We have worked with many Property Managers, Property Owners, Realtors, and Builders so we have a keen understanding of the common pitfalls and mistakes others make when estimating commercial roofing projects. Based on our experience as well as our use of the latest in estimating technology, we are able to provide accurate estimates and no surprises. We stand by estimates and we stand by the high-quality work we perform by providing a variety of warranty options to our customers.
TPO roofing stands up to the elements on flat roof buildings. Because the TPO membrane is highly flexible it not only resists damage from building movement it repels damage from puncture, tear and high impact. In the single-ply family, this thermoplastic roofing is ideal for flat roofs. TPO sheets are heat-welded to one another to become one impenetrable unit that protects your building from all the elements. TPO is also resistant to most chemicals. Life expectancy is 20-30 years.
PVC membrane was the most popular low slope roofing option out there. This is a single-layer thermoplastic membrane, and pieces of this material are rolled out and heat-welded to form a watertight seal. Thermoplastic PVC roofing is extremely strong as its heat-welded seams form a permanent, watertight bond that is stronger than the membrane itself. PVC membranes are sometimes referred to as the "Alfa Romeo" of single-ply membranes. Lifespan of PVC is roughly 25-35 years.
Available in a wide variety of colors and styles, there is an asphalt shingle to compliment virtually any building design. Whether you want a low-profile gray or a bold red roof, you will find an asphalt shingle to help you achieve the perfect look with proven reliability. Architectural Composition shingles are the most commonly seen roofing material on homes today.
Most metal roofing can withstand a great deal of storm damage including hail, rain, winds and fire. Metal roofing materials have a Class-A fire rating, making it the most fire-resistant option available. Metal roofs are usually made up of steel, aluminum and copper. Metal roofing can be more expensive than other roofing material options, due to the fact that metal shingles aren't vulnerable to the wear and tear that other shingles are, like rust, warping or decay.
Yes! We have years of experience installing, maintaining and repairing the membrane roofs and steel roofs most often used for large, flat surfaces. Whether you want to know your options for a full replacement or simply need your roof repaired because you've discovered a water leak or other damage, Southern States Roofing Pros can help. We will also help you develop a regular roof maintenance plan to help extend the lifespan of your roof.
Commercial buildings are often tenanted by multiple individuals or businesses. SS Roofing Pros takes this into account when tackling any commercial roofing job that houses multiple tenants. We can work with their schedules or needs to accommodate the continuation of business operations as much as possible.
Not many can. A membrane or metal commercial roof system generally requires a different set of equipment, specialized materials, and expertise. From asphalt emulsion-based systems to built-up and mod-bit systems to galvanized steel, commercial roofs require a different skill set than that of a roofer more used to dealing with residences. Southern States Roofing Pros is the company to choose in Greater Atlanta when you want to "go local" and choose the best commercial roofing company at the same time.
All roof leaks are bad, but for a commercial business, the water damage caused by a roof leak can halt production or operation and affect the company's bottom line. Most local roofers in Georgia only know roofs, but the Southern States Roofing Pros team includes a damage restoration and mitigation department that can handle any repairs to the interior of your structure. This full-service approach to roofing means that we'll be able to handle any project that involves your roof – even if you've experienced extensive water intrusion caused by damage to your roof.