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Roofers at Work


  • Baker Roofing Company

  • CentiMark Corporation

  • Flynn Group

  • Greenwood Industries

  • Kalkreuth Roofing and Sheet Metal

  • Latite

  • Nations Roof

  • Tecta America Commercial Roofing

  • Western Roofing, Inc.

  • Westlake Royal Roofing Solutions


List Updated Annually - 2023

Baker Roofing Company

Logo Baker Roofing Company

Commercial & Residential Roofing Services

About: Baker Roofing Company, established in 1915, is a full-service building envelope contractor recognized as one of the leading specialty contractors in the nation. BRC provides expert roofing, restoration, coatings, and exterior services for both commercial and residential customers.

CentiMark Corporation

Logo CentiMark Corporation

Commercial Roofing Contractor

About: Based in over 95 locations across the US, Centimark offers services in reroofing, new construction, protection measures, repairs, and cleaning alongside various other options in commercial asset management.


Flynn Group

Logo Flynn Group

Building Envelope Trade Contractor

About: Established in 1978, the Canada-based roofing company employs over 6,000 people in 35 locations across the US, and provides roofing, glazing, and architectural paneling for a variety of construction uses.

Greenwood Industries

Logo Greenwood Industries

Envelope Solutions Including Roofing

About: Greenwood Industries is the custom building envelope solutions company, which provides commercial roofing, architectural metal, waterproofing, and maintenance ensures that any exterior building system is protected regardless of scope or complexity.

Kalkreuth Roofing and Sheet Metal

Logo Kalkreuth Roofing and Sheet Metal

Roofing Services

About: Kalkreuth Roofing and Sheet Metal operates in KY, MD, OH, PA, and WV, and has broad experience in restoration, entertainment, retail, government, healthcare, education, and transportation projects



Logo Latite

Roofing and Sheet Metal Services

About: Latite Roofing & Sheet Metal is Florida's largest roofing company. Latite offers new construction, reroof, and repair for commercial and residential buildings in the Ft. Lauderdale-Miami, Ft. Myers-Naples, Tampa-St. Pete and West Palm Beach metro areas.


Nations Roof

Logo Nations Roof

Commercial Roofing Services

About: Nations Roof, based in Alabama, boasts a strong geographic reach with 33 other locations across the US, and has grown over 60% in the last 4 years. They're always busy, with projects in all 50 states, and excel in timely payments.

Tecta America Commercial Roofing

Logo Tecta America Commercial Roofing

Commercial Roofing Contractor

About: Tecta America is the largest commercial roofing contractor in the US, providing roofing solutions nationwide. Tecta offers the responsiveness of a local roofing contractor backed by the resources and stability that a national firm provides. TACR has over 80 locations nationwide.

Western Roofing, Inc.

Logo Western Roofing, Inc.

Full Service Roofing Contractor

About: Founded in 1995, Colorado-based Western Roofing, Inc. provides roofing maintenance, repair and replacement for commercial and institutional business owners, and works with Duro-Last, a privately held roof manufacturing company.

Westlake Royal Roofing Solutions

Logo Westlake Royal Roofing Solutions

Roofing Solutions Provider

About: Westlake Royal Roofing Solutions™ offers durable and sustainable clay, composite, concrete, and steel roof systems, including US Tile® and DaVinci® Roofscapes' premium tiles. They also offer Newpoint™ Concrete Tile Roofing, Unified Steel™ Stone Coated Roofing, and Westlake Royal™ Roofing Components for superior installation and performance.


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Baker Roofing Company
CentiMark Corporation
Flynn Group
Greenwood Industries
Kalkreuth Roofing and Sheet Metal
Nations Roof
Westlake Royal Roofing Solutions
Tecta America Commercial Roofing
Western Roofing, Inc.

Commercial roof replacement


Commercial roof replacement is a significant investment that requires careful planning and execution. It is a complex process that involves several steps, from choosing the right roofing system to hiring a reputable contractor. In this guide, we will discuss the key considerations involved in commercial roof replacement.

Determine if your roof needs replacement:

The first step in commercial roof replacement is to determine if your roof needs to be replaced. Signs that your roof may need replacement include:

  • Age of the roof: most commercial roofs have a lifespan of 15 to 25 years.

  • Visible signs of damage such as cracks, leaks, or water damage.

  • Increased energy bills: If you notice a sudden increase in your energy bills, it could be due to poor insulation or ventilation caused by a damaged roof.

Choose the right roofing system:

Once you have decided to replace your roof, the next step is to choose the right roofing system. The most popular commercial roofing systems include:

  • Single-ply roofing: a popular option due to its durability and energy efficiency.

  • Built-up roofing: a traditional roofing system made up of layers of asphalt and felt.

  • Metal roofing: a durable and long-lasting option that is ideal for high-wind areas.

  • Modified bitumen roofing: a multi-layered system that is resistant to wear and tear.

Hire a reputable contractor:

Hiring a reputable contractor is crucial to the success of your commercial roof replacement project. Some factors to consider when choosing a contractor include:

  • Experience: Look for a contractor with a proven track record of successfully completing commercial roofing projects.

  • Licenses and insurance: Make sure the contractor is licensed and insured to protect you in case of accidents or damages.

  • References: Ask for references from past clients to ensure the contractor has a history of delivering quality work.

Prepare for the installation:

Before the installation begins, you need to prepare your business for the work that will be done. This may include:

  • Informing your employees: Let your employees know that there will be work done on the roof and how it may affect their workday.

  • Moving equipment: If there is any equipment on the roof, it will need to be moved to ensure the safety of the workers.

  • Parking: Ensure that the contractor has ample parking space for their vehicles and equipment.

Installation process:

The installation process typically involves the following steps:

  • Tear-off: The old roofing system is removed and disposed of.

  • Repair: Any damaged substrate is repaired or replaced.

  • Installation: The new roofing system is installed.

  • Inspection: A final inspection is conducted to ensure the roof is properly installed.


After the installation is complete, regular maintenance is essential to ensure the longevity of your new commercial roof. Some maintenance tasks include:

  • Inspections: Schedule regular inspections to detect and repair any damage before it becomes more severe.

  • Cleaning: Keep the roof clean to prevent the buildup of debris and dirt.

  • Repairs: Address any issues as soon as they arise to avoid more extensive damage.

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