Flat roof contractors don’t always know about sloped roofing methods, and vice versa. Clark’s Roofing and Construction is proud to offer expertise in both areas so that you have many options for your commercial roof installation in Wichita.
Flat roof techniques are more common on commercial roofs than sloped roofs. The options tend to be more expensive, but that is also attributed to the fact that many business roofs are larger than residential roofs. Flat roofing materials include the following:
- PVC (polyvinyl chloride) roofing
- TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) roofing
- EPDM (ethylene propylene diene terpolymer) rubber roofing
- Modified bitumen
- BUR (built-up roofing)
- Spray on
- Asphalt shingles
- Cedar shakes and shingles
- Metal roofing
- Clay tiles
- Slate tiles
Talk to one of our experts today to decide which type of roof is best for your business!
We routinely do metal roof replacement and rubber roof replacement. We also replace asphalt shingles on commercial roofs. With any of these repairs, we will also replace flashing and skylights if necessary.
Installing a new roof is, of course, an easier job overall because the entire building is going up at once, so we can tailor your new roof to the building construction that is being completed. Roof replacement is a little trickier because we sometimes have to work with construction that has settled or warped over time. Luckily, Clark’s Roofing and Construction can repair any construction faults underneath the roof before we add your new commercial roof.