There are a variety of roof covering system options for commercial and industrial buildings in Florida. Chapter 15 of the Florida Building Code defines a "flat" or low-sloped roofing system as anything less than a 3:12 pitch. The roof covering types for flat or "low sloped" roofing systems include:
Flat roof systems in Florida fail for a variety of reasons: harsh weather, expansion and contraction, ponding and standing water, wind damage, third-party damage, and age.
Commercial Energy Sytems, LLC, a leader in the flat and "low sloped" roofing industry in Florida, and specializes in restoring and refurbishing flat roof commercial and industrial systems using a high-solid (96%), single-component silicone elastomeric and/or spray polyurethane closed-cell roofing foam.
"What type of roof do we have?"
"What is the best solution for our failing roof?"
At Commercial Energy Systems, LLC, these are the questions we hear most often. The answer to both requires an inspection before we can make a professional recommendation. Quite often, the roof can be restored through the application of silicone elastomeric or polyurethane foam at a much lower cost than complete replacement.
If you are looking for an industry expert to evaluate your commercial or industrial building roof system, and to provide a professional recommendation to restore or refurbish your existing flat or "low" sloped roofing system, please contact Commercial Energy Systems, LLC today for a free evaluation.
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