Is your commercial building in need of a new roof? Morgan & Myers Roofing and Exteriors can help you decide on the best roofing option for your building. Unsure about the state of your commercial roof? Have one of us check the condition and prevent any future business problems. First of all, the last thing any business needs is a leaky roof. Most of the time it's often not a matter of if an old roof will leak, but when. These roofing options allow you to get a reliable, durable, economical roof for your business.
Standing seam is a raised interlocking roof system that joins one panel to the next. While single-ply roofing systems provide four types of protections adding a smooth finish to your roof. Tar and gravel is a popular flat roof option that is best for high traffic roofs. If the decision is tough don't worry, our specialist can check out your roof and recommend what would be the best choice for your building.
If your roof is in good condition already consider adding some curb appeal to your business with awnings. Have an outdoor area that looks plain? Add some pergolas to your space and offer the benefits of outdoor living to your clients or employees. Small details like an outdoor living space add value to your business from the eyes of the customer. In conclusion, whether you need a repair, outdoor living, or a new roof altogether Morgan & Myers Roofing and Exteriors can make it happen.
We are also certified installers by manufacturers McElroy Metal, Mule Hide, Durolast, and Carlisle TPO and EPDM.
TPO stands for thermoplastic polyolefin. Basically it is a single-ply reflective roofing membrane made of rubber materials. It is typically installed in a fully adhered system. Therefore allowing the white membrane to remain exposed to the element for the life of the roof. They offer a smooth surface for easy cleaning and maintenance is almost non-existent.
Why Choose TPO?One of the factors that make TPO roofing attractive both in commercial roofing is its reasonable cost. TPO offers many of the same benefits as PVC roofing, such as hot-air weldable seams and energy efficiency, but at a lower cost. In comparison to other thermoplastic membranes, TPO resists mold growth, dirt accumulation, tears impact, and punctures. It is made to be flexible and can allow for a building's movement or settling. In general TPO membranes are manufactured with wider sheets and are lightweight. This means that the material is easier to install and there are fewer seams. Less work and time associated with the installation translates into direct savings for you in the cost of installation.
Go green with TPOReduce your carbon footprint with a TPO roof and save money. The white smooth surface reflects the sun's rays and reduces solar heat. Living in the Texas heat this option might be for you. On top of saving you in energy costs, this material won't degrade over time. These roofs also surpass Energy Star requirements.
There's metal roofing, and then there's standing seam metal roofing. One great advantage of standing seam metal roofs is contained in the name itself: seams, the weak point in any roof, and a potential entry point for moisture, are raised above the level of the roofing panel. Because the metal panels run unhindered from the top to the bottom of the roof, not only are there no horizontal seams but in total the roof has a far fewer number of seams. Due to the smooth, straight lines, these roofs give your business an "industrial" feeling, yet with a modern flair.
New and Improved MetalThese are not the rippled tin roofs that you might remember from warehouses of the past. We can install any brand or model and we have access to a machine to bend 10 different panel styles. Your building type dictates what style of roof fits you best. Contact us to speak with one of our experts for a personal consultation. Morgan & Myers, we take care of you.
A tar and gravel roof is a type of built-up roofing solution that uses multiple layers. The layers consist of waterproof material alternated with hot tar and finished off with a layer of gravel, crushed rock, or other ballasting and are meant to be installed on buildings that have flat or low-slope roofs. The top layer of gravel on a tar roof is not only attractive, but it provides good protection against the elements and is a superior fire retardant.
Why Choose Tar and Gravel?A large benefit of tar and gravel roofing is that debris, such as that from trees, is not easily lifted by rain and deposited in drains to create blockages. The life of the roof is guaranteed to last 10 to 20 years without maintenance. In fact, with proper maintenance, some tar roofs have lasted 40 to 50 years or more. And thanks to the use of modern roofing materials, they are only getting more durable and energy-efficient.
This is also a good choice if you plan to add outdoor living space to the flat roof area. A tar and gravel roof can offer a great foundation to add a deck space for the future. This also offers the safest roof system to walk on.
Storm damage is not easy to see on a tar and gravel roof and many insurance companies will deny its existence and therefore deny coverage. Let our expert team thoroughly inspect for damage. Often a sample is sent to an engineer. This pinpoints the actual extent of the damage to ensure you get the actual coverage you pay for. These can be the most complicated issues when dealing with insurance companies. With Morgan & Myers Roofing, let us take care of you.
We have worked with strip centers and malls for leak location, winterization, patches, and small repairs. We understand you have to be affordable and finding flat roof leaks takes time and the right technology. Call one of our experts at Morgan & Myers and let us take care of you.