When doing business with the right New Hampshire roofing company, you can count on more than just the repair and installation of roofs. Offering commercial roofing means offering the right solution for your needs. Master Roofers sets the standard for roofing contractors in New Hampshire when offering complete roofing services. We know how convenient it is to have your roofing needs taken care of by a single professional roofing company, keeping your business fully operational and meeting deadlines for openings.
Do you have building needs? We have the team to ensure those needs are met.
Replacing a commercial roof is a big project that requires specialized knowledge, skills, and
equipment. We are Versico certified installers, and partner with McElroy Metals, CertainTeed, and
We have the experience that you need to feel secure in knowing that your roof is in good
hands and will continue to serve your business for years to come.
Older buildings require unique solutions. Some historic buildings were constructed before today's roofing materials and technology even existed, so it is important to work with a roofing contractor who has the knowledge to do the job right. When it comes time to make repairs or add a new roof on an older building, our experienced and knowledgeable team can work with you to find the right solution that meets your needs and your budget, while minimizing disruption to your business.
When a commercial property is in need of
roof repair, it is important to resolve
the problem quickly and efficiently. A small leak can quickly escalate into a
major problem, so we stand ready to assist our commercial customers with all
their roof repairs.
The best way to extend
the life of your commercial roof is by having regular
inspections. Our commercial roofing team has the experience to assess your
property and provide clear, detailed
along with roof reports by certified inspectors that can pinpoint potential
problem areas that might otherwise go unnoticed.
Routine maintenance should be a part of every business' plan for ensuring the
quality and longevity of their roof. Preventive maintenance includes checking
for leaks and standing water, removing debris, and repairing potential issues
before they become more significant.
Master Roofers is a leader in New Hampshire commercial roofing applications. Our quality material selection and expertly-installed roofing systems are reliable, durable, and provide lasting value. We back up our work with industry-leading manufacturer warranties and our own workmanship guarantee.
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Our quality material selection and expertly-installed roofing systems are reliable, durable, and provide lasting value. We back our work with industry-leading manufacturer warranties and our own workmanship guarantee.
An EPDM membrane roof system is comprised of large rolls of EPDM rubber, cut to size for your job. The rubber roofing membrane can survive all forms of weathering, and has been successfully tested to withstand wide ranges in temperature.
TPO stands for Thermoplastic Polyolefin; it's made primarily from recycled rubber and sold in rolls that are held together by seams that are "glued" together using heat—one of the most popular products used for low-slope roofing.
Tar & gravel roof systems have been in use in the United States for more than 100 years, and are also referred to as built up roofs. The purpose of the gravel is to shield the asphalt from the damaging effect of sun exposure. It also provides a nice finished appearance if well maintained.
Asphalt roof shingles remain the most commonly installed type of roofing material in use today. Asphalt shingles begin with a continuous fiberglass "mat" that forms tensile and tear strength to the shingle.
We are one of the only roofers residents and business owners can turn to for new traditional slate roof installations, slate repairs and related restoration work. GAF's TruSlate™ roofing systems. TruSlate™ is a revolutionary real slate product that offers the same level of protection, beauty and durability of a traditional slate roof, but at half the weight and at a lower cost