About Commercial Roofing & Interiors
Commercial Roofing & Interiors is a roofing and interior construction company serving the North Texas and Oklahoma areas. We are a team of professional and skilled experts in all things roofing and interior construction. We offer a wide range of services and our Emergency Roofing Response team is always ready to serve our local communities.
Our clients have high quality, durable and long-lasting roofs that protect their buildings!
The CRI team has provided clients with the highest-quality roofing products and services in the industry.
With offices in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX and Edmond, OK, we serve a huge portion of both North Texas and Oklahoma.
We have the resources and the skills to give clients the industry’s best products and quality. We are certified by GenFlex and Mule-Hide, and we are an Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor. That means whether you need TPO, Bitumen, or even Shingles, we offer the very best products to the job done.
During our on-site inspection, our trained roofing specialists will review the property and bring samples and information on multiple products to introduce you to the many roofing material options available including Coatings, TPO, PVC Roofing, Modified Bitumen and more. They can update you on the newest features and advantages of your available options and help you make the best choice to suit your specific needs and budget.
Commercial Roofing & Interiors Service Areas:
The Dallas–Fort Worth Metroplex (including: Carrollton, Southlake, University Park, Colleyville, Las Colinas, McKinney, Flower Mound, Frisco, Allen, Plano, Highland Park, Texas) and surrounding areas.
Edmond, OK and surrounding cities (including: Oklahoma City, Norman, Broken Arrow, Lawton, Moore, Midwest City, Enid Stillwater and Tulsa).
We are available 24/7 to better serve you.
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WHY CHOOSE US
We accept online requests and phone calls 24/7 to help you resolve any problem as soon as possible. Our emergency team will be at your location to fix the breakdown at short notice.
All our team members are highly-qualified, educated and skilled roofers and interior contractors. Each team member has been trained according to the latest technologies.
Our prices are both fair and affordable for large and small businesses. We focus on efficiency with each and every job. Our projects are completed on time and within budget.
Your project is not complete until you are 100% satisfied. We deliver the best workmanship with the highest quality products in the industry.
OUR ROOFING & INTERIOR CONSULTANTS
Commercial Roofing & Interiors has a team of experienced, professional commercial roofers and interior construction specialists waiting to share our wealth of knowledge about protecting the integrity of your buildings. We are family owned and operated in both North Texas and Oklahoma.
Commercial Roofing & Interiors is Licensed, Insured and Guaranteed!
Our extensive and diverse experience means that we are…
- Deploy technicians who are trained and certified for the installation of industry-recognized, highest-quality products.
- Share our wealth of knowledge about comprehensive roofing systems, including how they can impact your energy bills and protect your investment.
- Provide options for improving interior office workspace with remodeling or painting updates.
Replacing an old roof can help add curb appeal and will increase the value of your property. This may be especially helpful if you intend to sell
Remember, when selling, the first impression is important. Not only does a new roof play a critical part in protecting the investment, it can really transform the look—helping give you an edge over the other properties in your neighborhood.
Return on your investment for a new roof ranks right up there with other upgrades. These projects can help your property sell faster and for top dollar.
Catching a roof leak is easy once it starts affecting your sheetrock ceiling. However, it’s much harder to catch it early and pinpoint the cause of the leak! You may assume your shingles are at fault, but it could be missing or damaged flashing that’s allowing water to get inside your attic. Once inside the attic, water can travel along rafters and other horizontal surfaces making it difficult to find the exact entry point.
If shingles are missing, cracked or otherwise damaged, water can, over time, begin to leak into the building. A leak can start out small and slowly cause a lot of damage if early warning signs are ignored.
Water entry can also be caused by an ice dam. Ice dams are formed by the continual thawing of snow over the warmer portions of the roof and refreezing over the cold eave. The ice dam can cause water to backup under shingles. If your roof doesn’t have an ice & water underlayment installed under the shingles, you could be experiencing leaks.
CRI Commercial Roofing and Interiors is a professional roofing contractor and can help diagnose your leak issue. We can help determine the cause of the leak and suggest possible solutions. Also, we are an Owens Corning™ Platinum Roofing Preferred Contractor and a GenFlex Certified Installer.
While your roof is designed to withstand the elements, some storms are more intense than others. There are signs to look for when you believe there may have been damage to your roof. Please be safe when inspecting your roof—possibly view from a window inside the house or use binoculars from the ground. If in doubt, call CRI. We are a roofing contractor with over 30 years of collective experience and an Owens Corning™ Roofing Platinum Preferred Contractor and a GenFlex Certified Installer.
Significant wind can cause shingles to blow off the roof deck.
Missing shingles can lead to leaks and other interior damage. Other wind damage may not be easy to see, especially if the adhesive seal that provides a water-shedding surface is broken. Always be safe when checking for roof damage. Call a professional roofing contractor for assistance.
All manufacturers publish a wind warranty on their shingles; it is important to compare the wind coverage when making your shingle selection on a new roof. If the winds that caused the shingle damage were above the manufacturer’s wind coverage, you’ll need to file an insurance claim. If they were not, contact the shingle manufacturer to file a claim.
Potential signs of wind damage:
- Missing shingles
- Thin horizontal lines where granules have been worn off about 1-2 inches beneath the shingle above; this could indicate that the shingle seal was broken and the shingle was flapping in the wind rubbing against the shingle above it.
- To be effective against the elements, shingles must be sealed to each other as one watertight roof deck.
Usually hail is not something that you can miss—it is typically a widespread weather event in a commercial area and not isolated to just one property. Hail can bruise a shingle causing an indentation that may be hard to see but that can crack the shingle allowing water to infiltrate over time. You may need the assistance of a professional roofing contractor to determine the scope of the damage. If you have hail damage, you will need to file an insurance claim.
If your hail event was significant in terms of widespread damage, you will have roofing contractors who specialize in “storms” knocking on your door within days of the event. As always, you should use your best judgment when selecting a contractor.
Potential signs of hail damage:
- Other collateral hail damage around the property; dents on cars or other items nearby
- A distinct pattern of small round-shaped divots on the edges of the shingles
- Indentations in the shingle where granules are missing
- A large pile of granules at the end of your downspout; a small amount is normal, especially on new shingles
During some storms tree branches or other failing debris can land on your roof. Some items are small and won’t cause an issue—other items are so large that you will naturally be concerned about damage. Use your best judgment.
Potential signs of debris damage:
- Visual identification of debris on the roof deck
- Missing shingles
- Cracked shingles
- A large pile of granules at the end of your downspout; a small amount is normal, especially for new shingles
Sometimes a roof can naturally reach the end of its useful life without experiencing a roof failure. It just looks old and worn, and you are doing preventive maintenance on your building. If replacing an old roof is delayed, however, it could result in bigger problems down the road. So watch for the warning signs to be sure to give yourself plenty of time to add the project to your TO DO list. For help with your re-roof project, contact CRI. We are an Owens Corning™ Platinum Roofing Preferred Contractor and a GenFlex Certified Installer.
Potential signs that your roof may need to be replaced:
Shingle edges are curled or shingle tabs are cupped
Bald spots where granules are missing
Your roof is at least 20 years old; while many shingles today are produced for durability, many factors can accelerate the aging of shingles. For example, if your roof is not properly ventilated, it can negatively impact your shingles
Neighbors are getting new roofs. Buildings built around the same time period can experience the same types of weather conditions. This can mean that your roof is nearing its useful life
The roof just looks old and worn