In Pittsburgh & Youngstown Ohio
We work with commercial properties ! To
ensure that you get the most value out of
your investment , we will sit down with you
to discuss which roofing options would
best suit the needs of your building.
We work diligently with
our customers, in North East Ohio and
Western Pennsylvania using the best
roofing materials available, & our trained
professionals will get the job done right ,
minimizing the disruption
to your business.
With our 30+ years of experience in the
roofing industry, we understand the
importance of choosing the "right roofing
system' for your business. We want you to
understand the process & be comfortable
with the decision you make regarding your
Pictures of flat roofs we have work on.
Commercial Industrial Roofing,L.L.C.
(330) 755-1827 (412) 426-0969
Commercial Industrial Roofing, is a successful roofing company because of this one simple mission
Doing it right the first time using the best materials.
"Our roofers, foreman and project managers our excellent at their craft. Don't ask us. Ask our clients."
Because of this seemingly simple goal we have a solid foundation here at Commercial Industrial Roofing. As with any quality roofing system, it’s all in the details. It starts with having the right employees & making sure we provide a rewarding place for our employees to call home. We provide the proper training in safety and roofing installation, and fully expect only the highest of standards in return. Thus, the investment we have made in our employees guarantees a safe working place and quality workmanship Ultimately, it means you receive the highest quality service & workmanship.
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP AND THE BEST MATERIAL EQUALS A QUALITY ROOF
A Flat roof must be installed properly.
Flat roofs have a tendency, to leak more
often than a pitched (sloped) roof. When it
rains or snows the rain hits your roof and
immediately runs off. A " flat roof ", on the
other hand, has a greater chance of the
water ponding and not running off the roof as well as a
sloped roof !!
Also, When the temperature rises, or the heat from
the building, (heat rises) melts the snow, the snow
turns to slush and eventually water, the water sits
there unless, when your flat roof was
installed, tapered insulation was used !!!
Tapered insulation, will divert rain/snow & will
make it flow into the interior drains, then, & only
then, will water leave a "flat roof" much faster.