Commercial Roofing and waterproofing is one of the most important decisions you will be faced with as a commercial building owner or manager. When it comes to dealing with commercial roofing there are many types of installation techniques and materials to choose from. However, choosing just any technique and material can cause more issues than solutions. Not all roofing systems will be suitable for your commercial application, this is why it is imperative that you choose the appropriate products to fit your specific needs. While tar-roofing applications are very popular amongst the flat roof community they just aren’t appropriate for the angled roof. Whatever this situation is, your commercial roofing company should be able to point these things out to you.


A new roofing system can be complex and must be designed to meet the needs of the owner, building code, building location, and structure. That is why we maintain a strict planning, inspection, & installation process.

We begin the process with a detailed inspection of the entire building envelope. Our goal is to define and analyze the existing roof’s deck, current insulation, and of course the membrane. Finally, we evaluate the current condition of the entire roof installation to develop a customized and efficient roof solution. With a variety of roof systems in our inventory, we are able to customize your roof solution to your specific needs. On new construction, we start by analyzing the proposed job site, plans and specifications.

Our talented and expert team of roofing specialists will analyze the findings of the inspection process as well as the conditions of the current roof system. This will help our design team develop a roofing system that is sure to meet all your performance, insulation, wind, and slope requirements. With all this information in mind, we then recommend the most efficient and long lasting roof system to deliver the best quality and value for your budget.

Once we have aggregated all your project details and any data we would need, we then move forward with the cost analysis and proposal phase. Our in-house expert roofing team will then work to provide you with a professional and easy to understand proposal covering all project details including cost, timeline, approach, roof system details, long term effects on energy bills and repairs, and of course our company information.

Once you, the client, have reviewed our proposal and approved the project, our field team will then move forward with execution. Our goal is always to bring safety, efficiency, and the best possible results to your project. Our project managers work closely with the building owners and management to provide minimal disruption to operations as well as quality workmanship through out the duration of the project.

Once the project is complete and all your requirements have been met, we will then meet with all relevant parties including the client to perform a final inspection of the completed work and to answer any work related questions. Any final adjustments are reviewed during this phase and are completed if necessary.


As the decision maker you have substantially more options for your new roofing system if you own or manage a commercial building. Commercial roofing systems come with various options such as restoration coatings, sprayed polyurethane foam, silicone cool roof coatings, single-ply or double-ply (TPO, PVC, EPDM), modified bitumen, concrete, built-up, tar and gravel, and so many more. There are many more commercial roofing systems available compared to residential roofing systems. As a commercial building owner you should always to do some research regarding which roof system best meets your needs.

At Seamless Roofers, we are proud to offer reliable and experienced advice. We know which roof system goes best with your project and are always ready to make trust-worthy recommendations. There are several variables that need to be taken in to consideration when deciding which roof system is best for your upcoming project such as slope, location and sun exposure, on-going weather conditions, and so on. We take all these details in to consideration when submitting to our clients any roof system recommendations.