Commercial Flat Roofing

While flat roofs have been around since ancient times, the technology behind them has continued to improve. Flat roofs have needs that differ from roofs that are angled and typically consist of specially designed materials that enhance their effectiveness. These materials are produced as a membrane that covers the entirety of the roof and helps remove water from the roof and prevent leaks. Several of the roofing materials that we frequently install on flat roofs include:

  • Modified Bitumen: Developed from asphalt roofing, modified bitumen, consists of asphalt and other solvents and modifiers. There are two common modified bitumen materials SBSandAPP. SBS or Styrene Butadiene Styrene is a rubber based material that is highly resistant to tearing and allows bitumen to become malleable for easier application on roofs. APP or Atactic Polypropylene is a synthetic rubber polymer used to enhance bitumen’s ability to withstand normal wear and tear.
  • TPO: Thermoplastic Polyolefin or TPO is a rubber polymer that is more durable and resistant than traditional rubber and three to five times as strong as EPDM roofing membranes.
  • PVC: Polyvinyl Chloride or PVC is a form of vinyl roofing membrane. It is often combined with other polymers to augment its durability. These roofs are typically white in color and help reflect sunlight, leading to an increase in energy efficiency.
    Flat roofs were originally developed by ancient civilizations in Egypt, Arabia and Persia as one of the first forms of architecture as a part of developed civilization. Over time, technology has improved, and we are able to build more stable, efficient and reliable roofing solutions. Today, many commercial and residential properties still employ flat roofs.

Modern standards dictate that a flat roof is a roof that has a slope of 10 or fewer degrees. This is in contrast to sloped roofs that have larger inclines. Because flat roofs have a low slope, they require additional considerations such as how to best prevent water from accumulating and creating leaks. If you need the assistance of a professional with commercial flat roofing installation in Cape Coral, FL, call Campbell Roofing and Sheet Metal.

Commercial Flat Roofing


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911 SE 15th Ave
Cape Coral FL 33990 US

Selecting a Flat Roof Contractor

Flat roofs require the specialized knowledge and tools of a licensed professional roofer. The difference between needing to make expensive repairs and enjoying the comfort and protection of your roof is the installation of your roof. You can have the finest quality products but if they are not installed correctly, then you may experience significant issues with your roof.

There are a variety of roofing solutions for your commercial flat roof available, and you need to consult a trustworthy roofer to be sure that you are selecting the option that best fits your property’s particular needs. For instance, flat roofs are typically membranes made of different polymers, rubbers, and types of vinyl that require precise knowledge of their ability to reflect sunlight, expand and contract with the building and resist tearing.


Why Choose Campbell Roofing?

We have over 30 years of experience assisting the people who live and work in Florida with their flat roofs. You can count on Campbell Roofing and Sheet Metal to provide you the information you need to select your roofing solution.

We offer several commercial flat roofing options including modified bitumen, TPO, and PVC roofing membranes. We include warranties on all of our work and products as well as maintenance plans to ensure that you maximize your roof’s potential.

Schedule an appointment for your free estimate for commercial flat roofing installation by calling our office at your convenience.

We offer TPO, Modified Bitumen, and PVC commercial Roofing, and Commercial Flat repairs in Ft. Myers, Naples, Port Charlotte, Sarasota, and all surrounding areas.