Shingle Roofs in Philadelphia
While it’s very common for commercial buildings in the Philadelphia area to use flat or low slope roofs, it’s not a universal attribute of all commercial buildings in the area. Many small or residential-sized buildings have been repurposed as commercial buildings, which means they still use the traditional sloped or pitched roofs. If you run your business out of a building like this and it has recently been affected by a leaky roof, you should contact Evertight Roofing Solutions right away.
At Evertight Roofing Solutions, we have been specializing in the installation, repair, maintenance and replacement of all types of commercial roofs, including high slope commercial roofs. Nearly all high sloped commercial roofs use shingles. Shingles are the one of the oldest roofing systems that are still common all over North America. They are cost-effective, they come in a wide assortment of styles, colors, sizes and thicknesses. They are resistant to algae and fungus, are durable and long-lasting.
If you have a commercial building in Philadelphia that uses shingle roofing, let Evertight Roofing Solutions’s commercial roofing experts be the ones to provide the service it needs. We have been providing expert maintenance to local business all over the area and we would be glad to offer our services to your business.
Commercial roofing is a specialized area of the trade that not just any local roofing company can provide. Our licensed and insured team has plenty of experience working within commercial spaces and we know how important it is to provide quality craftsmanship without disrupting the flow of your day. Our team always strives to be as professional and efficient as possible. If you want to receive a free quote on our commercial shingle roofing services, give us a call today.
Types of Shingle Roofs
At Evertight Roofing Solutions, we employ a number of different shingles. Everything from asphalt, shake, fiberglass and slate are all available depending on your esthetic preferences for your business. We typically will ask that property owners and managers stay away from wood shingles because they are more susceptible to fire, which could obviously have disastrous consequences for your business.
Our preferred type shingles to use on commercial roofs are fiberglass shingles because of their lightweight build, fire retardant qualities and unmatched longevity and durability. If maintained properly fiberglass shingles can last up to 25 years, making them one of the most cost-effective roofing options available to commercial buildings with high slope roofs.
Of course, that is just our professional recommendation in general. Every building is unique and has a unique set of needs, which can influence our recommendation. Not to mention, you probably have an idea of how you want your roof to look. And ultimately, it is your roof and we are committed to working with you to get the roof you have always envisioned. If you have an idea of what you want your shingles to look like, just give us a call today and we’ll be happy to recommend a number of different shingle materials and styles that suit your description.