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 Design Services is here to help answer questions, assist with code requirements and submittal
packages, and provide other valuable solutions at no charge.

Call us at 877-423-7663, option 4, then option 3
Email us at designservices@gaf.com

 

 

 

 

 

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LATEST FROM GAF ROOF VIEWS
With the labor pool stretched thin, finding time-saving solutions like installing a self-adhered roof is high on many contractors' to-do lists. Saving time doesn't mean jeopardizing quality: manufacturers continually work to deliver solutions that help increase efficiencies while still delivering a first-class installation.
Every roof is different, and that's especially true when comparing commercial vs residential roofing, also known as low-slope vs steep-slope roofing. Many roofing contractors start out installing residential roofs because they have a low cost of entry. The process requires minimal specialized equipment—most roofers are able to start out with a truck, a ladder, a nail gun, a compressor, and safety gear.
Up to 25% of the United States experiences large hail episodes—and when they do, hail can cause severe damage to roofs and the HVAC equipment stored there. Hailstorms account for 70% of the average annual property losses from severe convective storms in the US. Building owners can protect their buildings and equipment by designing their buildings and roofs to withstand the damage caused by large hailstones.
Keeping water out of a building is undoubtedly the primary function of a roof system. But one could argue that ensuring a building's roof stays in place during high-wind events is equally important. Let's face it, without a roof, it's hard to keep water out! This blog takes a look at one of the subsets of wind design of roof systems: Wall Zones 4 and 5 and their relationship with roof perimeters.

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