Commercial Roofing Re-Cover
We always recommend a roof re-cover when a roof is not suitable for a commercial roof coating but can still support a second layer.
Reduced noise and tenant impact
What Types Of Roofs Can Be Recovered?
Most flat roof types can be recovered, provided the existing roof structure is in stable condition and there hasn’t been significant water damage. The roof must also have not been previously recovered. A few examples of roof types that can be recovered are Asphalt roofing, Built-Up Roofing, EPDM, Modified Bitument, and Tar and Gravel roofs.
How Is A Commercial Flat Roof Re-Covered?
What Types Of Roofs Can Not Be Recovered?
Flat roofs that have suffered water damage or have more than two existing layers of roofing surfaces cannot be recovered and should be completely replaced. Additionally, if the decking has been compromised in multiple locations, the roof should be completely torn off. Sometimes, damaged decking is only in one area and an isolated tear-off can be performed.
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Commercial Re-Cover Projects
A few completed Re-Cover Portfolio projects by Parsons Roofing Company. We always recommend a roof re-cover when a roof is not suitable for a commercial roof coating but can still support a second layer. We use the top roofing industry products such as Versico Versiweld 60mil TPO with Long-lasting duration with NDL warranty options. Read more about the benefits of a roof re-cover.