Sometimes, commercial roof replacements can be a lot more expensive and problematic than a regular, residential roof replacement. This is primarily because of the size of most commercial buildings and the fact that the company will need a better warranty and maintenance plan, as well as improved upgrades to ensure that the building will be protected for as long as possible and that any small roofing issue will be detected in time, so that any water damage and losses can be prevented before they happen.
Estimating the cost of a commercial roof replacement will depend on a few essential factors. These include the type of roof, how good the roof access is, what the roofers in Lincoln find when they strip down the old roof, and what code requirements there are associated to the area and to the type of building you own.
Additionally, you also have to consider the cost of the various fasteners that are required by the building code pertaining to your area. In some areas, commercial roof fasteners have to be designed specifically to withstand wind speeds of at least 160 mph, which means the installation will be more costly than in the case of regular fasteners. The same goes for any other type of upgrade that might be required, including roof coatings that are applied to membrane roofing systems, and that have to be able to protect your building adequately from rain, hail or UV radiation.