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Expect Excellence, Partnership & Quality from Your ELEVATE™ Contractor in West Virginia

Our contractors work with one goal: to cover you better than anyone else in the industry. Trust an ELEVATE Roofing Contractor in West Virginia, and you can expect excellent customer service and skill, plus the professional implementation of our premier roofing, wall, and lining systems.

How do you know it's the right time to reach out to a professional commercial roofer in West Virginia? Though property owners and facility/maintenance personnel are equipped to do most things, they can't solve every problem. A professional roofing company is your best choice when maintaining one of your building's most critical investments— the roof and its many parts.

Call a commercial roofing contractor near you in West Virginia when you spot visible damage, clogged drains and gutters, ponding water on a flat roof, or leaks. Even if there aren't any glaring symptoms of roof leaks or damage, it's good to call on a professional bi-yearly for a seasonal roof check and recurring maintenance. A licensed contractor can quickly identify lurking issues and swiftly remedy them to protect your asset. Maintenance and inspection are both incredibly important if you have a current Red Shield™ Warranty.

Start with a Roofing System Inspection in West Virginia

Though they're outside the scope of Red Shield Warranties, routine inspections are critical to any long-term roofing system maintenance program. Your nearest ELEVATE-licensed contractor in West Virginia provides both expert inspections and expert repairs. During your commercial roof inspection in West Virginia, a contractor will evaluate roofing membrane seams, drainage, damage from wind or contaminants, and roof traffic. They'll note excessive wear in high traffic areas, punctures or cuts from dropped tools, and compressed or crushed insulation. They'll examine drainage systems from top to bottom, looking for evidence of structural compromise from moisture and a history of ponding water. Proper drainage is one of the most critical roof design and maintenance items, since even a tiny bit of water infiltration can impair the roof deck, roof insulation, and items inside the building. They'll also thoroughly review the edge metal for wind damage, the roof membrane, and rooftop equipment and ensure roof exposure to oils, acids, fats, and other organic solvents hasn't triggered undue membrane bulging or cracking. All in all, the aim is to preserve a watertight roof, and your West Virginia commercial roofing contractor will suggest repairs accordingly.

The type of commercial roof material currently in place will determine the specific course of action, whether for replacement or repairs. ELEVATE Licensed contractors are qualified to install and service various systems, including EPDM, TPO, PVC, asphalt, and metal roof systems. Get to know these different systems and try our three-question quiz for roof system advice.

EPDM Roofing Membranes & Materials in West Virginia

EPDM stands for ethylene propylene diene monomer, and our field-tested synthetic rubber compound is the foundation for premium ELEVATE EPDM roofing membrane. The membrane performs well in northern climates and also West Virginia's climate. It's excellent for hospitals, schools, office buildings, and warehouses, and has proven its long-term durability for decades. Beyond longevity, EPDM benefits include simple maintenance and versatility. Contact one of our Sales Representatives or a licensed ELEVATE Roofing Contractor near you in West Virginia to learn more.

TPO Roofing Roofing Systems in West Virginia

TPO, an abbreviation of thermoplastic polyolefin, is one of the fastest-expanding eco-friendly commercial roofing materials in the market. This single-ply roofing membrane reflects heat and helps conserves energy, offering year-round resistance to ultraviolet, ozone, and chemicals. TPO is typically quick and simple to install, and ELEVATE offers self-adhered TPO membranes for smooth installation on complicated roof surfaces with no disruptive smell (no VOCs) to building occupants. Business operations can continue as normal through the process of installing ELEVATE TPO SA membrane. TPO can be purchased in a variety of colors, be used on both residential and commercial facilities, and is eligible for up to 30-year warranty. Reach out to an ELEVATE Sales Representative or Roofing Contractor to learn more and to see if TPO is suitable for your West Virginia property.

PVC Roofing Membranes & Materials in West Virginia

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) single-ply roofing membranes are a highly durable, highly reflective solution for a low slope and flat roofs. PVC roofing systems have been tested in the field for for 35 years and counting, continue proving. their resistance to moisture, chemicals, fire, and wind. Also, PVC membranes are white and solar reflective. These features help to maintain a building's energy consumption and temperature and lessen the heat island effect in dense, urban locales. PVC membranes are perfect for urban buildings subject to harsh weather conditions, animal fats, grease, and chemicals, and can handle mild foot traffic thanks to heat-welded, watertight seams. Should you choose an ELEVATE PVC membrane for your West Virginia facility? Call an ELEVATE Roofing Contractor or ELEVATE Sales Representative in West Virginia today.

Asphalt Roofing Membranes & Materials in West Virginia

ELEVATE Asphalt roofing systems are different from traditional asphalt technology thanks to our proprietary blend of choice grades of refined asphalt and polymers. The end result is that our asphalt roofing systems deliver remarkable strength and flexibility for close to any low slope or flat roof condition. Turn to asphalt roofing for great flexibility in cold climates even when installation temperatures dip below 0℉. Contact an ELEVATE Roofing Contractor in West Virginia or a national Sales Representative to learn more about our unique asphalt roof solutions, including modified bitumen membrane systems, traditional built-up systems, and modified bitumen and hybrid built-up systems.

Metal Roofing Systems in West Virginia

ELEVATE Metal roofing systems in West Virginia provide architects, building owners, and specifiers with exceptional design freedom. Our high quality metal roofing materials are available in many colors and substrates. Metal roof materials have existed for centuries, and today's metal roofs perfectly balance design and durability. From a functional perspective, they're fire retardant, lightweight, and require minimal maintenance. Consider a metal roofing system if you're working with a building that features complicated architectural geometry or you want to create a brand new roof with special features. Your West Virginia ELEVATE Contractor or Sales Representative can also explain the distinctions between non-warranted metal panels and warranted panels and how to protect your investment. Metal systems produced by ELEVATE can be fully recycled once they reach the end of their lifespan.

ELEVATE Is the Source for Commercial Roofing and Wall Insulation in West Virginia

Without proper insulation, even the best commercial roofing system is at risk. For time-tested wall and roof insulation in West Virginia that helps manage a building's energy consumption and protect the roof's structural integrity, pick polyisocyanurate thermal insulation, also referred to as polyiso, PIR, or ISO. ELEVATE polyiso products deliver the highest thermal performance per inch of common low slope roof insulations. Calculate your HVAC savings with ELEVATE ISOGARD™. We also provide coated glass panels for additional fire, wind, and mold protection, as well as vacuum insulated systems, cover boards, and composite boards. Connect with an ELEVATE Roofing Contractor in West Virginia or a Sales Representative for help selecting the best insulation material for your next commercial project.


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