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When it comes to commercial roofing, it’s important to choose something that will not only add to the aesthetics of your office building, but also that is cost-effective and will last for years to come. Fortunately, at Four Seasons Roofing, we have experience in a number of commercial roofing types and can help you decide on what type of roofing will be best for you, as well as provide you with a well-installed roof that won’t leak or cause problems.

Here are the most common types of commercial roofing that we can install for you:
Foam Roofing

Easily the most popular choice for a commercial roofing material, sprayed polyurethane foam (SPF) is especially good for low-sloped and flat roofs. It is applied as a liquid, which provides a completely seamless covering over your roof, keeping any moisture, dirt, or pests from sneaking in.

Some of the advantages to foam roofing include: - Environmentally-friendly as it reflects heat and requires little to no upkeep. - Durable so you don’t have to worry about it being damaged by storms or weather. - Light-weight which helps avoid the need for heavy structural support. - Affordable to apply in terms of both labor and material costs.

Tile Roofing
Although tile roofing may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about commercial roofing solutions, it’s certainly an option that many business owners are choosing because of its attractive and unique appearance.

Some of the advantages to tile roofing include: - Durable, so much so that they typically last up to 50 years. - Fire resistant which means limiting your liability. - Great drainage so any water that falls on it will keep moving. - Insect- and rot-resistant so you don’t have to worry about those types of damage to your roof.

Built-Up and Flat Roofing
Great for large commercial roofs that are low-sloped or flat, built-up roofing is actually a technique that has been around for a number of years. This type of flat roofing is made up of a base sheet, several layers of fabric, a layer of cement or tar, and a surfacing component that are all laminated together.

Some of the advantages of built-up roofing include: - Versatility as it can be used on nearly any type of roof. - Durable as it can not only withstand weather, but also foot traffic, and often lasts beyond its expected lifespan. - Cooler as you can add reflective materials that limit the heating effects of the sun.

Shingle Roofing
Although much more commonly seen on residential housing, there are plenty of businesses that prefer using shingle roofing. Shingle roofing is made of asphalt and can come in both single and double-bonded shingles to offer better protection for your commercial building.

Some of the advantages to shingle roofing include: - Versatility as they come in a wide variety of colors, shapes, and styles. - Affordable because the materials and cost of installation are both low. - Lightweight which means you don’t have to worry about the load of the roof on structures.

Commercial Roofing Assessments
Whichever type of commercial roofing you currently have or are considering getting, we also offer commercial roofing assessments. When you regularly have your roof inspected by our professionals, you can save money by avoiding a small problem becoming a much larger problem in the future.

Call Four Seasons Roofing to set up a commercial roofing inspection today!

Commercial Flat Roofing

When it comes to flat roofs for commercial properties, Four Seasons Roofing is the best roofing choice in Maryland. We are a full-service roofing company and perform installations, inspections, maintenance, and repair for flat roofs.
Our experience in installing and repairing flat roofs involves hundreds of roofs which has help make us one of the most experienced roofing companies in Baltimore. One of our areas of specialty is flat roofs for commercial properties which make up around 60% of our clientele throughout Maryland.
Because flat roofs are unique in their design and require special care, you need to make sure you hire a company that has the experience necessary to work with this type of roofing. Although other companies or handymen may claim to be able to do any commercial construction project, most simply don’t have the expertise for flat roofing.
By hiring us for all of your flat roofing needs, you can rest assured that everything will be done correctly and professionally the first time. With contractors that are not flat roof specialists, you don’t have that guarantee which could mean more damage is done to your roof. This could end up costing you more money and wasting more of your valuable time in the long run.
Whatever your commercial flat roofing needs, we can provide you with a no-hassle consultation that’s absolutely free so you can see exactly what we can do for you and your business.
Here are some more details about each of our commercial flat roofing services:

Flat Roof Installation

When it comes to commercial flat roof installation materials, there are several great options. Our roof installation specialists can help you decide which of these materials will work best for your specific roof and budget. No matter which of these materials you choose from, our flat roof team is filled with experts that will ensure the roof is installed properly and promptly.
Here is some more information about the flat roof materials that we can install on your business:

Duro-Last

With 40 years in the roofing business, this company is one that you can trust. This flat roofing material is made with PVC. It’s a single-ply roofing that is custom-made for your roof which helps to ensure that there are no leaks. Some of the benefits to this type of roofing is that it’s durable but low maintenance which can help keep down your ongoing costs.

Duradek

For roofs that need to be walked on, you’ll want to go with Duradek roofing. This company specializes in creating deck surfaces that go above a number of areas, including commercial buildings. These surfaces are waterproof so you don’t have to worry about anything leaking into your office. But they’re also aesthetically-pleasing and sturdy enough to host an office party.

EPDM

Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer (EPDM) is made up of two different rubbers combined for extra strength and durability. Rubber is a great material for flat roofs because it expands and contracts as the outside temperature changes, ensuring that every crack and crevice is still covered and won’t leak. This material can be found in white or black.

TPO

This commercial flat roofing material is Thermoplastic Olefin (TPO), and is one of the newer options on the market today. However, they are gaining in popularity because they are inexpensive to install and may help you save money on energy bills as well since they are energy-efficient. You can find this durable roofing material in several different colors.

Torch Down

Another type of rubber roofing material, Torch Down is installed using torches to heat the material so it adheres to your commercial roof and fills in every crevice to prevent leaks. Like other types of rubber roofing, it protects your building through every type of Maryland weather since it expands and contracts as needed.

Flat Roof Inspections

Even if your roof is in good shape, regular inspections are an important part of keeping it that way. We recommend scheduling regular roofing inspections for your flat roof that will make sure that there aren’t any small problems that could develop into bigger ones. Generally, a roof inspection is part of maintenance that will keep your flat roof in good shape.

Flat Roof Maintenance

Regular roof maintenance for your flat roof can help save you tons of money since we can prevent some of the most common problems that lead to leaks and other types of roof damage that require roofing repairs. There are a number of things that we will do during routine flat roof maintenance to keep your roof in great shape.
Here are just a few of the things we do during roof maintenance:

Cleaning

Making sure dirt, leaves, and other debris aren’t building up around drains and in gutters will help ensure that water is draining off of your roof properly rather than pooling. Pooling water can cause damage and lead to a leaky roof.

Check for Tree Limbs

Falling tree limbs can easily cause damage to your roof, which is why we routinely check for overhanging tree limbs that could come down during strong winds, storms, or after a heavy snowfall. Having these removed as soon as possible could save you a lot of time, trouble, and money.

Check for Moss

If there are any types of unwanted vegetation such as moss or other plants growing anywhere around your roof, this is a sign that your roof is in danger. If there’s enough accumulated water for plants to grow, then there’s enough to damage your roof.

Check Inside

Water stains and other signs of water damage inside of your building on your ceilings and walls are a definite sign that there is leaking happening from the roof. This is a problem that will then have to be taken care of quickly, before it gets any worse. Give us a call to schedule your roof maintenance and an inspection today!

Flat Roof Leak Repair

Even if you are facing a very small problem with your flat roof, it’s important to get it taken care of immediately. When it comes to flat roofs, what appears to be a small problem could actually be a much larger problem and it is not unusual for a flat roof to unexpectedly collapse even though it looks like it’s in good repair.
Here are three of the common problems that will require flat leak repair:

Ponding

When water is not properly draining from a flat roof, it will do something called ponding. If you notice water that is gathering in certain areas of your flat roof, give us a call immediately so we can figure out why the water is pooling and solve the underlying problem before it gets worse.

Splitting

This is the perfect example of how a small problem can become a bigger problem. When water gets into a small crack on a flat roof then freezes and unfreezes in typical Maryland weather, then that crack begins to expand until a leak forms.

Blistering

In some types of flat roofing material, air can become trapped between the layers, leading to small air pockets forming. If that air pocket or blister breaks for any reason, it can provide a pathway for water to seep through the roof layers and into your commercial building.

Roofing Experts

Do you need a new flat roof on a commercial property? Have you had an inspection or maintenance done on your commercial flat roof recently? Have you noticed signs of leaking or other damage and find yourself in need of commercial roofing repair? Whatever your concern, our commercial flat roof experts will help solve the problem for you quickly and effectively. The sooner you give us a call, the more money you can save by avoiding a problem worsening over time. Give Four Seasons Roofing a call today at (410) 995-7744 and we can provide you with a no-obligation estimate to let you know exactly how we can help solve any flat roofing problem.

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