Commercial Roof Replacement in Omaha

If the condition of your commercial roof is in question and you’re wondering if a roof replacement, repair or simply maintenance is necessary, we’re here for you. A free, no-obligation inspection can help determine if your roof has reached the point of no return, or if there is a repair and maintenance plan available.

Commercial Roof Replacement

As a preferred Owens Corning Roofing Contractor, Anchor Roofing has helped countless Omaha business owners protect their properties with top-quality materials, and high-level workmanship.

Our experience in commercial roof replacement ranges from flat and low-sloped roof systems – requiring specialty products and roofing materials – to pitched or traditional sloped roof designs, which can be replaced with residential type roofing materials. Whichever type of roof is right your business, you can trust Anchor Roofing’s proven customer experience and commitment to communication to provide a new commercial roof that you can count on for years to come.

Commercial Roof Repair

When you’re unsure if your commercial roof has reached it’s lifespan or not, Anchor Roofing is here to help. Our free, no-obligation, commercial roof inspection will give you a full assessment of your roof’s condition. Age, normal wear and tear, and storm damage can all lead to commercial roofing issues early or late it’s lifespan that can be fixed with few repairs.

From storm damage, roof leaks and drainage repairs to commercial sealcoatings and roof coatings, Anchor Roofing has repaired all types of roofing systems and can provide regular planned maintenance. We’ll return your commercial roof to like-new conditions, saving you money on potential storm damage and energy costs.

Your Omaha Commercial Roofing specialists. You name it, we have you covered.

EPDM Roofing

Our skilled commercial roofing contractors are experts in EPDM roofing installation, repairs, and maintenance.

Commercial Metal Roofing

We work with superior commercial metal roofing products backed by expert installation and seamless communication—every time.

Multi-Family Roofing

Our team has the experience and attention to detail required to handle large-scale multi-family roofing projects—from repairs to roof replacements.

Church Roofing

Our team has the right breadth of skills to complete church roofing projects of all types—from repairs and maintenance to large-scale replacements.

Answers to your Commercial roofing questions

Check out these frequently asked questions. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you still need answers.

What types of commercial roofing systems are available for replacement or installation?

There are several types of commercial roofing systems available, each with its own advantages. Common choices include Built-Up Roofing (BUR), Modified Bitumen, Thermoset (EPDM) Roof Membrane, Thermoplastic (PVC & TPO) Roof Membrane, and Metal Roofing. The best option for your business will depend on factors such as your building’s structural integrity, your climate, and your budget. It’s recommended to discuss these options with a professional commercial roofer to choose the best system for your specific needs.

How can I identify when my commercial roof needs repair or maintenance?

Regular inspections are key to identifying when your commercial roof needs repair or maintenance. Signs of potential issues may include noticeable damage or wear, such as torn or damaged roofing material, standing water, blocked drains, or interior water damage. Regular maintenance can extend the life of your roof and prevent minor issues from escalating into more serious problems that require extensive repair or replacement.

How often should I schedule commercial roof maintenance?

It’s typically recommended to schedule commercial roof maintenance at least twice a year, typically in the spring and fall. However, the frequency may also depend on the age of your roof, its exposure to severe weather conditions, and the type of roofing system installed. Regular maintenance helps to ensure the longevity of your roof, keeping it in optimal condition, and can save significant costs in the long run by avoiding major repairs or premature replacement.