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Commercial Roofing Services:

For over 20 years, Mitchell Roofing has served commercial building owners throughout Texas. Our Dallas\Ft. Worth, Texas team is uniquely qualified to provide top quality materials and expert installation, making your commercial roof storm and leak resistant. Ask us about the options available to reduce your installation, energy and maintenance costs.

We specialize in:

  • Metal Roofing
  • TPO Roofing
  • Built-Up Roofing for Low Slope, Flat Roofs
Commercial Buildings
Metal Roofing

Metal Roofing:

Metal roofing provides outstanding durability, design flexibility and low lifecycle costs. Many commercial building owners select metal roofing for a portion of, or the entire roofing assembly for banks, schools, restaurants, warehouses, distribution centers, and office buildings. Metal roofs offer ultra-performance in water conditions and resist hail, decay, discoloration and mildew.

Metal roofing and wall panels are a low maintenance solution that provides commercial grade performance while still enhancing the aesthetics of the building.

Standing seam metal roofs can be insulated with a radiant barrier effect, using fiberglass and foam block to reduce energy costs and noise.

TPO Roofing:

TPO Roofing

Reducing energy consumption is a top priority for businesses in Dallas\Ft. Worth and throughout Texas. The corrosive environment of heat, hail, wind and strong storms requires expert installation and quality materials. Thermoplastic-olephine roofing, or TPO, is an excellent option to make your roof more efficient and help reduce your energy bills.

TPO roofing material is designed to reflect the sun’s rays, limiting the amount of exterior heat that permeates the building, and reducing air conditioning costs. As an added benefit, TPO is made from recycled plastic, waterproof and environmentally friendly.

One of the factors that makes TPO roofing attractive both in commercial construction is its reasonable cost. TPO offers many of the same benefits as PVC roofing, such as hot-air weldable seams and energy efficiency, but at a lower cost.

Many building owners appreciate the fact that TPO is manufactured to look great on many different types of buildings. TPO is available in white, light grey and black reflective color options. Owners no longer need to install a white roof to enjoy energy saving and reflective properties. Latest technologies enable all colors of TPO roofing membranes to be UV resistant and “cool”.

In comparison to other thermoplastic membranes, TPO resists mold growth, dirt accumulation, tears, impact damage and punctures. It is made to be flexible and can allow for a building’s movement or settling. Reinforced TPO membranes can handle a building’s thermal expansion and contraction more effectively than other single ply roofing products.

In general, TPO membranes are manufactured with wider sheets and are light weight. This means that the material is easier to install and there are less seams. Less work and time associated with the installation translates into direct savings for you for the cost of installation.

In Dallas\Ft. Worth’s storm susceptible environment, TPO can prevent the loss of the roof because wind cannot lift it off the structure. Commercial owners in Dallas, Ft. Worth, Denton, Garland, Arlington, Plano, Corpus Christi, Portland, Rockport, Port Aransas, Ingleside, and many more cities in Tarrant, Parker, Wise, Dallas, Collin, Denton, Kaufman, Rockwall, Nueces, Aransas and San Patricio Counties choose TPO.

Built-Up Roofing:

Built up roofing systems, often referred to as BUR, have been used in the U.S. for over 100 years. These systems are a comprised of a reliable waterproof membrane that is fabricated with layers of bitumen alternated with reinforcing felts. Commonly referred to as "tar and gravel" roofs, built-up systems redundant layers give it exceptional resistance to water and weather. These roofs are easy to repair if damaged.

The bitumen typically used in built-up roof systems is asphalt, coal tar or cold-applied adhesive. The asphalt or coal tar is heated in a kettle or tanker and then applied by mop or mechanical spreader. Built-up roof surfacing materials can be coated with paint or other reflective materials to reduce the effects of UV radiation, thereby reducing heating and cooling costs.

There are options for built-up roof surfaces that include aggregate, such as gravel, slag or mineral granules, as well as glass-fiber or mineral surfaced cap sheets. Other options are hot asphalt mopped over the entire surface, aluminum coatings or elastomeric coatings.

Built-Up Roofing