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Greenville Commercial Flat Roofing

Quality Roofing Solutions for Your Business

At Ridge Roof, we understand that your business is your livelihood. That’s why we offer a full range of commercial flat roofing services in Greenville and the surrounding areas. Our team of experienced roofers is equipped to handle all of your commercial roofing needs, from minor repairs to complete roof replacements. We're committed to providing you with the highest quality workmanship and customer service, and we stand behind our work. We also offer 24/7 emergency services for those times when you need us most.

Call (864) 532-5624 or contact us online to learn more about our commercial flat roofing services in Greenville and the surrounding areas.

Types of Commercial Flat Roofing Systems

There are several different types of flat roofing systems available for commercial buildings. The best type of roof for your business will depend on a variety of factors, including your budget, the size of your building, and the type of roof you currently have. Our Greenville roofers can help you determine which type of roof is best for your business and provide you with a free estimate for your new roof.

Some of the most common types of commercial flat roofing systems include:

  • Built-up roofing (BUR): BUR is one of the oldest and most reliable types of flat roofing systems. It is made up of multiple layers of asphalt and felt that are bonded together with hot tar. BUR is highly resistant to damage from the sun and other environmental factors and can last for up to 30 years with proper maintenance.
  • Modified bitumen roofing: Modified bitumen roofing is made up of a single-ply membrane that is made from asphalt and a variety of other materials. It is highly resistant to damage from the sun and other environmental factors and can last for up to 20 years with proper maintenance.
  • EPDM roofing: EPDM roofing is made up of a single-ply membrane that is made from a synthetic rubber material. It is highly resistant to damage from the sun and other environmental factors and can last for up to 30 years with proper maintenance.
  • TPO roofing: TPO roofing is made up of a single-ply membrane that is made from a thermoplastic material. It is highly resistant to damage from the sun and other environmental factors and can last for up to 30 years with proper maintenance.
  • PVC roofing: PVC roofing is made up of a single-ply membrane that is made from a thermoplastic material. Like TPO roofing, it's highly resistant to damage from the sun and other environmental factors and can last for up to 30 years with proper maintenance.

When to Replace Your Commercial Flat Roof

Flat roofs are designed to last for many years, but they are not indestructible. Over time, the materials that make up your roof can become damaged by the sun, wind, rain, and other environmental factors. When this happens, your roof may start to leak, which can cause serious damage to your building and its contents. If you notice any signs of a leak, it’s important to have your roof inspected by a professional as soon as possible. The sooner you catch a leak, the easier and less expensive it will be to fix.

Some of the most common signs that your commercial flat roof needs to be replaced include:

  • Water stains on your ceiling or walls – If you notice any water stains on your ceiling or walls, it’s a sign that your roof is leaking. Water stains can be caused by a variety of factors, including a damaged roof, clogged gutters, or a plumbing leak.
  • Missing or damaged shingles – If you notice any missing or damaged shingles on your roof, it’s a sign that your roof is in need of repair. Missing or damaged shingles can be caused by wind, rain, and hail.
  • Cracked or blistered shingles – If you notice any cracked or blistered shingles on your roof, it’s a sign that your roof is in need of repair. Cracked or blistered shingles can be caused by a variety of factors, including wind, rain, and hail.
  • Loose or missing flashing – If you notice any loose or missing flashing on your roof, it’s a sign that your roof is in need of repair. Loose or missing flashing can be caused by wind, rain, and hail.

Why Choose Ridge Roof?

At Ridge Roof, we are committed to providing you with the highest quality workmanship and customer service. We are a locally owned and operated company, and we take pride in serving our community. We offer 24/7 emergency services for those times when you need us most. Whether you need a minor repair or a complete roof replacement, you can count on us to get the job done right the first time.

Call (864) 532-5624 or contact us online to schedule a free estimate for your commercial flat roofing service in Greenville or the surrounding areas.

Check Out Our 5-Star Reviews!

  • “The guys did an excellent job on the roof! They were punctual and very efficient!” - Igor Bakayev
  • “Fantastic experience with Ridge and Mike. The roof looks fantastic! I would recommend them without hesitation and will use them again if we ever need to.” - Broughton Anderson
  • “They were amazing. They were at the house at 7 am and had the roof replaced by that night.” - Shannon Keys
  • “I cannot say enough about how wonderful this company is and how thankful we are for contacting this outstanding company to solve all our roof problems. Most important this company has integrity and can be trusted.” - Paul Rogers
  • “This company was a blessing. They were able to get to me quickly and helped me with the insurance.” - Lyda S.
  • “Out in the yard one day we noticed a shingle from our roof had come loose in the wind. We called several other roofers with no response.” - Timothy D.
  • “Just had our roof replaced with Ridge Roof Restoration after hail damage. It was super easy and they guided us through the whole process helping us to know what to expect.” - Jerrel P.

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