Commercial Roofing

Is Your Commercial Roof in Need of a Little TLC?

BRING IN ST. PETERS, MISSOURI’S YOUR PROFESSIONAL ROOFER FOR ROOF REPAIR, REPLACEMENT AND RESTORATION SERVICE

WE CAN WORK WITH COMMERCIAL ROOFS OF ALL TYPES

St. Peters, MO’s Your Professional Roofer has more than 20 years of industry experience and can work with commercial roofing of all types. Our team can service or install a variety of roofing systems, including:

Single ply
Low slope
EPDM
TPO
PVC
Ballast rock
Spray foam
We offer all of the above and more! Be sure to ask about coating systems when you call for an appointment. Contact Your Professional Roofer of St. Peters to see what we can do for you.

Our highly trained and certified repair technicians are on call 24 hours a day. We’ll inspect every inch of your commercial facility’s roof and provide an honest assessment of its condition. You’ll rest easy knowing the roof overhead is being taken care of by a team of experts. All you’ll have to do is focus on running your business—our roofing contractors will handle the rest. 

Whether you’re in need of roofing repair, replacement or restoration, we’ll walk you through every step of the process and get the job done right the first time around. Get in touch with Your Professional Roofer immediately to get started. 

We can repair, restore or replace your existing roof.
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Commercial Low Slope Materials

TPO: Thermoplastic Polyolefin, or more commonly TPO, is relatively new to the roofing market. It was created to be a product that was better than EDPM Rubber roofing; yet cheaper than PVC. TPO is installed using a hot air welder, which creates bonding at the seams, that will not be penetrated by water. Due to its relatively low investment cost, TPO is used in place of PVC to create the same look and presentation. These low slope roofs are often Energy Star Rated, and very durable to the elements. 

Modified Bitumen: Modified bitumen is one of the most common options for low slope residential roofing. It is comprised of both asphalt and either plastic or rubber polymers creating a hard roofing surface that still retains both flexibility and UV resistance. This roofing option is thought of as the next stage in asphalt built-up roofing. This is because it is also applied in layers, and the number of layers determines the life span of the roof. It can be applied two different ways, by using a self-adhering product or with cold applied adhesive. Either option will ensure that water will not penetrate it causing costly repairs.

PVC: Polyvinyl Chloride is a low slope/flat roofing product; often used on restaurants, or manufacturing plants, who have harmful discharge released on or near the roof. The chemical make-up of the PVC allows it to withstand these elements for long periods of time. Energy Star Rated.

EPDM: Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer is often referred to as “Rubber Roofing”, and when installed correctly can last a very long time. These roofs have great elasticity for buildings which move a lot during expansion and contraction in hot and cold temperature climates. There are many ways to install this flat roof system, either fully adhering, mechanically attaching or with ballast rock to hold the system down. Repairs are possible on EPDM roofs to help extend the life of them depending on how bad of shape the roof is in. 

BUR: Built Up Roofs are asphalt based roof systems, usually installed by using a tar flood coat then overlapping felt sheets to “build up”, the waterproofing and strength of the roof. This is one of the oldest roofing systems around, but you may still see a roofing contractors installing it today. Another way to help protect the BUR roof system was to add gravel into the the top coat of tar, embedding and protecting the roof from the elements, also known as a “Gravel Built Up Roof.” These roofs are repairable depending on how dried out the felts may be. Wall flashing and penetrations are usually the first areas to fail on these types of roofs. 

Metal Roofs: There are several different types of metal roofs from r-panel to standing seam. Often times these roofs are attached by ten’s of thousands of screws. Over time the metal roof moves back and forth with the hot and cold temperatures in the Midwest, causing the screw to back out over time. The neoprene rings on these screws can also fail over time drying out, and allowing water to enter the building. Big variations in the quality, thickness and size of the metal panels will dictate length of service. Aluminum, Copper and Steal are most commonly used and are all installed in different variations. Metal roofs are also measured in thickness from 29 gauge often used for barn metal all the way up to 24 gauge used primarily in commercial and industrial applications. 

Coatings: There are many different types of roof coating available today, some lasting 10, 15, or even 20 years. These coatings can extend the life of your existing roof, thus eliminating the need for costly roof removal. Which coating to use will be chosen based on the condition of the existing roof, budget and longevity of the new roof installed. 

(SPF): Spray Foam Roofs are a low slope roofing system installed with a spray rig over the top of your existing roof. Low rise foam will be sprayed then expand once it’s been disbursed onto the new roof system. After the newly installed foam roof has been installed, a durable roof coating should then be installed to protect the roof from the elements. 
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Commercial Shingle / Metal Roofs

These jobs often require more attention because of their size and logistics. 

Commercial steep slope roof projects often consist of the removal of an existing shingle currently on the building. Whether it’s one or several layers, making sure these areas of roofing are removed safely is our number one concern. Our crews set up the job site per OSHA Safety Standards to insure everyone is safe in the building as well as our crew members.

We only use the best shingles on the market and are certified with GAF™ and Owens Corning™. Through our certifications, we can offer our customers some of the best warranties in the business on your new roof. 

Steep Slope Roofs

We Repair and Install:

Architectural Shingles: Typically have amazing color options and can really make your building look great if the right color is chosen. Architectural Shingle Roofs are typically more thick, thus giving it the longevity of a 50+ year shingle. These shingles often offer the most bang for the buck. 

Three Tab Shingles: Are a great option as well, but often don’t offer the coloring options of the Architectural Shingle. These shingles have a 25-year warranty, and if installed correctly could outlast their Manufacturer Warranty. 

Designer Shingles: There are many great types of designer shingles available to replicate either slate, cedar or tile roofs, amongst some other very beautiful roofs. These are typically the most expensive asphalt shingle roofs and offer the longest warranties. 

Metal Roofs: Can offer a great look to your building giving it character to stand out among the buildings around yours. There are several different types of metal roofs, all offering a unique look. Standing Seam, Classic Ribbed Steel, Decra® and many more. The best way to give us an idea of what your organization is looking for is to take a few photos from the internet, or on your phone to help get you the right look for your building. 

Slate Roofs: Slate roofs are some of the oldest steep slope roof systems around. We often end up doing repairs to these roofs because the building owners want keep the look of them. Old classic roofs that last forever if installed correctly! 

Tile Roofs: These roofs are also long lasting, and can stand up to major weather events. In the Midwest you’ll see these roofs more on businesses like retail centers and restaurants. Often, we’ll do repairs on these roofs because they do last so long, with just a little TLC they can go a very long time. 

Cedar Shake: These roofs have their own unique look to them, and tend to see them throughout our area. If not kept up to speed with occasional coating, they can dry out, crack and fail. This will often lead to expensive and less than desirable repairs, which are hard to match with the already aged cedar on the building. A main concern, if replacing your existing cedar roof with a new cedar shake roof, is the Fire Rating of the cedar shake itself. Your insurance company may require your organization to get a specific fire rated type of Cedar Shake to have installed on the building. 
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Call us for any roofing emergencies: (636) 866-5660
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