Commercial Energy Systems, LLC, a leader in the flat and “low sloped”1 roofing industry, specializes in liquid applied roofing, particularly closed-cell polyurethane roofing foam and high-solid silicone elastomeric coating that address a wide range of roofing system failures.
Commercial Energy Systems, LLC provides:
- Customized, long term solutions that address each customer’s unique situation.
- Emergency roof dry-in services to prevent and mitigate water intrusion, reducing property damage as a result of storm damaged roof systems.
- Advice on developing a roof maintenance program that can extend the useful life of your new roof.
- Complementary roof inspections to identify existing roof problems.
Need financing? We can also provide budgeting solutions for customers planning a re-roof or restoration project on both commercial and high-rose residential buildings.
Company Manager, Jim Wolff, is recognized as an industry leader in roof restoration by both manufacturers and builders. As a guest speaker for large general contractors, engineers, condominium associations, and manufacturers, he has shared his knowledge and expertise on the use and application of both spray polyurethane foam and high-solid silicone elastomeric coatings with audiences throughout Florida.
Commercial Energy Systems, LLC has been certified by the following manufacturers in the application of their roofing materials:
- Aldo Products
- Progressive Materials
- Acella Roofing Solutions
- Sherwin Williams
We also hold the following Federal and State Certifications and Licenses:
- Florida Roofing Contractor CCC1329933
- HAAG Certified Roofing Inspector #201604248
- OSHA Certification 36-601284227
Commercial Energy Systems, LLC provides commercial roofing services throughout central and south Florida, from Miami to Jacksonville, Tampa to West Palm Beach, Orlando to Sarasota to Fort Myers, including the counties of Hillsborough, Orange, Pasco, Polk, Sarasota, Collier, Lee, Palm Beach, Pinellas, Manatee, Charlotte, Hardee, Lake, and others.
1Chapter 15 of the Florida Building Code defines a “flat” or low-sloped roofing system as anything less than a 3:12 pitch.