Need A New Commercial Roof in South Florida?
Commercial Roof Replacement With PSI Roofing
PSI Roofing has built a successful history of installing high-quality commercial roofing systems with unmatched attention to detail for customers who demand the best the industry has to offer.
Our clients range from office buildings, manufacturing and industrial warehouses, condominium associations, healthcare facilities, storage facilities, schools and universities, shopping centers, churches, federal government and armed forces facilities. Check out our portfolio of completed projects!
Roofing Project – Before & After
Our comprehensive proposal packages provide our clients with detailed information on the existing conditions of their roof. We make sure to explain with simple terminology the details of our proposed solutions and how this will benefit our clients. Our proposals include detailed information on the roofing materials being used and how they will be installed. We pride ourselves on producing the most detailed roofing proposals in the industry to ensure you know, from start to finish, what is being installed on your roof.
Commercial Re-Roofing System Installation Types
The following are types of roof systems installed by PSI:
- Modified and Built-Up — The traditional multi-ply system with granulated finishes including cold and hot applications
- TPO — Mechanically attached or fully adhered rubber laminated systems
- PVC — Mechanically attached and fully adhered PVC scrim systems
- Liquid-applied membrane and coatings — Acrylic, urethane, silicone; with reinforced, non-reinforced or reflective components
- Shingles — All types
- Metal Roofs — Flat seam, standing seam
- Tiles — All types
Once your project is under way, you will have online access to all information about your re-roof project through our Client Portal Service. This option provides access to all relevant job documentation. This includes job progress photos, maintenance history, building condition and equipment inventory, warranty information, and invoice status that are interlinked with a rational database. All information is kept on secured remote servers in order to protect your sensitive data and is accessible through a secure web portal through our website.
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.