Commercial Roofing in St. Louis County, MO
At GoEcoExteriors, we offer services for commercial roofing in St. Louis County, MO. We are committed to providing exceptional craftsmanship with every project we take on so your business can be adequately protected from the elements.
Eco-commercial roofing tends to have a low slope or is entirely flat, and much larger than a typical residential roof. The standard design of a commercial roof has a few factors to consider, such as the weight of the equipment housed on the roof and the need to cover a larger area. Commercial roofs require skilled roofing services that are familiar with building around smokestacks, airflow systems, and external piping.
Experienced and competent roofing companies in St. Louis County can meet the demands for commercial and residential requirements. At GoEcoExteriors, we offer all flat roof options. We are pros in just about every roof type, having serviced many commercial buildings throughout the St. Louis Metropolitan area.
Types of Commercial Roofing
Built-Up (BUR) Roofs have been in use in U.S. commercial roofing for over a century, and are often the most economical commercial roofs available. They’re composed of layers of bitumen and reinforcing fabrics (called ply sheets) and come in varying thicknesses, depending on the application.
Sprayed Polyurethane Foam Roofs
Sprayed Polyurethane Foam Roofs are constructed using a layer of polyurethane foam insulation, made of isocyanate and polyol, topped with a protective coating. The protective coat is spray-applied elastomeric coating, though in some cases, it is hand-rolled.
Single-Ply Roofing like Thermoplastic (TPO) Roofing, Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Roofing, Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) Roofing, or Hypalon Roofing, is flexible, lightweight, easy to install and can (depending on the specific material and the color of the roof) reduce energy usage, making them greener too.
Other types of Tile Roofing are constructed using clay and ceramic tiles. These roofs have a storied tradition and are excellent for keeping out rain and moisture.
A Green Roof sometimes called a Living Roof, is a commercial roof that’s partially or completely covered with a growing medium and vegetation of some kind. Green Roofs absorb rainwater, provide insulation, create a habitat for wildlife, and even help to lower urban air temperatures.
Modified Bitumen Roofs
Modified Bitumen Roofing (sometimes shortened to “Modified Roofing”) is similar to Built-Up Roofing in that it’s made from layers of reinforcing materials and asphalt (bitumen), but the asphalt is modified for increased resistance to heat and cold.
Slate Roofing has a long history and is one of the longest-lasting roofing materials on the market. Slate roof construction creates a truly charming look, due to the natural beauty of the stone tiles that comprise their appearance.
Solar panels (or photovoltaic panels) are used to convert sunlight into electricity using solar cells. Solar roofs are an excellent renewable energy resource and pay for themselves in utility savings.