Commercial Roofing

The Difference With Commercial Roofing
Cover All Solutions, Inc. understands that each job is unique, and we need to present different options to our commercial customers. Commercial roofing projects can run the gamut from small repair jobs to major installations. But keeping a roof over your business is vital to its survival. You want a roofer that you can trust to do the job in a timely, expert manner and is able to handle the challenges and options involved in repairing or installing roofs for businesses.

Many businesses are housed in buildings that have low slope roofing. If your business has one, you’re going to need a roofing system that has the ability to stand up to elements like wind, rain and sun rays. The system must be durable, leak-resistant, and well-maintained.

We have moved most of the information on commercial roofing to our Roofing Long Island specialty site. More of your questions on commercial roofing, silicone roof coatings, and commercial roof maintenance there. Or you can call us at (516) 796-1952 with any questions.

A construction site with cranes and rubble in the foreground.

Commercial Demolition

If you have a residential or commercial demolition project, you want to have a contractor who can get the job done, comply with local laws and maintain a safe job site. Cover All Solutions, Inc. can do all of these things.

We understand that even the simplest demolition jobs might involve some complex laws. The federal government requires contractors follow regulations set out by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). There also may be state and local laws and regulations to follow including zoning laws. You also have to make sure the job isn’t too disruptive to the surrounding areas. If your project is near a home, school, or another sensitive area like a hospital, you’ll need to make certain things run smoothly with the community.

We’ll take you through all of the regulations including asbestos laws and regulations in order to develop a plan to dispose of all materials. If there are hazardous or toxic materials involved in the demolition, we will make sure they are disposed of properly.

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