Commercial Roofing

We have been roofing and re-roofing commercial and  industrial buildings in for many years. You can depend on us to deliver the commercial roofing system that is right for you project.



When you work with Storm Guard Roofing , you can choose from a variety of proven reliable roof systems appropriate to your particular building and budget, including:

  • Cost-effective EPDM Rubber Membrane Roofs
  • Energy-efficient TPO White Reflective Roofs
  • Traditional Built-up Asphalt Roofs
  • Many other energy efficient and impact resistant choices as well

You can be sure we have the expertise and skill needed to install roofs that will withstand the conditions of our Florida climate.   You will quickly recognize that our crew members are long-term employees who have undergone extensive in-house and factory training.

Some of the buildings being protected by our premium workmanship include:

  • Apartment Buildings
  • Car Dealerships
  • Industrial Buildings
  • Retail Centers
  • Churches
  • Office Buildings

If you are researching potential roofing companies to speak with regarding your roofing needs, Storm Guard Roofing should be at the top of your list. We have the resources, the stability and the experience to manage any size project. Call us for a free estimate and consultation on your roofing project.

  • EPMD
  • Modified Bitumen
  • Metal Roofing
  • TPO

EPDM Roof System

A roof that is almost flat or only very slightly pitched for water channeling is called a low-slope roof. No roof should be truly “flat” – although it may seem that way from your perspective; every roof should have an intentionally designed slight slope for drainage. You will most often see metal roofing used on commercial buildings. Problems can happen and can be difficult to diagnose since the leak area is often not directly located where the water is appearing inside the building. The roof should have NO areas of standing water. Standing water on a roof can be caused by sagging or rotted roof decking or improper drainage design.

The Look & Protection You Want

From inspection and installation to repairs and maintenance, we are committed to being your go-to roofer. Our dedicated service and production crews attend mandatory safety and installation training on a regular basis. This means your projects are OSHA compliant and completed by experienced, specialized experts every time.

EPDM / Rubber Roofing System Benefits

Since its first installation in the 1970’s, the formulation for the EPDM membrane has not changed much. Its superior durability and cost-effectiveness are part of what makes EPDM one of the most popular flat roofing systems installed in the U.S. today.Cost-effective, easy, long-term maintenance, excellent weatherability.

Lightweight and flexible, it is an ideal second generation (roof-recover) choice. Made from ingredients derived from oil and natural gas, EPDM can be fully adhered, mechanically attached or ballasted with seams sealed using a liquid adhesive or specialty tape.

EPDM membranes provide options to address specific energy cost needs. This system tends to have lower long-term maintenance costs with a consistent preventative maintenance program.

Modified bitumen asphalt roofs

Modified bitumen roofing is one of the most common low-slope roofing systems. Despite the availability of single-ply materials such as EPDM and TPO, modified bitumen remains the ideal choice for certain low-slope building applications. As a premier commercial roofer with expertise in low-slope roofing, let Storm Guard Roofing walk you through the benefits of modified bitumen roofs.

Modified bitumen is a modern take on built-up roofing, a traditional roofing material also known as “tar-and-gravel” roofs. Modified bitumen roofs afford the same levels of protection as built-up roofs. Despite its similarities to EPDM – in fact, the term “rubber roof” has been used interchangeably for both roof types – modified bitumen is entirely different: EPDM is made from recycled rubber, while modified bitumen is made from asphalt.

The Advantages OF Modified Bitumen Roofing

  1. IT’S TEAR-RESISTANT – The main advantage modified bitumen roofing has over other most commercial roofing systems is that it’s extremely tear-resistant, thanks to the combination of fiberglass and/or polyester reinforcement layers. This feature makes modified bitumen roofing the ideal choice for low-slope roofing with high foot traffic, such as rooftop cafes.
  2. IT’S WATERPROOF – Bitumen is inherently waterproof, and several layers of it on a properly-installed roof makes modified bitumen roofs the most waterproof commercial roofing choice available.
  3. IT’S ENERGY-EFFICIENT – The top layer can be treated to add “cool roof” features such as solar reflectance and thermal emission, or the ability to reflect sunlight, and release already-absorbed heat, respectively. This helps reduce your property’s indoor cooling requirements, resulting in lower energy consumption.
  4. IT’S FLEXIBLE – Flexible low-slope roofing materials are important not just for impact resistance, but also for temperature shifts. Modified bitumen expands and contracts without losing its shape, making it an ideal choice.
  5. IT’S EASY TO REPAIR AND MAINTAIN – In case the roof does tear, repair can be done quickly and efficiently through bitumen patches. Most instances of low-slope roofing failures occur at the seals and flashing, but with professional installation and regular roof maintenance, this shouldn’t be a problem.

Commercial Metal Roofing

As your local commercial roofing contractor, we are proud to offer commercial metal roofing. Metal roofing materials are visually appealing, and are well known for their long life spans. Whether you need a durable roof that will last for decades or want to make an architectural statement, you’ll need a Florida commercial roofing contractor capable of the job.

If the look and durability of metal roofing is of interest to you, call Storm Guard Roofing and we can help you sort through the many choices and options. Storm Guard Roofing has decades of experience installing metal roofing. From first hand experience we know what works best, from materials to installation. Our Professional roofing consulting services are free so call us today to arrange an appointment.


Lighter colored metal roofs reflect away much of the sun’s UV rays, which can help keep your house cooler and lower cooling costs. In recent studies, a metal roof can cut cooling costs by as much as 25% or more.


According to the National Association of Homebuilders Research Center, 20 billion pounds of asphalt shingles are dumped into U.S. landfills annually. The recycled content of steel in metal roofing is much higher than the recycled content in asphalt shingles. Also, due to the low weight of metal roofing (about half that of shingles), in many cases it can be installed directly over your existing roof, saving the environmental as well as financial costs.

TPO Roofing Systems

TPO polymers are blends or alloys of EBR (polypropylene plastic or polypropylene and ethylene propylene rubber) and EPDM (ethylene propylene diene terpolymer rubber). Other additives are included in the mixture before it is formed into a roofing membrane. The membrane is attached to the roof board with fasteners. When combined with several other elements (like a weathering package, fire retardants, and insulation), the TPO membrane becomes a part of an entire roofing system.

TPO has gained industry-wide acceptance and respect by providing immediate and long-term roofing solutions. TPO is a sustainable roofing product that has proven to stand the test of time. TPO’s overall system performance include:

  • Cyclical membrane fatigue resistance
  • High resistance to ozone, weathering and abrasion
  • Flexibility in low temperatures
  • Thermal shock durability

TPO is incredibly popular because of its strength, ease of installation, and longevity. It can be heat-welded during installation due to the material’s thermoplasticity, which is a huge advantage since seams are usually the weakest part of a roof. In fact, TPO seams are said to be 3-4 times stronger than EPDM systems and 6 times stronger than systems that use glue seams or tape systems! They are resistant to chemicals, do well in high heat, are flexible in cold temperatures, and are generally quite affordable. With proper installation and maintenance, TPO systems can last 10-20 years. Finally, if it is important to you that your roof is environmentally-friendly, you have no need to fear TPO!

No plasticizers are involved in TPO roofing systems, they don’t degrade under UV radiation, and they come in white (which reflects heat, helping the building stay cool). Plus, they can be made from some recycled materials! TPO is the perfect choice for your “green” building.Like all roofing systems, however, TPO does have some cons. Most of its shortcomings revolve around the fact that it is still so new. It doesn’t have the time-tested, reliable reputation that some other roofing systems can flaunt. Also, remember that the strength of any roof (TPO especially) depends greatly on the quality of installation. If you choose a reliable roofing contractor and take care of your roof with yearly maintenance checks, you shouldn’t have any problems with a TPO roofing system.