Roofing for Commercial Warehousing
Sean Lilly Roofing Company has experience with a number of different systems that work well in commercial warehouse applications. Analyzing life cycle cost, roof traffic, warehouse contents, and factors such as long-term ownership versus short-term lease are all factored into determining what kind of roof the warehouse structure needs. A warehouse roof can be a great source of energy inefficiency. Warehouse roofs are notorious for soaking up solar heat. While a facility’s ability to absorb heat might be advantageous for some facilities in the winter, in the warm South Florida climate, it is best to be as solar reflective as possible to reflect and not absorb radiated heat. This would mean more energy efficiency and reduced cooling costs.