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Commercial Roof Repair

Needing roof repair or replacement on your commercial property can be stressful.

Before you start worrying about the implications or the cost of a project this large, call Fire & Hail Restoration.
Every roof has a life span and at some point will need replacement. Let our team of commercial roofing experts give you a free consultation and survey of your roof. We will work with you and your insurance company (if applicable) to get your business back on track.

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Commercial Roofing

Not only does the Fire and Hail Roofing & Restoration team specialize in residential roofing, we also offer roof repair and replacement services for commercial buildings in Denver and Colorado Springs. Needing a roof repair or replacement on your commercial property can be stressful - luckily, we can handle roof repairs of any size regardless of the amount of damage.

As part of our services, we'll provide a free consultation and survey of your roof in order to come up with a repair plan that will extend your roof's life and keep your tenants happy. In addition, we will work with your insurance company to get your business back on track in no time.

Flat Roof Repairs for Projects of Any Size

Having a plan for maintaining your commercial roof can prevent leaks, extend your roof’s life and will keep your tenants happy. All of this will save you money in the long run. Whether it is maintenance repairs, emergency repairs, or complete roof replacement that is needed, we will assess the project thoroughly and make sure that you have all the information needed to make a decision. Investing in your property’s roof is an investment in your facility and in your business.

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Flat Roof Replacement Options

  • TPO
  • PVC
  • EPDM
  • Metal Roofing
  • Green/Vegetative Roofs
  • Solar Energy Solutions
  • Elastomeric Roof Coatings

Your Time = Money

When your roof is damaged, you have likely lost productivity from damage control, leak repairs or needing a full reroofing project completed. Though considering a full reroofing project is something that you may dread, we will ensure that we form a plan that will ensure that your business experiences as little interruption as possible so minimal productivity is lost and so your business can get back up and running as soon as possible.

How do you know if your flat roof needs replacing?

One of the weaknesses of having a flat roof in lieu of a sloped roof is that they are more susceptible to leaking due to water pooling that occurs. Pooling is water that remains on a flat roof for 48 hours or longer, which can greatly shorten the life of the roof or, in extreme cases, the structural integrity of your building itself.

So how do you know when you need a replacement instead of repairs? Here are some signs:


Extensive Pooling of Water

If you note that your flat roof regularly experiences pooling, you should strongly consider having it inspected.


Large Rips and Tears in the Roofing Materials or Seams

Another common issue with flat roofs is damage to the seams or other roofing materials. These damages can be seen where two pieces of roofing material were joined together. If there are any visible rips, holes and/or tears in your roofing materials, your roof may need repairs or replacement and should be promptly inspected.


Damages Harder to Find

While seeing visible tears is straightforward, there are some types of flat roof materials that do not show visible damages as easy, such as a roof with tar and gravel. If your roof has materials where the seams are not as visible and you suspect damage, you should have it inspected by an experienced contractor and you may want to consider having the roof replaced with a different type of roofing material.

How do you decide?

If your roof has reached the end of its service life (which is typically around 25 years), it should probably be replaced with quality roofing materials instead of being repaired. It is only a matter of time before other problems develop and in the long run the likelihood of additional future repairs will justify the additional cost at the onset.

Talk to an expert

This decision is a complicated one and it would be worth your valuable time to speak to a consultant.

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A Proven Process to Build Your Success

Our process will begin as soon as we speak with you on the phone. Our goal is to provide you with complete transparency throughout our five-step process which is outlined below:

  1. We will speak with you about your business needs, including your budget and your goals for your commercial property.
  2. We will work together to provide a timeline that will best work for your needs.
  3. Our roofing experts will do an inspection of your property (exterior and interior), inspect drainage points, inspect your metal termination points and may take core samples as well.
  4. We will use technology such as infrared scanners to check for leaks, moisture access and any issues with insulation.
  5. Within a few weeks of the inspection, you will be provided with a comprehensive quote and a timeline for repairs or roof replacement.
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  • We will provide you with all of the necessary documentation and will assist you with filing an insurance claim (if applicable)
  • We will proactively communicate with your insurance adjuster (if applicable)
  • We always strive to ensure minimal interruption to your day-to-day business operations
  • We will be completely transparent throughout the entire project
  • We excel in communication and will always be available to answer any questions you have along the way
  • We will be on-site to keep you informed throughout the process and to oversee the labor

Roofers You Trust

Our staff and crew have been in this industry for over a decade.

Call Rico, the owner, with any questions or concerns you may have. He will always answer his phone and respond to your fire damage faster than anyone else.

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