THE TRUSTED COMMERCIAL ROOFING CONTRACTOR IN THE MARYLAND & DC AREA NEAR YOU
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The Local Commercial Roofing Specialists with Over 145 5-Star Reviews in Maryland
At ROI Construction, we have the have the knowledge and experience to design, repair, replace and maintain all types of commercial roofing systems including flat roofs, sloped roofs, and metal roofs. We handle a variety of projects on all scales and our partnerships with the leading manufacturers allow us to provide our commercial roofing clients with any type of roof they need at the best possible prices for Baltimore area roofing.
We are industry leaders serving Maryland, Washington DC, and Northern Virginia. We offer the latest innovations in commercial roofing systems, and are equipped with an in-house team of highly skilled roofing specialists.
Each and every day we push the envelope to become better! A better company, a better team, and better individuals. It’s our duty to provide all of our clients with the best staff, products and experience possible!
Honesty – Through clear communication from start to finish, our goal is the complete satisfaction of each of our clients.
Quality – We provide only the best products on the market through strategic partnerships with industry leading roofing, siding and gutter manufactures.
Passion – ROI is always working hard, so you can worry less! We give you 100% effort, 100% of the time! When it comes to reliability, no one beats ROI!
Knowledge – We are a second generation roofing company that has served Maryland, Washington DC and Northern Virginia for over 25 years!
Commercial Roofing Services We Offer
We provide numerous commercial roofing solutions and services to our commercial clients, no matter the size of your project.
Our name is our best asset, so we’ll never sell you something you don’t need – and its what makes us the most reliable contractor in the county. If you’ve got a leak or a damaged area, we’ll assess the problem, fix it, and do whatever we can to make sure it doesn’t happen again, including recommendations for preventative measures you can take to avoid problems in the future.
Commercial Roof Replacement
Roof failure, leaks, old and neglected materials, or a recently purchased building that needs upgrades are all reasons why a roof might need to be replaced. Commercial roof replacement may be required when installing an A/C unit, a plumbing stack, an exhaust vent, a skylight, or additions to increase your building’s energy efficiency. Depending on the condition of your roof or other needed work being done, a full or partial roof replacement may be required.
We understand that a new roof is a significant expense for your company which is why we will always work to provide the most economical and smartest solution. We also know that eventually maintenance efforts will fail and a new roof will be required for your business.
That’s why we’ll collaborate with you to choose the best solution for your needs once that time arrives. After that, we’ll make sure it’s expertly installed and built to last for a long time.
Commercial Roof Repair and Maintenance
By the time we see a leak manifest, there’s a large amount of damage done that has gone unseen. You might be surprised to know that many roofing contractors won’t repair commercial roofs. They’re only looking for big contract replacements and may even tell you that a minor repair requires a replacement because that’s how they make the most money from you.
Roof Repairs are a great solution if a full installation or replacement is not necessary. When commercial roof repair makes the most sense, we’ll work with you to outline our approach and timeline to ensure your expectations are met with the least amount of disruption to your business and fix the problem areas to extend the life of your current roofing solution.
Common Commercial Roof Issues:
- Leaking & Ponding Water
- Open Seams
- Blow Off from Extreme Weather
- Splitting & Ridging
- Hail & Storm Damage
Keeping roof drains free of debris is an important and often neglected maintenance item. In fact, it is perhaps one of the most important flat roof maintenance items, since its neglect could lead to an array of serious problems that would require repairs. If a roof drain becomes clogged, water will pond on the roof. Ponding water is extremely problematic as it can seep into flashing seams and freeze, weakening the seams. Because 90% of all flat roof leaks occur at the flashings, repairs to the lap seams in the base flashings often need to be made.
Flat & Pitched Commercial Roofing
ROI Construction has experience with a variety of commercial roof slopes from flat to steep slope roofing; each has its challenges, and each requires an individual approach to the roofing materials selected. If you have a steep slope or pitched roof or a combination steep slope and flat commercial project, we can help you find the right materials for your business and your budget.
Our Most Popular Commercial Roofing Materials
Thermoplastic Polyolefin is a single-ply roofing membrane that is a popular choice for low slope roofs. Despite plastic being in its name it is actually a blend of polypropylene and ethylene-propylene rubber. TPO is available in a bright white material which can reflect UV rays and heat away from the building potentially saving you money during hot summer months! Most commonly, TPO Roofing Systems are applied on commercial or industrial roofs especially in the Baltimore and DC areas.
Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer is commonly referred to as rolled rubber roofing. It’s durability and longevity is due to its composition make up of recycled tires, slate dust, and sawdust. It can be easily coated to match a desired color of your choice and is a cost efficient material to help protect your commercial roof.
A Polyvinyl Chloride roofing system is a thermoplastic membrane that is best known for its flexibility. The American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM) requires any roofing membrane to have a minimum breaking strength of 200 pounds per inch and PVC far exceeds this standard as it has a minimum breaking strength of 350 pounds per inch. It is recommended especially for buildings containing restaurants or near airports due its resistance to chemicals and animal fats that could arise from grease vents.
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Commercial Roofing Systems and Industries We Serve
As a leading Maryland Commercial Roofer, we will be glad to assist and lend our commercial roofing expertise to you for a retail, high-rise, hotel, medical, manufacturing, industrial, or commercial property of any type. Whether you are looking to repair, coat, maintain or replace your roof, let ROI’s unparalleled customer service help you make the best decision for your business’ roofing needs.
- Apartment Complexes
- Office buildings
- Shopping Malls
There are many reasons why we continue to be the roof repair service of choice for businesses and commercial property owners in your area. We’d love to tell you how we are a family owned and operated, second-generation roofing business. How we are the most reliable contractor that will do a great job, give you a reasonable & fair price, guarantee our work, and make you a happy customer for life, but we’ll let our reviews verify that for us. Who knows, maybe one day soon you’ll be leaving us another 5-star review! But for now you can click that link to read what our happy customers have to say. Or click here to see some of our past projects!
Commercial Roofing FAQs
The life of a commercial roof varies according to the type and materials used to build it. EPDM flat roof can last for around 30 years, PVC roofs can serve you for over 20 years, and TPO commercial roofing has a lifespan of around 15 to 20 years. The longevity of a roof also depends on how well you maintain it.
A few of the high performing commercial roofing systems include PVC roofs, a preferred choice for a commercial flat roof, metal roofing, which is the right choice for a building with a roof slope greater than two inches, TPO, and modified bitumen roof.
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