Best Roofing Material For A Commercial Warehouse?!

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Old 04-27-2017, 12:45 PM   #11
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A slate roof on a warehouse?! You must be joking. Right?!


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I recommend Liquid Rubber Roofing by EPDMCoatings, Almost all commercial buildings with metal roofs have trim deck, clip lock, or similar type profiles. Your roof is always exposed and vulnerable to various weather conditions, such as acid rain. All kinds of elements can cause your roof to expand and contract which eventually lead to considerable damage that will require the expert experience of a roofing company that is very qualified in commercial roof repair and restoration.
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Originally Posted by Juliaj View Post
I have a 15,000 sq. ft. flat warehouse in Michigan and I am wondering what the best roofing material is between PVC, EPDM and TPO?

Does anyone have any recommendations?

What are the pros and cons of each material for this climate?

Are there any experts out there with insight on this topic?!
Considering the extreme weather of the Michigan, extremely cold during winter and sweltering heat during summer, asphalt is completely out of question. Metal roofing would suit the best as it can easily resist the extreme weather and does not require lots of maintenance and got a longer life span.
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