Over time, the roof on your commercial building or property will age with natural wear and tear. This is especially true if your business is located in a region where the weather conditions tend to be harsh. Since you have an obligation as a business owner/manager to protect the business’s assets, you have to occasionally have the roof inspected.

Upon finding there are issues, your best option would be to consult with a top roofing specialist like 303 Roofer. It would be our goal to lead and direct you to the best solution be it roofing repairs or the installation of a new roof.

Here is some information about the services we can offer your company.

Types of Commercial Businesses Served

Throughout the Denver area, there are all kinds of commercial businesses. The gambit runs from little “mom and pops” stores to the high-rise buildings that house major corporations. There are grocery stores, storage units, warehouses, and manufacturing plants all over the city.

No matter what type of business or businesses you are running or managing, you’ll be glad to know that 303 Roofer will be able to service your needs.

We can offer roof installations and or repairs for the following types of commercial buildings:

  • Business parks and strip malls
  • Major shopping malls
  • Schools
  • Churches and Synagogues
  • Stand alone retail stores
  • Grocery stores
  • Hotels and Motels
  • Medicals centers
  • Hosiptals
  • Corporate buildings
  • Restaurants
  • Warehouses and storage facilities

New Commercial Roofing Installations

After consulting with one of our representatives at 303 Roofer, a new roof installation might be determined to be the best solution for your current roofing issues. We would deem this the right option if your roof has aged with time and encountered significant damage or wear and tear.

Before helping you select the proper new roofing option, there are several factors we would like you to consider.

These factors include:

  • The weather conditions in your region – lots of snow and cold in Denver
  • Type of business structure
  • Size of the building structure
  • The aesthetics of the business and the community in which the business is located
  • Budget
  • Long-term goals – duration of occupancy

As you contemplate these factors, it would benefit you to have some level of understanding related to the types of commercial roofing we can offer.

With that in mind, here are the types of roofing we can offer and install:

  • Asphalt Shingle Roofing
  • EPDM Roofing
  • Built-up
  • Foam & Coatings
  • Metal Roofing
  • Modified Bitumen Roofing
  • Tile Roofing

Asphalt Shingle Roofing

More often than not, this type of roofing is used for houses. However, it also works well for some smaller single-story commercial buildings. The roofing comes in precut shingles that are made with a base mat layered with a fiberglass mat and covered with waterproofing asphalt. For color and decoration, fire-resistant ceramic-coated granules can be added as a final layer.

EPDM Roofing

For low-slope buildings, EPDM roofing could be the proper choice. The durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane is made with ethylene and propylene and comes in a variety of widths in either white or black.


This is another good option for low-slope roofs. It is manufactured in shingles or sheets from the following materials: alternating layers of bitumen (asphalt), tar, a reinforcing fabric, and a finishing layer made with gravel or stone.

Foam & Coatings

For a lasting seal and durability, foam roofing materials are hard to beat. These products are manufactured with isocyanate and polyol and applied with a spray gun or machine. It comes out as a liquid but quickly expands and hardens as a chemical reaction to heat and oxygen. One of the easier options to install.

Metal Roofing

For longevity, minimal upkeep, and durability, it’s hard to beat metal roofing.
The materials used to make metal roof panels include Galvalume (steel), Galvanized (steel), Stainless steel, Aluminum, Zinc, and Copper. This option is suitable for most types of commercial buildings.

Modified Bitumen Roofing

This option is commonly used for flat and low-slope roofs. The tiles or single-ply sheets are made with asphalt, which is combined with polymerized rubber or plastic. The finishing touches include a fiberglass coating to create a flexible and waterproof membrane.

Single-ply TPO Roofing

The familiar and signature “white roof” appearance of TPO has been taking the commercial roofing industry by storm. Because of its decorative nature, this option is preferred by large corporate businesses and mall owners. The thermoplastic membrane is made from a combination of polypropylene and ethylene-propylene rubber and then reinforced with a fabric scrim to increase its stability and strength.

Tile Roofing

A tile roofing system is made with single tiles (shingles) that are manufactured with clay or concrete. With a variety of colors available, this would be considered the most decorative option. This option works well for schools, churches, and smaller buildings while offering strength and durability.

Commercial Roofing Repairs

If you have a limited budget and your current roof is not carrying much age, it’s very possible that your commercial building’s roof might just be in need of repairs. The need for repairs can range from minor repairs to small sections of the roof to larger repair jobs that require more manpower.

After a consultation with your 303 Roofer representative, you can authorize us to repair your roof. The good news is we offer a wide range of roofing repair options for commercial buildings. The most common repairs needed for commercial buildings include the following.

Correction of poor installation issues

Unfortunately, the quality of all workmanship will not measure up to reasonable standards. A poor installation will almost always lead to roofing issues that occur sooner rather than later. This is exactly why you need to have your roof independently inspected after an initial installation.

We would be happy to handle this for your company. If we find poor workmanship, it will be easier for us to correct it before the roofing starts to settle and age.

Roof leaks

The most common causes of roof leaks are normal wear and tear from aging, exposure to severe weather conditions, and broken tiles due to falling objects. We can come out and repair leaks quite quickly at affordable prices. If the repairs are substantial, there is a good chance your insurance company will cover the costs.

Roof puncturing

Roofs that are covered with synthetic materials are always subject to “puncture wounds” from foot traffic, falling debris, wind, and hail. The repair process usually encompasses applying a new layer of the appropriate roofing material, something our technicians can usually do quickly and efficiently.

Roof blistering

Built-up roofs are made with asphalt and tar materials. These materials are always subject to reacting to heat and condensation, which loosens the seal. When condensation gets under shingles, single-ply membranes, and modified bitumen, it causes bubbling or what is referred to as blistering.

Truthfully, it’s not always a good idea to fix blisters. It’s really more of an appearance issue. If we feel repairs can be made without compromising the integrity of your roof’s seal, we do have a couple of repair options we can employ.

With a membrane roof, we can cut away the damaged area and replace it with like material. With a Bitumen roof, we might cut an X-shape in the blister to check the underlying membrane. If the seal is fine, no repairs would be necessary. If the underlying membrane layer were to be damaged, we might have to proceed by cutting away the damaged area and replacing it.

Roof shrinkage

Roof shrinkage occurs with metal roofing tiles, shingles, and EPDM roofing. It is evidenced by the roofing pulling away from the flashing of the roof. It is generally caused by poor installation workmanship or escaping moisture. The repair process includes replacing sections that have experienced shrinkage.

No matter what your commercial roofing needs might be, 303 Roofer is available for a consultation, roof installation, or to make necessary repairs, please fill out our online contact form.

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