Which Roof is Right for My Business?
Are you searching for commercial roofing for either a new or already established business? With decades in the business, we at Paradigm Roofing know all too well that it can be difficult for business owners to decide which type of roof is the most effective for their company. However, with a bit of insight, you will fully understand what makes one type of commercial roof stand out from others.
A Sustainable Image Starts with a Tile Roof
When part of the mission of your company is to sell an environmentally-friendly image, you will want reflect that sentiment in your business’s buildings. Instead of starting from the ground up, you can slowly replace building materials as you do renovations over the years.
One of the best materials to use for a new roof installation that also reflects sustainable principles is clay or Spanish tile. The process used to create the tiles has a low environmental impact. It’s also extremely easy to recycle broken tiles and make them into new tiles.
This style of roofing works best with retail spaces, restaurants, and other buildings with smaller square footage.
A Multipurpose, Low Maintenance Metal Roof
Are you looking for a roof that will cost you the least amount of money in the long term? If you’ve had a recurring problem with storms, one of the best solutions is to get a metal roof for your commercial property. This style of roof is resilient to the weather (which is great for North Texas businesses set in the heart of Tornado Alley), and earns you extra points with your insurance company because metal is fire-resistant. It also has the same sustainable benefits that clay tile roofing enjoys.
A Flat Roof for Warehouses
Commercial roofing takes on new territory with warehouses because of their extreme size. Science tells us that the more area that a warehouse covers, the lighter the roofing materials will need to be. In these cases, composite materials are used and then covered by hot tar to seal it.
Is a Shingled Roof Still Relevant?
Of course, having your current roof replaced by the same old traditional shingled roof is also perfectly fine. Nevertheless, we do our best to ensure that you have every energy-saving option available to you no matter which style you choose.