Industrial roofing is a big job and finding an accomplished organization to carry out the operation right is critical to your business’ operation, security, and appearance. Whether it’s building another roof or performing upkeep on a current roof, 1 OAK Roofing is well beyond the best decision for any industrial roofing jobs in or around Atlanta Georgia.
With more than a combined 40 years of experience as expert industrial roofers, we understand the significance of building the strongest Industrial roofs, as well as keeping up your roof to dependably serve your business as the years progressed. At the point when your roof needs repairs or rebuilding, regardless of how substantial or little, we have the experience to do it.
Industrial Roofing Services for Your Needs
At 1 OAK Roofing, we specialize in new industrial roofs, industrial roof repairs, and industrial roof replacements in Atlanta and the surrounding areas. We work with a wide range of materials, including TPO, asphalt, EPDM, PVC, and in addition metal, pitched, and level surfaces. Your satisfaction always comes first, and our quality workmanship is an extension of that commitment to your company.
Picking the right industrial roofer can be an extremely difficult task. This is the reason we make the procedure as basic as we can. Our industrial roofing services will exceed your expectations for our attention to detail, craftsmanship, and experience that has made us Atlanta’s premier industrial roofing provider.
Whether your roof is indicating wear and you’re searching for a roof substitution, or perhaps you require an inspection from somebody honest and experienced. We are your answer, regardless of the size of the job or the complexity of the issue.
Eventually amid the life of a roof, the requirement for a repair or an entire replacement emerges. When your industrial roof has been damaged, needs to be fixed or has reached the end of its serviceable life, a re-roofing option may be necessary.
Although it is appealing to continually do repairs on a failing industrial roof as repairs require less labor, material and time (i.e. cost), it is important to understand that there is a point in time where simply doing repairs vs. replacement/retrofit can be causing more harm than good. At that time it is important to select the right contractor to honestly assess the condition of the existing roofing system and provide the best possible short and long term roofing strategies that can include both repair and re-roofing options.
Industrial Roof Systems
Thermoplastic Polyolefin, or TPO, is the quickest developing section of the business and mechanical material ventures.Fueling this growth is the increased use of TPO in southern climates, where reflective, energy-efficient and cool roof products are becoming the norm.
- Mechanically secured and completely followed TPO material frameworks
- Heat-weldable layer
- Colors: white, grey and tan
- High wind inspire execution
- Hail and cut resistance
- Top handle layer thickness includes enhanced long haul weatherability and sturdiness
- California’s Title 24 and follows LEED® credit necessities
- Meets ENERGY STAR® rules
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is a trusted layer that has been performing commendably for a considerable length of time in the European market and in North America. PVC additionally offers phenomenal imperviousness to housetop chemicals, including acids, oils and oils.
- Mechanically attached and completely followed PVC material frameworks
- Heat-weldable layer
- UL/FM codes and endorsements
- ENERGY STAR-evaluated, CRRC-recorded and Title 24 agreeable
- Enhanced property attributes for long haul weatherability
- Excellent substance resistance perfect for eatery and air terminal applications
- Membrane intensified for most extreme adaptability
EPDM (Ethylene-Propylene-Diene-Monomer) has a 45-year track record of demonstrated execution and gives low upkeep and amazing weathering qualities that make it the perfect material choice for most northern atmospheres. The customary dark shade of EPDM film draws in the sun’s warmth and can lessen warming expenses amid the cool, northern winters.
- Fully followed EPDM frameworks
- Ballasted material frameworks
- Adhered/stuck creases
Polymer-altered roof films are made out of strengthening textures that serve as bearers for the hot polymer-changed bitumen as it is fabricated into a move material. Altered bitumen roof framework layers are made out of different layers, much like developed roofs.
- Fully followed with hot bitumen, chilly glue or light
- Multiple handles
- An assortment of sorts are accessible to give resistance against pedestrian activity
- Mineral, smooth or surge and rock are accessible for surfacing
Built-Up roof layers, alluded to by the acronym BUR, have been being used in the U.S. for over 100 years. Developed roof frameworks are normally alluded to as “tar and rock” roofs. BUR systems generally are composed of alternating layers of bitumen and reinforcing fabrics that create a finished membrane.
- Fully followed with hot bitumen or cool cement
- Multiple employs
- Smooth or surge and rock are accessible for surfacing
Industrial Roof Coatings
Roof coatings are turning out to be increasingly prevalent in drawing out the life of both conventional and metal material frameworks. Roof coatings can be connected by either the rolling or splashing techniques and basically include a ‘top coat’ to the current material framework. Like retrofitting a roof, Roof coatings are a prominent option since it is more financially savvy than a retrofit. Furthermore, contrasted with a retrofit which basically includes another layer of roofing material, Roof coatings make a concoction attach to the present material substrate basically ‘building up’ the current framework. Most covering producers offer 5 or 10 year framework guarantees on covering Installations.
Reflective Roof Coatings – Metal
An other option to customary material is utilizing a metal material framework. Although the initial investment is higher compared to a traditional roofing system, metal systems have been shown to last 2-3 times as long compared to those traditional systems which typically last anywhere from 10 to 20 years.
Another advantage to metal material frameworks is the adaptability of hues and plans. Metal roofing systems can come in the form of standing seam, flat seam or can be made to look like asphalt shingles, tiles or cedar shakes. Although metal roofing systems can come in the form of copper and stainless steel, the most popular choices are aluminum and steel.