Commercial

Commercial Roofing

1106 N State Hwy 360 Suite 105 Grand Prairie, TX 75050

Starwood Roofing’s Commercial division is dependable with the experience of a National Commercial Contractor and we complete both large and small commercial projects across the United States. Starwood understands what types of commercial roofing are best for different weather conditions and different regions. Starwood Roofing is capable and committed to surpassing any roofing requirement our customers need.

Starwood Roofing is a Leader in Roofing Safety

Starwood Roofing’s safety policy and procedures address the following topics:

  • Code of Safe Practices
  • OSHA Regulations and OSHA job site inspections, Including OSHA10, OSHA30
  • Fall protection
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Hazard communication
  • Respirator protection
  • Emergency Action Plan, housekeeping, fire prevention
  • Safe access to work areas
  • Assured Grounding Program (GFCI) and electrical hazards
  • Lock-out/tag-out procedures
  • Physical hazards, such as heat/cold stress and noise
  • Heat illness prevention
  • Slips and fall protection
  • Back injury protection and material handling

We provide customized solutions by working closely with our customers to design a new roof system that works best. As each roof is unique, so are the roofing materials and the customer’s desires. We guide you through the process, educate you on the most viable roofing options and listen to your needs- by approaching each customer individually, we provide a roofing system that meets your long-term needs and takes into consideration such factors as noise, ease of access, safety, long-term plans, city codes, and price.

When preparing for a new roof construction it is important to have all the facts and do your research, beginning with selecting the roofing material. There are many types of roofing materials to consider with commercial and industrial buildings. Roofing material selection is vital to the quality of the roof assembly, and long-term investment.

In addition to the roofing material you also must consider your budget, the functional needs of the building, and the structures overall environment and climate. Furthermore, you must identify any long-term threats, maintenance requirements, technical considerations, and regulatory compliance when preparing for a new roof construction.

Roofs require continual maintenance and depending on the type of roof it can bear varying life-cycle costs. Starwood also has one of the best restoration and repair divisions in the industry.

Less expensive is not always the best choice. Some inexpensive roofing materials or inexperienced commercial contractors can result in long-term roofing pains that hurt your bottom line, and the unexpected maintenance costs could easily exceed the original costs savings.

You can rely on Starwood Roofing for a competitively priced commercial bid for all your roofing needs. We present the facts and provide you with our best recommendation according to your needs, budget, energy consumption, maintenance and repairs. Starwood Roofing solutions always takes into account your best interest.