There are several types of roofing systems typically installed on low-slope roofing projects. Existing low-slope roofs can be replaced or retrofitted. Built-Up Roof Systems, Modified Bitumen Roof Systems, Single-ply Roof Systems and V2T Roof Systems are all applicable for a low-slope roof.
There are several types of roofing systems typically installed on steep-roofing projects. Existing steep-slope roofs can be replaced or retrofitted. Shingle/Slate/Tile and Metal Roof Systems such as Copper, Aluminum, Steel and Galvanized Steel are all applicable for a steep-slope roof.
A green roof is a roof of a building that is partially or completely covered with vegetation and soil, or a growing medium, planted over a waterproofing membrane. It may also include additional layers such as a root barrier and drainage and irrigation systems. Green roofs are also referred to as eco-roofs, vegetated roofs, living roofs and green roofs.
Waterproofing can be applied as a coating or a membrane. Waterproofing is not limited to roofs – walls, parking decks and other structures that need to resist water penetration are all candidates for waterproofing.
The V2T Roof System is different from existing roof vent devices because it captures the dynamic flow of air across the roof's surface to generate low pressure. The vent works with the effects of the wind instead of against it. For more information visit www.v2troofsystems.com
Yes, our firm is a fully-licensed and insured roofing contractor based in Charlotte, NC specializing in commercial roofing. This includes new roof installations and roof repairs for such properties as office buildings, banks, schools, warehouses, hotels & resorts, government buildings, retail locations, and more.
We completely understand that emergencies happen. Roof leaks in heavy rain are some of our most common service calls. If you find yourself in a emergency roof leak or emergency roof repair situations please call our 24/7 Support Line - 980.221.5169.
Absolutely! Keeping Moisture Out of Buildings has been our specialty at Radco Roofing for more than 30 years. Our team knows how to fix a leaking roof better than nearly anyone in the industry, and we also provide ongoing roof maintenance and other commercial roofing solutions to help prevent future leaks. See our full list of repair and maintenance services here http://radcoroofing.com/services/
When roof repair is no longer an option, Radco offers comprehensive roof replacement services ranging from planning and schematics, to budgeting and estimating, to materials and roof construction recommendations, to roof installation, and beyond. We understand that commercial roof replacement can be an overwhelming and complicated task. Our professional commercial roofing expertise allows us to make the experience as simple and straightforward as possible.
Metal roof leaks require the knowledge and insight of a metal roofing contractor. At Radco, we not only have extensive experience with metal roofs, we also are one of the few metal roofing contractors in the region to have our own metal fabrication facility for the creation of new or retrofitted components to address metal roof repairs, or even design and build a new metal roofing installation. See our metal roof contractor capabilities here: http://radcoroofing.com/services/roof-sheet-metal-fabrication/
As one of the leading local roofing companies in the North Carolina region, we have a great deal of experience with the special needs of flat roofs and low-slope roofs. Our flat roof repair services range from minor patching, sealing, or reflashing, to complete replacement of the waterproof membrane. We even are one of the Southeast’s premier installers for the V2T Roof System - an innovative new roofing technology that allows for superior performance against wind, moisture, and other weather conditions with only a fraction of the materials or manpower of traditional installations.
Loose or missing roofing shingles is usually the first sign of bigger roofing challenges. Unless there’s been a severe weather event, most traditional asphalt roofing shingles will last about 12-15 years. Improper installation, failures of the sub-structure or roof deck, and inferior quality shingles are some of the most common reason for roofing shingles to fail early. One of the best ways to know why your roofing shingles are experiencing problems is to request one of our experienced roof inspection teams for a no-obligation roof inspection http://radcoroofing.com/services/roof-inspections-reports/