Types of Roofing Materials
SERVING VANCOUVER WA AND PORTLAND OR
For initial cost savings, low maintenance needs, and availability, nothing beats composite roofing for commercial buildings and complexes. Composite roof shingles are also called asphalt shingles and are formed from a flat sheet of a backing material like fiberglass or cellulose with asphalt and other materials attached to it. Its popularity stems from several factors, and it will continue to be a smart choice for almost every possible commercial, retail, and industrial property application.
If a new metal roof is what you are shopping for, you can stop looking because Legit Roofing is your locally owned and operated roofing business specializing in comprehensive metal roofing services for the Vancouver, WA and Portland, OR areas. We are happy to offer both residential and commercial metal roofing services to suit your particular needs.
Legit Roofing proudly offers a wide selection of flat roofing services for the residential and commercial needs of those in the Vancouver, WA and Portland, OR areas. Long gone are the days when hot tar was the only flat roofing option–advances in technology have introduced improved methods and materials for flat roofing services.
Cedar Shake Roofing
For commercial properties with sloped or angled roofs and a traditional or rustic aesthetic, cedar shake roofing or other wood types may be the best option. These all-natural roofing materials are ideal for everything from boutique retail establishments to large resort Inns and everything in between. Before a commercial building owner makes a decision about the best roofing material, however, it is important to understand the unique benefits and disadvantages of wood roofing.
Traditional or historical buildings often had natural slate roofing that lasted dozens or even hundreds of years. For commercial property owners who want that kind of staying power with the unique look that stone roofing brings, exploring the range of both authentic and manufactured slate tiles and shingles can help make the decision.
For angled roofs on a commercial property that require a certain static to match its purpose, tile roofing or clay roofing provides plenty of style with durability, excellent insulation properties, and even some protection against fire damage. Learn more about these roofs to determine if one would be the best option for the commercial building in question.