Flat commercial roofs in Rome do not have to be problematic. Call us to maintain, repair or replace yours.
The majority of commercial buildings in the Rome, Georgia area were built with flat roofs. There are a number of reasons why this is the case, with the main reason being the cost of construction is lower. It would take a huge amount of materials to build the type of sloped roof you see on most homes when you consider the size of a commercial building. Although flat commercial roofs are not exactly flat, with most having a 2% grade for drainage purposes, they are the most economical even though they need replacing sooner than a sloped roof.
At Midian Roofing, we have more than enough experience with flat commercial roofs, so we can help you with maintaining and repairing yours in order to give it the longest life possible. With expert attention, we have seen flat commercial roofs last even longer than the average lifespan. A lot has to do, also, with the quality of the workmanship when the roof was first installed. With our hand-picked team doing the work, you can expect the best results possible when we install flat commercial roofs, so if your roof needs to be replaced, give us a call for a written estimate and information about our product and labor warranty.
There are various options when it comes to flat commercial roofs, such as PVC and white reflective TPO roofs. If you would like more information about the best options for your property, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our owner has over 22 years of experience in the roofing business and began Midian Roofing in 2000 to provide the area with the highest quality services for flat commercial roofs and other types, as well. You can trust us for no problems, only solutions!
At Midian Roofing, we offer services for flat commercial roofs in Fort Mill and Rock Hill, South Carolina; Charlotte, Pineville, and South Mecklenburg County, North Carolina; Rome, Atlanta, Athens, Calhoun, Dalton, and Summerville, Georgia; Chattanooga, Tennessee; and Anniston and Birmingham, Alabama.