Kansas City Commercial Roofing
We have delivered commercial roofing solutions for some of Kansas City’s most important and visible civic organizations, corporate campuses, medical buildings, offices, warehouses and those properties that require a customized, non-conventional approach and strategy. From unique steep-sloped high rises to industrial flat roofs, as the premiere Kansas City roofing contractor we offer a wide range and state-of-the-art commercial applications, showcasing our fine-tuned craftsmanship.
Kansas City is one of the Midwest’s oldest business hubs and has been a regional commercial center for well over 150 years. The variety of properties and roof types runs the gamut from big to small, new to old. That’s why we offer the most diverse range of commercial contracting services on the market today. Our goal is to blend the latest in roofing trends and technology with our 100 years of expertise to create the best customer experience for you and your commercial property.
We employ highly-skilled, experienced roof technicians who receive extensive classroom and on-the-job training in safety and craftsmanship. We drug-test and e-certify all staff. Most of our technicians have decided to pursue a career in roofing, and have been with the Kirberg Kansas City location for over 10 years.
Kirberg Company is the choice of more Fortune 500 companies than any other roofing contractor in the Midwest. We have to stay abreast of the latest technological advancements in the industry as our customers expect that level of expertise, instituting sustainability, energy savings, ongoing training and professional affiliations. We pride ourselves on earning an excellent job completion grade of almost 100% for ensuring on time, on budget projects.
As one of the largest Kansas City roofing contractors and an unmatched nationwide commercial portfolio through Roof Connect, “Play it Safe” with Kirberg Company as a safe and smart choice for your next roofing project.
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Types of Commercial Roofing in Kansas City
In Kansas City, it is common to find several different types of commercial roofing. Below are some of our most requested roof types that tend to have the longest life and most cost-efficient applications:
Thermoplastic Roofing (TPO):
Thermoplastic roofing, or TPO for short, is one of the most popular options in the Kansas City commercial roofing industry. Long lasting and durable, a TPO roof is made from a sophisticated, pliable synthetic material that handles stress well. TPO is less likely to corrode or break from adverse weather conditions or daily wear and tear. TPO is designed to handle intense UV exposure and high temperatures. During the summer this type of roof will sustain less damage through heat exposure. A TPO roof is ideal for flat commercial roofing applications such as offices, warehouse buildings, industrial complexes, corporate campuses, apartments, hospitals, schools and many more.
Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer Roofing (EPDM):
Much like TPO roofing, or EPDM for short, is a well-constructed plastic that offers expanded installation potential because of its composition and application flexibility in many different circumstances. EPDM roofs are weather resistant and ideal for adding more waterproofing properties, with built-in protection against leaks and moisture intrusion. This can save you thousands of dollars in repairs. Due to its synthetic surface, EPDM roofs have a life expectancy that exceed many other similar roof types on the market.
Photovoltaic Solar Panels:
Solar panels in Kansas City, or PV panels, are an excellent choice for your roof. Photovoltaic panels installed on the roof of any commercial property can save you hundreds of thousands in energy expenses over the roof's life-span. They are clean energy emitters, producing a positive environmental output. Our solar panel roofing solutions can be installed on a wide range of surfaces, including tile and glass, and can be integrated into flat or sloped roofs. By installing enough solar panels on your commercial roof, it's possible to make your business entirely energy self-sufficient. This roof option is great for your wallet, and for environmental aspects. You may find that your panels produce more electricity than your property can use and your utility company may buy back the excess electricity, allowable by law.
You may not have seen a green roof on a commercial property in Kansas City, but they are becoming more popular and are proving to be financially viable. Think of a Kansas City green roof as a rooftop garden, as layer of vegetation would cover the roof. Rather than producing fruits and vegetables, green roofs produce negative carbon impact, taking pollutants out of the air and converting them to clean oxygen. Green roofs are also great because they act as natural insulation, keeping heat in during the winter and cool in during the summer.