there for your peace of mind!
Why should you choose a Preferred Roofing Contractor because their credentials represent the highest standard of excellence, quality and knowledge in the shingle industry?

The people that know the most about the roofing trust Integrity Roofing and Exteriors!

Interested in a new roof? Schedule your free in-home estimate here.

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