Commercial Roofing Company in Douglasville

Since 1964, Ben Hill Roofing has been a premier name in Roofing. Having maintained our long-standing reputation as one of Metro Atlanta and the Southeast’s leaders in the commercial roofing market, we know the importance of installing new roofing systems and work diligently to ensure that our customers know the benefits included in this decision. Some of these benefits include: increase in property value, return on investment, energy efficiency, protection against leaks and extensive damage etc.

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One of the Best!

As a client who works with several roofing companies, I have found Ben Hill to be one of the best in the Atlanta area. Quality work and a professional crew.

- James T. Bailey, Vice President, Beacon Management Services LLC

We offer several types of high-performance commercial roofing options including flat surface, low slope, steep slope solutions and more.

Flat Surface and Low Slope Solutions:

  • TPO – One of the more popular modern solutions for heat-reflective, LEED certified energy efficient roofing systems, Thermoplastic Polyolefin is a single ply roofing solution that resists UV exposure
  • PVC – Polyvinyl Chloride roofing membranes are some of the most highly protective roofing solutions you can get for your roofing needs, complete with heat-welded seams
  • EPDM – EPDM stands for (E)thylene (P)ropylene (D)iene Terpoly(M)er. While it might be tough to say, it’s even tougher against all the elements that want to wreak havoc on your commercial roof
  • Modified Bitumen – Modified Bitumen is a sturdy, long-term Commercial Roofing membrane solution that stands the test of time, and a whole host of climate changes
  • Built Up – Also known as BUR, built-up roofing is a type of Commercial Roof that have been utilized for over 100 years in America. They were previously called tar-and-gravel roofs

Steep Slope Solutions:

  • Standing Seam Metal – Standing Seam Metal Roofs are attractive and sturdy solutions for your Steep Slope Roofing Needs. Heavy gauge. High impact resistance.
  • Asphalt Shingles – The most common type of roofing shingle, Asphalt Shingles are a combination of fiberglass, asphalt, and crushed rock. Popular types are 3-Tab, Double Laminate, Architectural, and Designer
  • Architectural Sheet Metal – Often made of various types of metals or combinations of metals, ASM is tightly joined and fastened to create a waterproof seal and aesthetic line patterns
  • Wood Shingles – Used for centuries to cover roofs and walls, Wood Shingles are popular in Wood Shake format, Modern Shingles, or Recycled Rubber Shake (for the look of wood)
  • Slate – Considered one of the longest-lasting roofing products available, Slate Roofing is a natural stone product that is known for it’s beautiful, natural appearance and its longevity
  • Synthetic Slate – A modern advancement on natural Slate, Synthetic Slate roofs are even more durable than Slate, are resistant to storm damage, and can be fully recycled if you replace it