Kimora Custom Roofing LLC

McKinney Commercial Roofing, Roofing Contractor and Roof Maintenance

Types of Roofs

EPDM / TPO Roofing

EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) is a synthetic rubber that is used primarily as roofing material on low slope commercial properties. Since its debut forty years ago, EPDM has proven time and again that it is one of the most reliable roofing materials. It has the ability to withstand extreme temperatures and it also expands and contracts with the building.

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Flat Roofs

It’s very common for business and commercial property owners to focus on things like color schemes, landscaping and signage when they think about the exterior of their commercial buildings because they all directly affect the curb appeal. Curb appeal is the attractiveness of a property and its surroundings when viewed from the street and it is an essential part of attracting customers.

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Slate Roofing

If you want your commercial building’s roof to last, you can’t go wrong with a slate roof. Some slate roofs have been known to last up to 100 years if they receive proper maintenance throughout their lifetime. Slate roofs have been popular for centuries because they are as beautiful as they are durable.

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Modified Bitumen Roofing

One of the most popular roofing systems for low slope or flat roofs in North America, modified bitumen roofing is an asphalt-based product that has a proven track record of performance with superior waterproofing and high tensile strength for high-traffic roofs.

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Shingle Roofs

If your commercial building’s shingle roof is starting to show signs of wear and tear, don’t be dismayed. This could be the perfect opportunity to give your commercial building that curb appeal-boosting makeover it has needed to attract new clients and customers.

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Tar and Gravel Roofing

By in large, the safest bet when selecting the right roofing material for your commercial property is built-up roofing, commonly referred to as tar and gravel roofing.

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Tile Roofing

Commercial buildings come in all kinds of different shapes and sizes. By in large, commercial buildings in the area use flat or low-sloped roofs. However, not all of them do. And if your commercial building employs a pitched roof, you ought to consider equipping it with tile roofing.

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White Membrane Roofing

Local commercial buildings need to do whatever they can to keep their costs down and if you have been paying too much for heating and cooling every month, then the solution is right above your head. Your roof can have a huge impact on your commercial building’s energy efficiency. And one of the ways that you can make it more energy efficient is by investing in a white membrane roof.

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Commercial Industrial Metal Roofs

Every local commercial and industrial property needs a reliable roof over its head. Truth be told, every building needs a well-constructed roof, but this is especially true of commercial and industrial properties because they contain valuable assets and equipment, and they can’t afford to be shut down for long stretches of time to fix water damage, remediate any mold and repair the roof.

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