New Roof System Construction
Located in South Florida, PSI Roofing formed to provide quality roofing services to commercial and industrial property owners in the South Florida community.
The success of our company is reflected in the quality of our services and the drive to get the job done right the first time. It has been and will always be our intention to provide all of our customers with a single point of contact for all of their industrial and commercial roofing needs. Our staff utilizes the best products available on the market and the newest technology for estimating and project management.
PSI Roofing has been in business for 25 years and owns all of the equipment needed for new roof projects. All of our employees wear name tags, so they are easily identifiable on the jobsite.
We are a qualified Master Contractor with all major manufacturers. We work alongside several general contractors in the South Florida area for new construction projects. PSI Roofing stays up to date with all building codes for every new construction project that it undertakes.
Ensuring that your new commercial roof is built to last!
Building owners know how important roofing is, not just for protecting the building itself, but also the people and assets the building contains. Extend the life of your building by hiring the right commercial roofing contractor, this is vital to the asset management of your property.
What you can expect for your new roofing project:
– Turnkey Service
PSI Roofing calculates all general costs upfront including permits, engineering, crane, delivery, and disposal fees. Our quotes are as accurate as they can get.
A task that we do not take lightly in any project. Communication is the key to everything and we make sure our clients and their tenants are up to date and informed on everything throughout the project duration. Emails and daily reports are sent to the client and its representatives everyday. Also, newsletters are sent to tenants and homeowners informing them of the project and any updates throughout the duration of it.
We want our clients to be involved as much as possible and to show you how we operate on a job site. Project Managers visit the job sites weekly to discuss updates and progress of the project and communicate back to our clients as well as answering any questions the client may have. A full time on site foreman is there everyday to manage his crew as well as the Superintendents visiting everyday to check on the progress.
– Jobsite Awareness
We take a problem-solving approach as we address site logistics, clients’ needs, and any other concerns while on the jobsite. Safety of our employees, clients, associates, and the general public is our initial concern when first arriving on a jobsite. Some normal procedures that PSI provides are: daily cleanup of the jobsite, cover and protect any sensitive areas, repair any damaged landscaping, and 24-48 hours courtesy notice of AC units being disconnected in order to perform work.
Learn More About Your Roof Here:
You have your own facilities crew well trained to prevent damage to your low-slope roof. They stay on the walkways, tread carefully, and log their work in a rooftop access record book. But what about third parties? What about preventing damage to your roof from heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) service workers?
Deciding which low-slope or flat roof material is best for your business is only one of countless decisions you face as a commercial property manager. How long should a flat roof last? What are some flat roof advantages and disadvantages? Please allow us to simplify your decision-making process.