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Allstate Roofing & Remodeling has been doing commercial roofing in New Mexico for over 13 years. We know that roofing your commercial property can be an overwhelming task, so we take the time to make sure you are fully informed every step of the way. The more you know, the easier it is to make an educated decision. Our clients get the advantage of making that choice and feeling good about their decision.


Our installation teams have been trained in the specifics and differences involved in a commercial roof versus a home roof. They understand you might have people working while the installation is going on. Maybe your commercial building has several tenants inside that work at various hours, day and night. Our team is trained to work efficiently and professionally as to disrupt as little as possible the business going on.

Commercial roofing projects can take weeks or even months to complete, compared to most residential roofing jobs that might only take a few days. Commercial roofs are generally much larger than residential ones and require more time to properly repair or replace. We strive to work as efficiently as possible, so that our timeframes are met without any additional complications for you.


Roofs on commercial buildings also tend to be more complex, with multiple levels, ventilation systems, and other features that need to be considered. These factors can add time to the project, which is why commercial roofers must be prepared to work with clients for extended periods.


We also understand New Mexico and New Mexico’s unique weather. From blistering heat to freezing cold, it’s important that your roof hold up to the ever-changing climate of our home.

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Commercial roofing examples

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OSHA has much stricter requirements for safety on commercial roofing projects than they do for residential roofing. This is because there are typically more people working on commercial roofs, which increases the chance of accidents. Commercial roofers must be trained in fall protection and other safety measures to protect themselves and others from injury. In order to work on a commercial roof, a roofer must be OSHA certified. This certification shows that the roofer has completed the necessary safety training and is qualified to work on commercial roofs.


Our installers are vetted and insured and licensed to do business in the state of New Mexico. They are specifically trained on commercial building roof installation, and know how to operate and use all of the various tools needed to get the project done right. Our teams are well versed in the materials and options for your business roofing choices. We can answer all of your questions and provide samples to show you what we’re talking about.

At Allstate Roofing & Remodeling, we want to make your commercial roofing project as painless as possible. You should feel good about your new roof and feel confident it will last for years. We feel confident we can help your business with your roofing project. Give us a call today for your free estimate.

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