Steep Slope Roofing

Steep Slope Roofing Installation

  • Experienced You’ll find Qt Commercial roofs on industrial and institutional facilities all across the United States.
  • comprehensive When you hire Qt Commercial, you’re guaranteed the industry’s most comprehensive customer support, installation and repair services.
  • Trustworthy We offer industry-leading manufacturer warranties to back our work and give you peace of mind.
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Qt Commercial offers comprehensive steep slope roofing installation. Our roofing experts install shingle, tile, and standing seam metal roofing for commercial properties in the Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota area. We can help you plan and implement a roofing system that complements your building’s exterior design as well as provide superior structural protection from the outside elements.

Commercial Roofing Types we Install

We offer a wide range of commercial roofing products that will suit any building style or design. With Qt Commercial, you can get a custom roof to your exact specifications. Below are some of the roof types we install.

For a steep slope roofing system that expects moderate traffic (e.g. HVAC maintenance) asphalt shingles are generally the ideal selection. There are many benefits to using asphalt shingles.

Features and Benefits

  • Lightweight: Shingles are among the most lightweight of all commercial roofing materials.
  • Affordability: Compared to other roofing materials, shingles still offer the highest value for less money.
  • Variety of Colors & Styles: Shingles come in a wide array of colors, textures, shapes, sizes, and styles.
  • Durability: Asphalt shingles are expected to last up to 20 years.

Composite shingles are comprised of several materials and can be made to mimic wood, metal and stone. Composite shingles have multiple benefits.

Features and Benefits

  • Durability: Premium composite shingles can last up to 50 years with care and maintenance.
  • Wide Range of Styles and Colors: Like asphalt shingles, composite shingles are a available in a broad spectrum of designs, patterns, colors, shapes, and sizes.
  • Economical: Composite shingles are a true investment that provide ultimate protection for your home. They will insulate your home from moisture and extreme temperatures.
  • Budget-Friendly: If you’re looking for a more affordable option for covering your roof, composite shingles are a high-quality product that stay well within your budget.

Tile is a very versatile option for commercial roofing. This sturdy and durable material has been known to outlast other shingle materials and hold up against very high winds. There are many benefits to using tile roofing.

Features and Benefits

  • Long-Term Durability: Tile roofing is among the most durable of all roofing materials. A single tile will last 50 to 75 years.
  • Low Maintenance: Tile requires very little maintenance. We recommend cleaning your tile roof once every three to five years.
  • Ease of Installation: Although tile roofs look complicated, they’re actually quite easy to install.
  • Fire Resistant: One of the most practical features of tile roofing is that it is flame resistant.

Standing seam metal roofs are a great option for commercial and industrial buildings as well as for residential homes due to their durability and timeless look. One of the greatest benefits of metal roofs is they don’t contain seams. Roofing seams are considered weak points in a roof, as they are entry points for moisture and are raised above the level of the roofing panel. Standing seam roofs are a great choice.

Features and Benefits

  • Low-Sloped Roofs: Metal roofing is preferred on low-sloped roofs because they are leak-proof.
  • Buildings Surrounded by Overhanging Trees: Metal roofs hold up well in areas saturated by overhanging trees.
  • Buildings Exposed to Heavy Snow Accumulation: Heavy snow blankets and ice dams are always an issue in Minnesota. This is why property owners and contractors prefer metal roofing to other types of roofing material.

Shingles stand up to all weather conditions, requiring minimal maintenance. Depending on the manufacturing grade of the shingles, the average life span can range from 25 to 40 years. To find out if shingle roofing is right for your property, contact Qt Commercial for a free review of your roof.