375-sq-dNew commercial construction in Florida brings with it special considerations. Florida has some of the toughest hurricane readiness building codes in the country. When you are planning new commercial property, you need to depend on a roofing contractor with substantial experience in delivering high-quality, durable roofing for the Tampa area. You need to depend on Aderhold Roofing.

Experience

New construction always involves multiple contractors and subcontractors. Aderhold Roofing has more than 20 years’ experience working with other leading Tampa-area contractors. We know how critical the construction schedule is for your new property to come in on time and on budget.

The roof of new construction makes interior work possible, so roofing delays cascade to affect your electricians, HVAC contractors and others. Aderhold Roofing can work with you during the pre-construction phase of a new project all the way through completion.

Our knowledgeable staff has years of experience with reading blueprints and filling out American Institute of Architects (AIA) documents. We can identify ways to save time and money during construction, and add longevity to your commercial property’s roof.

Technology

Some roofing technology is very old and still reliable. Other commercial roofing methods are recent, taking advantage of innovations in polymers, adhesives and additives. At Aderhold Roofing, we have experience with all the major commercial roofing technologies:

  • Coatings and spray foams
  • Single Ply TPO and EPDM
  • Modified Bitumen
  • Metal
  • Shingle
  • Tile

Hurricanes

Anyone working in Tampa construction knows Florida’s building and roofing codes are some of the toughest in America, and rightly so. These strong codes help prevent excessive, catastrophic injury or damage from debris ripped from commercial roofs. The codes also serve to protect you, the building owner, from business-shuttering roof problems after a hurricane.

High Velocity Hurricane Zone (HVHZ) and non-HVHZ building code approvals can be confusing. Trust Aderhold Roofing to not only know and comply with the Florida hurricane roofing codes, we can also advise you on how best to follow the most recent updates to those codes, the 5th edition in effect since June, 2015. Consider the dizzying array of code details:

  • Ballast
  • Coping
  • Drainage
  • Edge securement
  • Fire retardance
  • Flashing
  • Scuppers
  • Wind resistance

Aderhold Roofing will work with your architect and general contractor to ensure your new construction gets a roof that will pass inspection the first time.

To learn more about the benefits of working with Aderhold Roofing for your new construction, contact our offices today.