Commercial Roofing Portfolio
This commercial roofing portfolio is just a sampling of the recent Highland Roofing commercial roofing projects completed in and around Louisville.
Louisville Water Tower
The existing tile roof of the Louisville Water Tower, originally built in 1856, was removed and the underlayment repaired. Then the new roof was finished in the exact same style of tile as before, preserving the historical beauty of this local treasure – and coming in ahead of schedule.
Better Business Bureau
Some of the most trusted organizations in Louisville rely on Highland Roofing Co., Inc. for their roofing needs. This 4,000 square foot Johns-Manville SBS modified roof
is approaching 20 years old (installed in 1997) and is still going strong. Preventative maintenance work throughout the years such as regular cleaning of debris and drainage outlets, checks for potential water entry points, and re-coating when needed have helped ensure this roof will reach its maximum potential lifespan.
This mechanically fastened PVC roof, a completely watertight, durable and long-lasting roof system, was installed in 2012. This roof was installed directly over an existing dry roof. In certain situations when the roof below is dry, a complete tear-off to the existing deck is not necessary.
Coleridge Taylor Elementary School
Installed in 2014, this roof is a white SBS modified roofing system (a rubberized modified asphalt sheet). This particular roofing system was installed in hot asphalt as well as cold adhesive. The biggest challenge on this particular project was meeting the customer’s schedule and ensuring the project was completed by the start of the school year, which we were able to do with careful schedule planning and keeping enough manpower on site throughout the project.
Main Street Apartment Building
This 11,500 square foot apartment building roof was installed in 2015. One of the challenges presented during the installation of this new roof was installing the new roof while meeting the needs of the various tenants in an large apartment complex. We were able to utilize our commercial roofing acumen and our residential roofing customer service experience to complete this job quickly and effectively. The current roofing system installed is a Firestone Mechanically Fastened TPO roof system
Dixie Building #61
This 136,800 square foot warehouse re-roof project was completed in 2013. Following a bad hail storm in the Louisville area in the Summer of 2013, the existing single ply roof system had been damaged and was leaking badly throughout the building. We were able to be on site immediately to stop all leaks in the building until the new roof could be installed. The current roof system is a mechanically fastened Firestone TPO roof system.
Hazelwood Elementary School
This roof is a white SBS modified roofing system (a rubberized modified asphalt sheet) installed in 2012. This particular roofing system was installed in hot asphalt as well as cold adhesive. Highland Roofing has been installing roofs for Jefferson County Schools for over 30 years.