Your products, your offices and even your raw materials need to be safe and secure for your business to run smoothly. That means relying on ICS to keep a trustworthy roof overhead. We understand the needs of businesses like yours, because we’ve faced the same struggles and concerns as a local South Carolina roofing business, too. We not only offer services such as Roof Repair, Roof Maintenance and Re-Roofing on your existing commercial roof, we’re also able to replace/upgrade to a new roof for your business.
We work with the Uniflex brand line from Sherwin Williams, including a resilient silicone-based product that seals and finishes commercial roofs, as well as an elastomeric roof coating for a seamless finish that keeps water out of the building.
When your commercial roof needs service, you don’t want to shut down for a day – or, even worse, a couple of days – so that a team can climb around on your roof and make noise and a mess as they work. Uniflex uses a unique liquid-based application system that keeps mess and disturbance out of the picture, letting you carry on business as usual as your roof gets an upgrade. (You’ll also enjoy lower energy bills if you opt for a white-pigment roof treatment, and you may even be eligible for a tax credit in the first year after Uniflex is applied, so be sure to ask your accountant!)
Big or small, we do it all. No matter what size your business offices may be, contact ICS to discuss your South Carolina commercial roofing and roof maintenance needs and we will provide you with a fast, free quote. Our experienced team can make suggestions and recommendations, ensuring you always get exactly the roofing products you need to keep your business running without leaks, roof damage or sky-high energy bills from your HVAC system.
Installing a new roof on an existing commercial structure. The old roof is removed completely. This is also known as a tear off. All old roof shingles and the roof’s underlayment are removed and new roofing materials added for your commercial property.
Repairs or a Recovering means a new roofing system will be installed over an existing commercial roof. This is often known as a layover. Although a recover is less expensive, reroofing may be necessary if there is significant wear or damage.