Commercial Roofing Systems


Modified Bitumen

Modified Bitumen roofing systems are a time-tested roofing system that has superior durability.  Modified bitumen roofing systems are multi-ply systems usually consisting of 2-3 layers of a composite roll and surfaced with granules or foils. The system can vary from one manufacturer to another and it also depends on the application but typically it is installed in low slope roof areas.  It can be installed over various insulations and decking systems.


Can be coated later to extend life
Strong puncture resistance
Proven waterproofing capabilities
Typical installation is rated for high speeds
Up to 25-year warranty available


    Single-Ply Roofing

    Single-ply roofing systems are a water-tight solution that is a reliable and energy efficient roofing system that can lower your facility’s overall energy cost. The three main types of single-ply membranes include TPO, EPDM, and PVC. TPO roofing systems are often the most popular choice for commercial roofs because of their white color and reflective properties, which help reduce energy costs.  These roof decks are often very advantageous for owners or designers who are considering the sustainability and life-cycle cost of a facility.


      Quality for coating at a later date
      Energy efficient
      Easy to make repairs
      Superior waterproofing capabilities
      Rated for high-wind speeds
      Up to 30-year warranty available



      Roof Coatings can restore and/or extend the life of your roof, sometimes at half of the cost of a replacement roof. Roof coatings are typically used in a restorative capacity to prolong the lifespan of an existing roof. In some cases, roof coatings can be installed over existing modified bitumen roofing systems, built-up roofing, metal roofing, and spray foam roofing. Multi-year manufacturer warranties also are commonly available.


        Extend roof service life up to 10 years
        Lower cost compared to replacement
        Can be used on most flat roof systems
        Proven waterproofing capabilities


        Metal Roofing Systems

        Metal roofs are known for being one of the longest lasting roof systems available on the market when designed and installed properly. In commercial and residential roofing applications, metal roof systems are an extremely attractive option and come in a wide variety of colors and styles. Structural metal panel roof systems can be installed over a large variety of roof decking surfaces and can also be used for steep-slope or low slope roof assemblies. There are many categories of metal panels including standing seam, batten, flat, Bermuda and shingled. Metal roof systems consist of concealed or exposed fastener systems depending on the style you chose.


        Rated for high-wind speeds
        Superior fire resistance
        Up to 25-year warranty available
        Can potentially be coated later
        Aesthetically pleasing
        Proven waterproofing capabilities


        Built-Up Roofing Systems

        Built-Up Roofing is compiled from multiple layers of roofing piles adhered together with adhesive or hot tar and is one of the oldest and most reliable commercial roofing systems on the market. Typically the system is used for “low-slope” or “flat” roof applications. This system is commonly referred to as “tar and gravel” roofs.  Its multiple layer application provides added protection and holds up well in punishing weather conditions. Built-up roofs are especially resistant to damage from wind, hail and extreme sun when designed and installed properly.  It can be installed over various types of roof deck and insulations systems.


        Proven history
        Superior waterproofing capabilities
        Rated for high-wind speeds
        Up to 30-year warranty available



        Green Vegetative

        Green or Vegetative Roofs are composed of several layers including an underlying waterproofing system, soil media, and vegetation. Benefits of this system include lower energy costs, LEED recognition, air quality and possibly a reduction in storm water run off.

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        Sky Lights

        Adding skylights or other reflective surfaces will allow natural light to enter the facility possibly reducing the need for artificial light for the facility during the day.  Attention given to location and design of the skylights during the design phase of a building can maximize visual comfort and reduce energy cost as well.



        Architectural sheetmetal has so many uses but it is most commonly used in custom fabrication of metal flashings, trim, and ornate metals used to create an architectural element on a building or home. 



        A solar panel roof system exposed to the sun can be used to heat water or, when mounted with solar cells, can even be used to produce electricity.  This can be used to help reduce energy costs for your facility.


        Steep SlopE

        Steep-slope roofing is typically considered to be any roof system which has a slope equal to or greater than 3:12. These roof systems can be asphalt shingles, wood or cedar shakes, shingles, clay or concrete tile, or various metal or synthetic systems depending on decking, application and wind load.


        Cool Roof Systems

        Cool roof systems are designed to remain at a lower temperature when exposed to solar heat compared to roofs constructed with traditional non-reflective roofing systems. CPC professionals can help assess your needs depending on your building age, type and location.

        Contact Us


        Claremont Property Co Roofing Division offers free estimates on your home or remodeling projects. Simply fill out the form, or give us a call, and we will schedule on of our experts to meet with you at a convenient time to discuss your plans, give our professional advice, and ultimately a quote for your new roof.

        (713) 621-4779