Low Slope Roofing
QUALITY INSTALLATION FOR LONG LIFE AND LOW MAINTENANCE
Low slope roofing is among the most commonly specified roofing systems for commercial and industrial buildings. The low slope roof is also among the most challenging to install, demanding an uncommon level of skill to ensure longevity, integrity and low maintenance.
Since its founding in 1922, Midland Engineering Company has applied all types of low slope roofing systems - single-ply, built-up and modified bitumen - to thousands of buildings throughout the Midwest. These include buildings unusual for their height (Chicago's 82 story Amoco Building), their architectural design (the Greater Columbus, Ohio Convention Center), and the visibility of their low slope roofs (Chicago's United Center).
Midland's 85-plus years of experience with virtually every kind of industrial, commercial and institutional facility means the roofing contractor can serve as the sole contractor for complex, multifaceted low slope roofing projects, maximizing productivity and ensuring that the same high standards are maintained throughout the project.
When the low slope roofing project requires skills in related areas of construction or special training in handling materials and protecting environments, Midland is up to the job. Midland's roofers are also certified in roofing asbestos removal and are plant-access and radiation-worker qualified for nuclear power facilities.
Whether the low slope roofing job is complex or straightforward, new construction or replacement, Midland brings the same level of technical excellence, craftsmanship and attention to detail. This commitment to quality ensures that the right system is recommended for the application, and that the end result is exceptionally weather-resistant, easy to maintain and aesthetically pleasing.
With a variety of low slope roofing systems on the market today, it is tempting to base a buying decision on warranty alone. However, a warranty is no substitute for quality materials and good workmanship. And, even the most well-constructed roof will not give full value unless it is properly maintained. Midland Engineering's Roof Shield Maintenance Program is designed to help building owners extend the life of their roofs, often doubling years of dependable service and reducing costs by tens of thousands of dollars.