Commercial Roof Installation, Repair, and Replacement in Fort Worth, TX
Veritas Roofing has been installing, repairing, and replacing commercial roofs in Fort Worth, Tx and the surrounding areas for years.
Also known as industrial roofing, commercial roofing systems help seal a commercial building and protect the interior spaces from dust, dirt, rain, snow, wind, and more.
Due to their complexity and the crucial importance of safeguarding the assets they protect, these systems require different training and specialization to install correctly.
Veritas Commercial Roofing Solutions
If you own or manage commercial properties in North Texas, you likely have concerns over the durability and energy efficiency of your property.
Your property’s roof can either make or break your building’s heating & cooling costs, and the roof of the building is the first place a building owner should look to protect the property’s interior from leaks.
Veritas Roofing delivers long term, cost-effective solutions for your roofing needs with a best-in-class installation of a TPO roof system.
Industrial Material Options
When shopping options for a new commercial build or commercial roof replacement, you’ll discover a wide range of commercial material options and system styles.
Some of the more popular industrial material options include:
Commercial metal roofs are light, relatively durable, and come in a variety of colors and coatings.
Metal roofing systems are light, relatively durable, and aesthetically pleasing. They typically require low maintenance, and tend to hold up well against light to medium-sized hail. Metal roofs also come in a wide variety of colors and coatings, allowing a commercial building owner to tailor the aesthetics to their choosing.
Some popular metal roofing options include:
PBR: Some would say PBR metal panels are the industry standard for commercial roofing. These robust panels feature exposed fasteners and are ideal for low slope applications.
PBU: Similar to PBR panels, but with a more decorative appearance, this exposed fastener material can be installed both horizontally and vertically. Many commercial building owners choose PBU for its uniform and aesthetically appealing appearance.
PBC: Perhaps the gold standard of exposed fastener metal roof panels, PBC is known to be extremely durable and stable. Featuring a similar appearance to PBU, this material is built to withstand extreme weather and wear.
Ethylene propylene diene polymer (EPDM) systems are comprised of a synthetic rubber material. These roofs can be adhered using an adhesive, mechanical attachment, or ballasting. EPDM systems have several seams that are sealed with adhesive or a specially-formulated tape.
Made from hydrocarbons, EPDM is a popular choice for low-slope industrial buildings and typically is available in either black or white. Like TPO, this material can be installed using an adhesive, mechanical attachment, or ballasting, with the seams of the roofing system being sealed with liquid adhesives or a specially-formulated tape.
Polyvinyl Chloride, or PVC is a membrane-style system, known for UV resistance and lower susceptibility to tears and punctures in comparison to EPDM.
This commercial roof is pieced together with heat-welded seams, aiding in the ease of repairs.
PVC roofing systems typically come in a white reflective color, helping to offset heating and cooling costs both by insulating the building it covers and reflecting UV rays on sunny days.
The Best Roofing Material for Your Commercial Building
Short for Thermoplastic Polyolefin, TPO is a single-ply roofing membrane, designed to act as an excellent insulator and moisture barrier.
Unlike some of its multiply counterparts, this commercial roofing material is installed in a single membrane application, typically by way of mechanical attachment, adhesive, plate bonding, or ballasting.
As a bonus, some manufacturers offer TPO with an optional Fleeceback that allows it to be adhered with a low-rise urethane foam. This foam layer provides stellar insulation and can end up lowering heating and cooling bills dramatically in the long-run.
While TPO is available in a variety of colors, the most popular choice is white.
TPO systems are known to hold up very well in extreme wind conditions.
All things considered, we recommend our commercial roofing clients go with a TPO system for their replacement or new installation.
Not only are these systems the most cost-effective once you factor in their energy savings, they also tend to be the most durable and worry-free over the lifetime of a building.
Free Fort Worth Commercial Roof Inspections
As one of the best commercial roofers in the Metroplex, we repair and install roofs throughout Fort Worth, Dallas, and beyond.
While we are based in the Near Southside area of Fort Worth, we are happy to come out and inspect a commercial roof, wherever we are needed.
Considering the high frequency of storms in Fort Worth, it’s crucial to regularly inspect the roof of your commercial building for damage, especially after hail or another severe weather event.
Finding a roof leak or other issue before it spreads can end up saving you thousands in damaged inventory or property down the line.
A leaky roof can easily lead to mold and other secondary damage to ceilings, walls, and furnishings.
That’s why we spend the extra effort to make sure every job is done right, building our commercial roofs to last, and guaranteeing our work with a class-leading labor and material warranty in most cases.
Rather than wonder if you are going to end up with an expensive mold remediation bill down the line, it’s best to identify and address roof damage as quickly as possible.
Has your roof been damaged by the recent storms in the Metroplex?
Don’t wait until you run into expensive problems with mold or water damage to find out.
Commercial Roof Life Expectancy
When properly installed and maintained, modern commercial roofing materials can last for decades.
We are so confident in the products we install that we offer a material and labor guarantee of 30 years or more on most commercial projects.
With proper care, maintenance, and a little luck, the life span of a commercial roof can sometimes even go beyond 30 years, making the investment in a new commercial roofing system a very wise decision. One that often ends up paying for itself in energy cost savings in the long-run.
Why Veritas for My Commercial Building’s Roof?
At Veritas Roofing, we take the time to review each commercial property owner’s needs and goals for their building project. Veritas Roofing is manufacturer-certified to install commercial roof systems that come along with a manufacturer’s warranty on both the materials and Veritas Roofing’s installation.
Add to that Veritas Roofing’s lifetime transferable workmanship warranty, and lifetime service commitment, and you have a roofing contractor you know you can count on for years to come. These warranties are transferable to the buyer of your property, adding value to your building should you look to sell in the future.
About Fort Worth
Holding the title of the 2nd largest city in DFW, Fort Worth is also the 5th biggest city in Texas.
Established in 1849 as an army outpost on the Trinity River, Fort Worth is considered the hub of the Texas longhorn cattle trade, with a present-day celebration of Cowboy culture still alive and well today.
You’ll find signs of Fort Worth’s western heritage in the architecture downtown, cowboy attire peppering the stockyards and famed southern hospitality throughout the city.
In recent decades, Fort Worth has also developed a reputation as a cultural hub, aided by the world-class Kimball Art Museum and a vibrant local music and art scene.
Nestled in the middle of Tarrant County, with a population of around 896,000 residents, this city is home to countless businesses and commercial properties.
Some of the more well-known commercial districts of Fort Worth include:
Because Fort Worth is also home to some of the most unpredictable weather patterns in Texas, most businesses here will face hail damage at some point in their lifetime.
Clocking an average of around 3,000 hailstorms per year, the average business in this area is hit by hail at least once a year.
While some of this hail is small and relatively harmless, Fort Worth regularly sees golf ball-sized and larger hail that can seriously damage commercial roofs.
As aforementioned, a damaged roof has a high likelihood of letting in water during subsequent storms, causing water damage to the assets, inventory, and interior surfaces contained within a commercial building.
That’s why Veritas offers free commercial roof inspections in Fort Worth and throughout the Metroplex.