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Hello and welcome to Cobalt Roofing! We specialize exclusively in commercial roofing in Arlington, TX and all of DFW. Our capabilities are second-to-none in the Metroplex. We offer the following services:
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Call today for pricing, quotes, cost and estimates on all commercial roofing projects in Arlington, TX. This includes a complimentary evaluation of your building and any roof repair that might be required on both commercial and office buildings. We also work with minor roof repairs.
Our Arlington, TX commercial roofing company has been installing commercial roofing for 15+ years and has evolved to become one of the most experienced roofing contractors in the state of Texas. Our longevity has only been possible due to our employee’s commitment to the relationships they have built with our clients over the past 4 decades. Our experience and the relationships we have formed over the years have become the most important components of our success.
Turns, twists, corners and protrusions in a ceiling do often increase its cost. Higher scaffolding, a slowed work pace, and more intricate detail management are a few of the reasons for the added expense. Ceiling lines are soffited, coffered, raised, lowered and otherwise changed to add impact and interest to a comercial space. Some ceiling designs are used to disguise construction elements such as heat ducts and roofing line changes.
CPSE Membranes are made as a thermoplastic; however, after it has been installed, it cures and becomes a thermoset. As mentioned just above, it is known by the trade name Hypalon. It is usually white. The sheet is reinforced with a polyester scrim. Scrim is a coarse, mesh-like material much like heavy cloth. Hypalon scrim is made with polyester fibers. This increases the tensile strength but reduces the ability to stretch. It is not as useful on unusually shaped roofs, where some elasticity is helpful. This material is generally white but other colors are available. It is resistant to many chemicals but can be damaged by gas and various oils. It is available in sheets 5 feet wide.