New Construction Commercial

1. Budget
More often than not, the budget is a major concern. Roofing is a smart investment simply because it functions as your overall shield that protects your interest.
There are low-cost options, rubber for example, which are effective and durable. You can also find more high-end materials that you might want to consider like metal roofing. Make note of the pros and cons based on your expectations and weather conditions.

2. Longevity
The lifecycles of each roofing system vary. Furthermore, there are factors that contribute to its longevity which may either shorten or prolong its years of use. Factors that affect its lifespan include proper installation, maintenance, and natural elements.
Choosing a material for your commercial roofing, prioritizing your long-term plans are important, such as:
Do you have plans to convert the building into something else?
Do you intend to use the property for a long period of time?

3. Location
As mentioned above, your building’s geographical location is important to consideration when choosing a commercial roof. Is your area prone to extreme weather conditions like hail or snow storms, high winds, and heavy rains. Take note as well of some technical information such as wind velocity and the average amount of rainfall. There are roofing systems that can effectively withstand severe environmental situations provided that you use premium materials and also install them correctly.
These things are instrumental in determining which commercial roof construction types is best for you. An assessment with a professional roofer will help to determine which type of roof best suits your needs.

In choosing a commercial roof, always take your time. If you are not sure which direction to go, BOSS’ GAF Certified contractors will help you come up with the most appropriate decisions.