Commercial Roofing with GAF

When you need industry-leading products, training & expertise, talk to GAF first.


Solutions & Support from North America's largest roofing manufacturer

From products designed for rooftop efficiency, to dedicated technical support that can facilitate the specification process, to training designed to improve installer productivity, we provide solutions to support your business growth and profitability.

Low- and steep-slope solutions for any roof challenge

As North America's largest roofing manufacturer for both low- and steep-slope solutions, our experience spans virtually every roofing system, from single-ply to liquid-applied to live roof systems and everything in between.


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Asphaltic Roofing Systems

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Liquid Applied Roofing Systems

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GAF Architectural Information Services is here to help answer questions, provide assistance
with master specification preparation and other valuable activities at no charge.

Call us at 877-423-7663, option 4
Email us at AIS@gaf.com

 

 

 

 

 

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LATEST FROM GAF ROOF VIEWS
Building owners have a lot to think about when selecting a roof for their commercial property. When it comes to commercial roofs, we have some information to help you understand what factors play a role in the roofing system's success, and its ability to protect the building, people and contents within it.
When it comes to commercial roofing, the options are plentiful—but not every option is suited for every building. Each building has unique needs that factor into which types of roofing may be suitable for a given project. Here is an overview of what goes into a commercial roof as well as the material options available.
Concrete decks are one of the more common types of low-slope roof decks for commercial buildings. Steel and wood roof decks are the other most common types. Concrete roof decks make up approximately 13-14% of the new and retrofit low-slope construction market, according to the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) 2015-2016 Market Survey. This article examines the advantages of concrete roof decks, the various types, and some of the precautions that should be taken to ensure success.
When designing and specifying a low-slope roofing system, it's important to consider the roof system's ability to resist external fire. Now, there are products available that can provide the necessary fire rating for your roofing system while also helping your building achieve credits toward LEED certification.

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