Shelby Roofing & Exteriors prides itself in being a leader in the commercial roofing industry. We have been servicing the commercial and industrial industry since our founding over 33 years ago. We go to great lengths to make sure both our staff and crews stay up to date on the latest productions and roof installation methods available. Replacing your current roofing system is a big financial decision that we do not take lightly. Often times upon inspection we determine we can perform maintenance or repairs to your existing system to help you keep the costs down. This may give you much needed time to budget for complete replacement. We understand how much of an investment replacing a roof is. That's why we will give you multiple options on product applications available.
Built Up Applications
Considered “old school” by a lot of the newer companies, this method has stood the test of time. Over the years we have discovered time and time again, (depending on the design of your building) this can be one of the longest lasting and most affordable options available.
Modified Bitumen Applications
Also considered "old school" by many of the newer companies, this mothod has become somewhat of a lost art. Whether it is torched down, hot mopped, or a peel and stick application, Shelby Roofing & Exteriors does it all. There are many advantages to this system
- It is very durable
- More durable than puncture resistant single ply roofing systems
- Easy to repair and perform routine maintenance in all weather
A more modern system designed for year round installation with proper roof deck preparation. However, some adjustments must be made for certain weather conditions. It can be mechanically fastened or fully adhered depending on the substrate of the roof. There are many advantages to using this membrane. One of the main advantages is this membrane is it's reflective qualities. Also it comes in up to ten foot wide rolls which means fewer seams. It is very safe to install and comes in different thicknesses. This product can be used for a complete new roof or to recover an existing roof if building codes allow.