Ramon Roofing specializes in all types of commercial roofing installations around Texas.
We know the complexity of commercial roofing systems, and the top manufacturers in the country trust us to install their roofing materials.
We understand the importance of continuing with your daily activities during the roofing process.
That's why we minimize the obstruction of parking facilities and entryways so you can keep your operations flowing smoothly.
Commercial flat roofs pose some of the most significant challenges for a roofing company.
On large flat surfaces, equipment such as pipes, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning units can be an obstacle to a watertight and long-lasting roof.
However, we have the experience and craftsmanship of product installation to meet requirements and exceed expectations for all types of commercial roofing.
Looking for commercial roofing services in Texas? Call Ramon Roofing today!
Commercial metal roofing systems are usually made from galvanized steel panels covered with zinc. Aluminum and stainless steel are also popular materials in commercial metal roofing manufacturing.
Installing a metal roofing system requires excellent workmanship and training. At Ramon Roofing, we have the necessary equipment and expertise to achieve the best results on any commercial metal roof installation.
Our team of roofing professionals can customize metal roofing systems based on your needs. We also have pre-crafted metal solutions for the most challenging commercial structures.
Why Metal Roofing?
Metal is one of the best materials a building owner can choose for their commercial property’s roofing system. It is the best commercial roofing system for extreme weather conditions, thanks to its strong resistance to high winds, it is also inflammable and lasts 3 to 4 times longer than TPO, PVC, or EPDM.
Commercial metal roofing systems are also known for their energy efficiency; their reflective properties can save up to 40% of energy bills.
TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin)
TPO stands for Thermoplastic Polyolefin, a single-ply roofing membrane that is mechanically attached or chemically adhered to the insulation to create an extra layer of protection for the roofing surface.
Due to its reflective properties, it is one of the most commonly used commercial roofing systems.
TPO sheets are made up of a single layer of synthetics and are used to cover flat roofs. Thanks to their affordable price, superior energy efficiency, and dirt accumulation resistance, they are a popular material.
As a building owner, you can rely on a TPO roofing membrane as a durable solution that will provide UV and ozone resistance and prevent chemical exposure.
At the same time, you will enjoy energy savings for your building without breaking your maintenance budget.
PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)
PVC stands for Polyvinyl Chloride, a type of plastic commonly used in many industries.
It is well known for its performance and durability, and the roofing industry uses it to protect the roof against bad weather conditions.
PVC roofing systems consist of two layers of PVC material and one of polyester in between.
Thanks to the additives used in the manufacturing process, PVC roofing systems are flexible and UV resistant.
The PVC roofing system is a single-ply membrane with proven performance in the roofing industry since the 60s.
It is one of the most popular and cost-effective choices for building owners and asset managers.
Lastly, PVC roofing is resistant to grease, chemicals, punctures and is non-flammable, making it suitable for many commercial buildings.
Commercial roof coatings or fluid-applied restoration systems are a seamless membrane roofing technology with waterproofing properties. They are an excellent choice when it comes to roof restoration.
You can find many different options available, such as silicone, acrylic, polyurethane, rubber, and aluminum. However, the most commonly used are acrylics and silicones.
Their goal is to increase the lifespan of your roof, saving you up to 2 or 3 times the cost of a complete replacement.
Commercial roof coatings protect your building from roof leaks, UV rays, and punctures. Most of them are reflective and eco-friendly, which means you will benefit from energy savings while protecting the surfaces and helping them retain their sheen and hardness. They are an affordable choice if you’re on a tight budget.
Give us a call to schedule a roofing inspection for your property.
EPDM stands for Ethylene Diene Terpolymer, a synthetic rubber membrane frequently used in commercial buildings with low-slope or flat roofs.
Like TPO, it can be mechanically attached, ballasted, or fully adhered. This single-ply membrane has been on the market for over 50 years.
According to the National Roofing Contractors Association, EPDM roofs are the number one choice for new constructions and replacement roofing projects.
The benefits will depend on the color you choose.
For instance, white EPDM will help you reduce heat and cut energy costs, while black EPDM is designed for cold areas since it converts UV rays into heat, helping to raise the inside temperature of the building.
In general, EPDM roofs have excellent waterproofing properties, and you can use them as an electrical insulator.