Commercial Roofers in Dolton, IL

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EPDM Roofing
30 verified reviews
8 verified credentials
Serving Dolton, IL

With over 2 decades in the roofing industry, we have the skill and expertise to replace and repair many different types and styles of commercial roofs.  We are fully licensed and insured and IKO Certified Installers. Our warranties are some of the best and longest in the roofing industry.

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(312) 429-7412

Unverified Roofing Contractors

Total Roofing And Construction
833 E 158th St, Dolton, IL 60419
(708) 201-7550
Chiattellos Construction & Roofing Inc
1429 E 142nd St, Dolton, IL 60419
(708) 849-2099
Tolbert Roofing & Construction
1313 E Sibley Blvd, Dolton, IL 60419
(708) 849-1270
W T Roofing & Sewer Rodding
14409 Chicago Rd, Dolton, IL 60419
(708) 201-7663
Alondra's Roofing Inc
15814 Emerald Ave, Harvey, IL 60426
(708) 333-5571
J E Roofing and Construction
16664 State St, South Holland, IL 60473
(708) 713-4361
Richard's Building Supply Co
540 Burnham Ave, Calumet City, IL 60409
(708) 891-2211
A Plus Roofing & Construction Inc
15038 Maplewood Ave, Harvey, IL 60426
(708) 331-3373

Commercial Roofing Frequently Asked Questions in Dolton, IL

Why does rubber roofing swell up?

Rubber roofing, such as EPDM, swells up when exposed to refrigerants, aerosols, and other types of halogenated and aliphatic solvents. Exposure to vegetable oils may also lead to swelling of rubber roofing membranes (i.e., kitchen and restaurant applications).

An EPDM alternative is epichlorohydrin, or ECH. It is far more resistant to solvents, oils and grease. ECH has a similar appearance to EPDM but doesn’t swell up when exposed to the any of the previously mentioned substances.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of SPF commercial roofs?

Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) roofing starts out as a mixture of liquid components that expand 20 to 30 times the original size when applied to the roof. SPF roofing has exceptional insulating properties, is flexible under varying weather conditions, lightweight, durable and inexpensive.

The primary drawback of SPF roofs is the fact they need to be re-coated every 10 to 15 years. That said, SPF commercial roofs last 50 years or longer when properly installed and maintained.

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Roofing Service Location

Dolton, IL