From full replacements to minor repairs and everything in between, Peak View Roofing is proud to offer a range of commercial roofing services in Colorado Springs, CO. We guarantee high-quality commercial roofing work and the highest level of service from all our roofing experts so that you can rest assured your property is in good hands.
The type of material used to construct a roof can have a huge impact on the overall strength of the entire building. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular commercial roofing choices in Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Canon City and other cities along the Front Range.
TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) is one of the most sought-after options for commercial roofing in Colorado. It is a synthetic, polymer-based roofing material that provides a single layer of roof protection for your commercial building. Vital for insulation and waterproofing, it can last over 30 years if properly maintained. TPO’s energy efficiency and long-lasting nature together with its affordability make it a top choice for commercial roofing across the Front Range. See our historic Broadmoor Resort project as an example. We used Carlisle terracotta TPO, shingles, copper roofing, and tile.
EPDM (ethylene propylene diene terpolymer) roofing is a popular choice for commercial roofing as it is cost-effective, durable and well-suited to low-slope or completely flat roofs, though it can be configured for any commercial roof type. A long-lasting polymer blend that can withstand the elements, EPDM’s application is simple but does require the expertise of professional commercial roofers, particularly at a larger scale.
PVC (thermoplastic polyvinyl chloride) is a single-ply membrane very commonly used on commercial roofs in Colorado Springs. Being a type of plastic, it offers business owners and property managers affordability alongside durability. This is why it is the third most widely made synthetic polymer. PVC boasts incredible high reflectivity features, it’s environmentally friendly and business owners with a PVC roof often qualify for a tax rebate.
Modified bitumen is a popular roofing material installed on commercial buildings, particularly those with low-slope or flat roofing systems. Made from asphalt, the standard modified bitumen system is a two-ply system installed in rolls. It is easy to repair and maintain, and many experts rate its tear-resistance as one of modified bitumen’s strongest features against commercial roofing alternatives.
Built-Up Roofing (BUR)
Built-Up Roofing is an older form of commercial roofing, particularly on low-slope roofs. Often referred to as “tar and gravel” roofs, they are made of layers of bitumen, ply sheets and surfacing material. BURs are better suited to warmer climates and tend to last longer there. It’s a great option in terms of waterproofing and maintenance, but installation does involve a number of hazardous fumes.
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