Gladiator Roofing and Restoration has years of experience in commercial roofing and commercial roofing repair. Combined with great customer service and high-quality construction, customers choose Gladiator Roofing and Restoration to take care of all their commercial roofing needs.

In addition to certifications with nearly all major roofing manufacturers—our team is devoted to continuous training, staying up to date on safety regulations, installation techniques, and exceeding industry standards. We install specialty commercial roofing systems such as Elastomeric Coatings, PVC, TPO, EPDM, and various types of metal roofing. Our commercial roof installers understand what it takes to get the job done right.

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Before performing any work, our professional team will determine whether or not your roof has an active guarantee. After all, the guarantee’s terms may spell out key details that can influence what work our installers would perform, such as the types of commercial roofing products that can be or cannot be used on an existing roof.

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The Gladiator team performs pitched and flat roofs on warehouses, shopping centers, and other commercial properties. For flat roofs, we specialize in membrane style roofing such as TPO and PVC. For pitched roofing, we install asphalt shingles, metal panels, and wood shake shingles. We are fully equipped to remove existing roof layers or to install materials on new construction.

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If your commercial roofing or industrial building roofing system has been damaged from a storm and needs roof repair, we have the resources to help expedite the process. We have several representatives on staff that know how to submit the required paperwork and the knowledge to effectively speak with your insurance adjuster.

Gladiator Roofing and Restorations’ commercial division provides efficient and quality installation of all commercial roofing systems on new roofs, re-roof applications and repair or replacement solutions. Whether you’re in need of small repairs or the complete construction of a new roof, we can design a system specific to your unique needs that can be both cost-effective and energy-efficient.


There’s a good reason why we spend so much time planning before starting any commercial or industrial roofing project. The cost of any roofing project depends on several factors. These include the material choice, the size of the building, the pitch of the roof, and the number of existing layers.


It can be difficult to determine whether your roof will be fine after another repair or if you should opt for a complete replacement. So how do you know if you can repair your roof or if you should replace it?









This system has been in use in the U.S. for over 100 years. It is commonly referred to as a ”Tar and Gravel” roof. These roofs are composed of layers of asphalt paper and moped down hot liquid tar, which is why it is called a “built-up roof.” The paper is layered in a criss-cross pattern and depending on the contractor, as many as 12 layers of paper and tar can be used during the commercial roof installation.

The majority of modern metal roofs are made from corrugated galvanized steel; a steel sheet coated with zinc. Copper, aluminum, stainless steel, and tin are also used in commercial metal roof applications. Coatings can be applied to provide additional waterproofing, anti-rust, and UV protection.

Whether you’re doing a small commercial roof retrofit project or a complete renovation, We also know that metal retrofit systems may carry a higher initial cost, but when the total life-cycle cost is considered, retrofitting is the lowest cost alternative. The concept can be applied to almost any flat roof, and low-slope or high-slope configurations are possible. In essence, a steel framework is erected over the existing roof. It is ready to accept metal panels. Then, a high-performance, low-maintenance standing seam metal roof is installed.

We recommend spray foam flat roof systems as the ideal solution for a new or existing commercial building. When properly cared for, commercial spray foam roof systems can last over 50 years.

Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing, or spray foam roofing, is a material that’s sprayed as a liquid so it can expand into a foam, creating a solid layer across an existing roof.

The usual commercial roof  application of spray foam is to repair and reinvigorate an existing roof by removing the saturated areas, replacing them with like materials, and then spraying foam over top of the entire roof.

Single-Ply Membranes are sheets of rubber and other synthetics that can be ballasted, mechanically fastened, or chemically adhered to insulation creating a layer of protection on your commercial facility. There are 2 main commercial roof types of single-ply membrane roofing, Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) and Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer (EPDM).

While Single-Ply Membrane Roofing is one of the most well-known types of commercial roofing material, there are several types to fit your budget and facility needs. This article will cover the types of single-ply membrane roofing, how they are installed, and their advantages and disadvantages.