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Commercial Roofing in Bulverde, TX

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Quality Commercial Roofing in Bulverde, TX

If you are need commercial roofing services and are looking for a trusted contractor with a reputation for providing fast, reliable, and competitively priced commercial roofing in Bulverde, TX, contact Wilson Roofing & Renovations!   Whether you want to stay ahead of potential roof-related problems with preventative maintenance, find a fast solution for minor damage with roof repair services, or are searching for a contractor that can handle the construction of a new roof for your facility, Wilson Roofing & Renovations is ready, willing, and able to deliver.

As a full-service roofing company, Wilson Roofing & Renovations offers both residential and commercial roofing services.  While residential roofs are generally built of either asphalt or tile, commercial roofs can be constructed from a wider variety of materials.  The materials used in construction of a commercial facility’s roof are distinct from those typically used in residential roofing work, and the procedures involved their installation is also different.  For these reasons, Wilson Roofing & Renovations employs knowledgeable, experienced, and thoroughly cross trained roofing service technicians to ensure that all of our field crews are equipped with the specialized skillsets required to tackle the task at hand, regardless of whether it applies to a residential or a commercial roofing project.

For quality commercial roofing in Bulverde, TX,  contact Wilson Roofing & Renovations today.  You’ll be relieved when your roofing problems are eliminated, shocked by the speed of the services, and pleased by Wilson Roofing & Renovation’s competitive prices.  Call us at 210.764.4111 or send us a message using the provided Contact Form.  We look forward to hearing from you soon!

RESIDENTIAL VS COmmercial Roofing in Bulverde, TX

The materials used for commercial roofing differ from those used in residential roofing projects.  Although commercial buildings could make use of shingles or tile, it isn’t something that is commonly seen.  In comparison to the average residential structure – like the homes you’d find your local neighborhood – commercial facilities are relatively big (in many cases, they’re actual gigantic), and they also are intended to serve a completely different purpose. 

The amount of material required to complete a  commercial roofing project is much greater, and because it is often impractical to construct a commercial facility with the same roof style as a residential building, the materials must be capable of withstanding different conditions.   Moreover, commercial roofing systems must be designed to accommodate structural elements that are unique to commercial buildings such as air flow system components and external piping.


Check out the next section to learn more about material options available for use in commercial roofing.  Wilson Roofing & Renovations can provide for all of your commercial roofing needs, so contact us today at 210.764.4111 or send us a message using the provided Contact Form.  We have staff ready to take your calls and answer your inquiries 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so please get in touch with Wilson Roofing & Renovations today!

MATERIALS FOR Commercial Roofing in Bulverde TX

BUR Roofing

BUR, an anacronym for “Built Up Roofing”, consist of multiple layers of roofing materials – generally constructed from fabric, felt or mats – that are laminated and bound together by a tar-like substance called bitumen.  Bitumen may appear to be like asphalt, which is used for shingle roofing systems, but is in fact, different.  Asphalt is a concrete mixture while bitumen is an adhesive binding agent that typically used for/with pavement.   BUR systems are typically surfaced with gravel, and they are a popular commercial roofing material for traditional commercial roofs.  They are versatile and can be used with nearly any kind of roof, but they tend to have shorter lifespans when applied to steeply graded roofs.  Contact Wilson Roofing & Renovation at 210.764.4111 to learn more about whether a BUR roofing system is right for your commercial roofing in Bulverde, TX!

EPDM Roofing

Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer (EPDM) is a highly durable material that is capable of withstanding extreme temperatures, harsh conditions (like hail and heavy rain) and exposure to chemicals.  It is exceptionally well suited to roofing applications due to these qualities, as well as to the fact that it is highly effective as a sealant, which means it is great for waterproofing commercial roofs.  It is ideal for use on low-sloping roofs and is a very affordable commercial roofing option.  EPDM is often referred to as “rubber roofing.” Contact Wilson Roofing & Renovation at 210.764.4111 to learn more about whether an EPDM roofing system is right for your commercial roofing in Bulverde, TX!

TPO Roofing

A rising star amongst roofing material options for commercial roofing projects, TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin) is the least expensive roofing materials available.  It is extremely versatile and can be applied using adhesives but can also be installed directly to a roof deck using fasteners.  TPO roofing is equally hearty yet is more lightweight than EPDM but may not have as long of a lifespan – it’s hard to tell because TPO is a relatively new roofing technology in comparison with EPDM.  TPO also offers the added advantage of exceptional resistance to ozone and ultraviolet rays and is much better at reflecting heat radiation than EPDM. Contact Wilson Roofing & Renovation at 210.764.4111 to learn more about whether a TPO roofing system is right for your commercial roofing in Bulverde, TX!

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