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Frontline Commercial Roofing serves Pittsburgh and surrounding communities with the best flat and low slope roofing products and craftsmanship in the region. We know what products belong on your roof, based on a number of key factors including the age and condition of your existing roof, and the substrate underneath it.
Our knowledge of commercial roofing and roof coatings is unrivaled so you can count on Frontline to the job right following manufacturers’ guidelines and best practices.

Frontline - The Front Runner in Commercial Roofing

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Frontline has the Unique Skills Required to Perform Commercial Roof Work

Here in Steel Valley, flat and low-slope roofs must withstand seasonal weather conditions characterized by heavy rainfall, snow, hail, and ice build-up. Frontline’s superior, seamless roof systems prevent moisture intrusion and stand up well to severe temperture fluctuation. Flat roofs are designed to take on snow and water and hold it there until it evaporates to drain off through scuppers, thanks to flat roofing’s gentle 10% incline toward the building perimeter. Yet, a roof in need of attention may exhibit excessive “pooling” of water. Frontline’s thorough roof inspection service will identify all issues with your commercial roof and fix what ails it!

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Types of Commercial Roofing Applications

EPDM Single-Ply Roofing

Ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) is the most common type used for residential flat roofing. EPDM is a thick, synthetic rubber sheet material (45-60 mil gauge). The EPDM membrane does not necessarily require adhesive to attach to the roof. Stones or masonry pavers can be used, instead, which can help facilitate evaporation.

TPO Roofing

Thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) materials are made for flat roofs. It’s a moisture resistant, single-ply membrane that contains natural reflective properties to keep rooftops relatively protected from ultraviolet rays of the Sun and the dryness and cracking that UV rays can cause over time. TPO has proven to effectively conserve energy within a building, as well.

Torch-Down Roofing

Torch-down roofing consists of modified asphalt and resin which are melted together using a torch to form a thick waterproof layer, ideal for both commercial and residential use.

BUR - Built-Up Roofing

More commonly known as tar and gravel roofs, BUR consists of alternating layers of bitumen and reinforcing fabrics. Together, these create a finished membrane. BUR roofing is commonly used on low-slope roofs or flat roofs.

Modified Bitumen Roofing

Modified bitumen roofing (MBR) is a flexible coating, similar to asphalt shingles. It comes in rolled sheets. The sheets are rolled onto the roof atop a base sheet membrane. MBR is lightweight and performs well in colder weather.

PVC Roofing

PVC is a synthetic, thermoplastic polymer with substantial benefits to commercial properties, including fire, water, and wind resistance. PVC roofing material typically arrives in rolls using full adhesion.
Roof Repairs can Keep a Roof Viable Year-after-Year

Commercial Roof Repairs

When roof leaks and moisture invade your interior space, as a result of storm-related or wear-and-tear related roof damage it’s critical to act fast to mitigate the situation. Frontline stands ready to serve commercial property owners with fast response that can save thousands of dollars in further damage. Frontline’s expert services for storm restoration include a complete inspection of property damage; help in dealing with your insurance provider; getting your roof system repaired or installed in keeping with municipal code requirements and manufacturer specifications.

Commercial Roof Repairs

What Causes Roof Damage?

As all Pittsburgh area residents know, severe weather is no stranger to this part of the Northeast, and when roof repairs become an urgent matter, Frontline is there to get you back in business.

Addressing damage quickly is the key to preventing additional property loss, moisture-impacted ceilings, walls, and interior equipment and other valuable possessions.

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Do You Know the Signs of Roof Damage?

To the untrained eye, judging a roof’s condition from ground level is difficult, especially when it comes to flat and low-slope roofs. Even by walking on the rooftop, it can be hard to know whether or not your roof needs urgent attention. That’s why it’s important to contact a roofing professional like Frontline Commercial Roofing. Here’s what we’ll be looking out for in a thorough roof inspection: 

Signs of Commercial Roof Damage:

Fast, On-Site Damage Assessment

Quickly addressing damage to a commercial roof is the key to mitigating property loss. Once you contact Frontline Commercial Roofing, we’ll make every effort to be on-site quickly to halt any costly after effects of a storm, or whenever damage is detected.

New Roof Materials on the Scene Quickly

Frontline Commercial Roofing constantly manages roofing material orders from top suppliers in the Steel Valley. We know full well that when severe weather strikes, materials can get depleted quickly.  Problems with today’s supply chain and the lack of supply for high demand makes matters even worse.  That’s why Frontline never wastes time specifying the materials needed for your commercial repairs or roof replacement and gets orders in rapidly in the aftermath of a windstorms, hailstorm and other damaging weather conditions. Hiring Frontline means you’ll be first in line for fast high-quality roofing work.

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Reasons Why You Should Get A New Roof


A roof is an investment that pays off with time. It may be the best option to patch up holes and leaks constantly; maintenance becomes expensive over short periods.


In the past, roofs were just a simple covering for your home. Today's materials have been designed to protect against UV rays and water damage.

Attract Clientele

You need to replace your old roof. You can increase the number of tenants and clients in buildings by allowing them to see that you are about your investments.