Denver Commercial Roofing
A roof that is nearly flat or just slightly pitched for water channeling is called a low-slope roof. No roof should be truly “flat” – though it may appear from the ground to be flat; every roof should have a intentionally designed slight slopes for drainage. Most often low slope roofing is used in commercial buildings. Problems are common and more difficult to diagnose with low slope roofing because the leak area is often not directly located where the water is appearing inside the building. The roof should have NO areas of standing water. Standing water on a roof can be caused by sagging or rotted roof decking or improper drainage design.
Colorado Roofing has been fixing and installing low slope commercial roofing for decades. We’ve seen many interesting issues on the various rooftops of Colorado buildings! Old buildings, new building construction, retro-fit, you name it, when it comes to low slope roofing, we’ve seen it and fixed it…and with outstanding results. We have very strong relationships with the top commercial roof manufacturers. Our stability and long history of good work provides you with unparalleled quality and guarantees.
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Metal roofing is a popular choice for commercial roofing applications because it’s beautiful, offers low-maintenance, and durable; often lasting 2 to 3 times longer than an asphalt-based system. Highly resistant to the elements, it can be installed on low or steep-sloped roofs, and is available in a variety of styles and colors to match any building design.
Like any other elements that make up a building exterior envelope, a metal roof has several basic elements that, when designed and installed properly, will provide a building with a roof surface that will yield decades of satisfactory service.
A metal roof is a functional element of a building that has certain wind load resistance responsibilities. It is certainly responsible for protecting the interior contents from the exterior atmospheric elements, but it has to have the capacity to remain in place to provide this protection. As has been evidenced by the effects of hurricanes, tornadoes, and the like, their capacity to withstand such devastating forces is unsurpassed in the roofing industry.