Professional Roofing Services
AM Top Notch Roofing is a family-owned company with a commitment to delivering quality service at a fair price while insisting on superior customer service. For decades, we have worked hard to establish and maintain our reputation as Burlington County, New Jersey's premier commercial and residential roofing company. Focusing on the customer is part of our culture. We pride ourselves on running the company with small business service but with large business capabilities.
Every roofing contractor will be resourceful and utilize the best products and materials available, but AM Top Notch Roofing's standard for excellence has qualified us to be recognized as a preferred contractor for several major roofing manufacturers.
We know you have plenty of options when choosing a professional roofing contractor and we are all too happy to provide a free roof analysis. We let you know what to expect with a thorough review because the information is a power you should have at your disposal.
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It's critical to determine if your building's roof is in need of replacement. The roofs of commercial buildings are built to last. But if the ceiling and walls are stained with water stains, mold, or missing shingles, these warning signs must be addressed.
There are also signs of roof damage, such as peeling paint on the roof, missing flashing, and bubbles on the surface of the roof. Consider the commercial roof's age as well as the gradual wear it has endured.
When property managers discover flaws in their current roofing systems, they have four options. When more than 25% of the roof is in need of repair, a complete roof replacement is required. Or, if managers want to take advantage of the most recent advancements in roofing system technology and implement a long-term solution, a complete replacement is the best option.
If the existing roof is well insulated, it is possible to re-roof it. Recovering the roof is much less expensive than a complete overhaul. It is critical to remember that a roof can only be recovered once. Repairing the roof is a result of keeping costs down. The life of a roof can be extended with minor repairs. To prevent leaks, apply a coating to the roof. Reflective coatings deflect UV rays away from the building, thereby saving energy.
There are a plethora of options for roofing. Built-up roofing, tapered insulation roofing, single-ply roofing, and TPO roofing are all common types of roofing systems currently available on the market. They all prevent standing water and are best suited for flat roofs with insufficient slope (delivers exceptional weatherability over the long term).
Your building's location has a significant impact on the type of roof you choose. The annual rainfall, wind speed, and potential snowfall experienced by structures in the South differ from those in the Northeast.
Your building's roof orientation and the direction in which it faces play a significant role in the roof system you can most effectively use. A single roof system will not be able to meet the varying needs of different buildings across the country, according to roofing experts.
The cost of a complete roof replacement depends on a variety of factors. There is no doubt that the size of the roof plays a significant role in the labor and material costs involved in a roof replacement. An additional expense will be required to cut around and seal around any protrusions on your roof. The location of a building has an effect on the cost, especially if multiple permits are required.
Average Costs of Roofing Materials
Built-up roofs are estimated to cost between $2.50 and $5 per square foot, depending on how many layers of roofing materials (tar or bitumen, for example) and waterproofing materials are used.
It costs $3 to $4 per square foot for a single-ply roof, which can last 20 to 30 years (depending on weather conditions). Roofing with interlocking panels of metal, steel, or aluminum costs $5 to $10 per square foot and is the most expensive option on the market.