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New Construction

Man works on new roof in southeast Wisconsin.Builders always look for the best bid, but there’s more to commercial roofing than the bottom line price. Factors like quality workmanship, a commitment to on-site safety and a history of satisfied clients all come into play. And when they do, Alois Roofing and Sheet Metal looks all the more appealing.

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Get us an overview of your project, including the city and municipality, and we’ll give you our recommendations and an estimate. Or, if you already have your roofing choice made, we’ll provide an estimate for the work.

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Commercial Roofing Options for New Construction

Thermoplastic Roofing:

A single ply, thermoplastic polyolefin that provides excellent resistance to damage (environmental and man-caused), requires little maintenance, and is both environment and budget-friendly.

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EPDM Roofing:

A single ply, synthetic rubber material commonly used for low-slope roofs. Easy installation, minimal maintenance, weighs less than other single ply systems and also costs less.

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Modified Bitumen Roofing:

An asphalt roofing membrane infused with additives which give it the elastic properties of thermoplastic or rubber so it can expand and contract with temperature changes.

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Built-up Roofing:

Traditional approach using alternating layers of bitumen and reinforcing fabrics covered with gravel (or another aggregate). Excellent waterproofing, withstands wear and tear well.

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Metal Roofing:

Ridged sheet metal can be installed directly over existing roof, eliminating need for a tear-off. Long service life with virtually no maintenance required. Not for roofs you need to walk on, though.

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Green Roofing:

Eco-conscious and visually unique, green (vegetative) roofing not only makes a statement, it can also make your business eligible for federal tax credits and building subsidies from local agencies.

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