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Commercial Low Slope Roofing & Building Envelope Services


Four Brothers Builders knows that choosing a reliable contractor is half the battle when trying to manage your buildings maintenance needs.  This is why we are always striving to work alongside our customers offering solutions to meet their pressing needs, and never looking to over sell.  We believe in long term partnerships with our customers, often offering yearly services to aid in the constant process of your building systems upkeep.  We look forward to meeting with you on your upcoming projects.

There are countless roofing systems available to the building owner today; some of the most durable and long lasting systems fall into the Built Up Roof (BUR) category.  Four Brothers Builders proudly installs Cold Process BUR roof systems along with making repairs to all types of BUR systems. 
Single ply roofing systems such as EPDM and TPO are often affordable options for today’s building owner.  These systems provide multiple benefits from being a light weight roofing solution to qualifying as a Cool Roofing Product helping to lower energy costs.  These systems are perfect solutions for an array of building conditions.

Roof coatings & Fluid applied roof systems are a great way to extend the life of your current roof system and increase your ROI.  We realize it is important, if not vital, to get every ounce of performance from your roof.  A roof coating may just elongate that systems life until you are ready to install something new.  When it is time to install new consider a seamless, energy efficient, elastomeric roof coating with up to a 20 year warranty and no costly tear off.

Masonry Sealing


A leak coming from your ceiling doesn’t always mean that it’s a roof problem.  Over the years we have seen it all and on occasion leaks are caused by un-treated or detreated masonry.  Due to the porous nature of block and brick water can be absorbed during normal conditions or extremes like wind driven rain.  Let us examine and solve your complex building envelope issues.


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