Replacing a commercial roof is a major investment. Many considerations must be examined when investing in a commercial roof replacement Should you remove the existing roof, or install a new roof over the old one? What type of roof is best for your needs? What types of materials and structural choices are available today? The answers to these questions will help you make the right decision for your business.
Factors to Consider When Calculating the Cost of Your Roof:
Size of the Roof
The size and height of your roof are going to impact the cost of your commercial roof replacement.
Structure of the Roof
Roof structure and protrusions such as vents, chimneys, drains, hatches, parapet walls, etc. will add more work and more areas that need to be cut around and seal.
The location of your commercial building can raise the costs of a roof replacement. Some areas require more permits. Sometimes the weather at your location makes it harder to work; bad storms or cold conditions can raise the costs of a roof replacement.
The cost of roof removal and disposal depends on the thickness of the roof, the number of layers, and the type of the roof. Do not forget to add dumpster rental costs, roof deck repairs costs, and new insulation costs to the commercial roof replacement estimates.
Most commercial buildings use flat roofs because they are easier to maintain and more affordable. The cost of commercial roof replacement depends on the new roof being installed. The cost varies depending on the type of roof like a built-up roof, single-ply, sprayed Polyurethane foam, asphalt roll, and sheet metal Roof. It would be difficult to give an exact estimate without knowing the specifics.
To avoid the cost of replacing an entire roof, keep up-to-date on roof repairs and schedule regular maintenance checks. Give us a call if you would like us to look at your roof and give you a better estimate.