At Crabapple Roofing, we understand protecting your investment starts at the top. We respond quickly to repair roof leaks and roof storm damage issues.

We can work with your insurance company to document damage and provide information on work performed. For roof repairs that are covered by a roof system warranty we know exactly how to document the problems to file a warranty claim. 

Roof Asset Management

Our roof asset management services can help you to avoid unexpected roof problems and get a longer useful life from your roof. Preventative roof maintenance inspections can identify potential problems, and help you remain in compliance with certain warranty requirements. We can provide inspection reports with photographs, and recommended actions for any issues. With our proactive approach and detailed budgeting reports, we keep you up to date and capital expenditures under control!


With our CrabappleCare customer portal, Crabapple Roofing Contractors gives the customer direct access to their property portfolio in the palm of their hands. Whether in the office, at home, in the field or on the road our mobile platform provides user access to the properties they are responsible for allowing ease of management and peace of mind.

Sites: Provides access to all your facilities. Filter, sort, map, and report the data at the push of a button

Dispatch: Dispatch allows you to get the service you need fast! 24/7 emergency dispatch to keep your investments protected.

Reports: Detailed reports allow users to compile and deliver the information they need fast. To Support manufacturers warranties, required roof inspection reports provide detailed audits on the current conditions of any roof identifying possible deficiencies which would be covered by the manufacturer in most cases!

Roofs are especially vulnerable to early deterioration because of the elements and neglect. With Crabapple Roofing, you get maximum performance from your roof and your building assets. We look for breaches in the seal where water can infiltrate and cause damage. We make sure that all drainage channels are clear from debris and obstructions. We have an experienced staff that spots problems before they happen.

Investing in a maintenance contract with Crabapple Roofing can not only extend the life of your roof, but it can prevent the costly shutdown of business brought on by roof failure.

Application we install

Our roofing crews can install any type of specialty roofing. Our experience includes unique architectural designs such as mansards and high-pitch roofs. We can also install roofing to meet special zoning ordinances and construction requirements.

  • Standing Seam Metal Roofing
  • Barrel Tile (Clay Spanish Tile)
  • Architectural Shingles (Cedar / Composition)
  • Roof Coatings (Spray On / Insulating)
  • Slate Tile


EPDM – Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer Roofing

EPDM roofing is exceptionally durable and cost effective because of it is one of the longest lasting types of commercial roofs. An EPDM roofing systems is generally easy to install, maintain and repair than most other commercial roofing types. An EPDM roof system is made by placing large sheets of the EPDM membrane onto a sub-roof, sealing seams with contact adhesives, and usually then covering the membrane with rock or pavers to protect the membrane from foot traffic, wind, ultraviolet rays, and ozone caused damage.

TPO – Thermoplastic Roofing

The popularity of TPO roofing systems is rapidly increasing. A TPO roofing system is a roof system is created by applying a fleece-backed membrane over a sub-roof, sealing seams with a contact adhesive, and may or may not have an overlay of aggregates. A TPO roof has a useful life of over 20 years, and provides tremendous resistance to ozone, ultraviolet, and caustic atmospheric exposure.

PVC – Polyvinyl Chloride Roofing

PVC roofing systems start by laying out rolls of the PVC membrane, which are mechanically fastened to a sub-roof. Seams are heat welded, and may be reinforced with a lap sealant. A PVC roof typically does not utilize any overlay material, and provides a cooler roof due to the bright white color of the membrane.

Modified Bitumen Roofs (Modified Bit)

A modified-bit roofing system utilizes membrane rolls, and are modified asphalt or coal tar systems with a rubber added for better performance. The membrane is installed over a sub-roof, with seams being heat sealed with a torch, or mopped in place with hot tar. A modified-bit roof requires an overlay of an aggregate.

Built-up Roofing (Tar & Gravel)

A built-up roof system, also called a hot-mopped roof, is the old-school commercial roofing system whereby roofing tar or asphalt waterproofing is applied over layers of roofing felt. These roof systems typically have a top layer of rock to protect the roofing membrane. These roofs are more susceptible than more current roofing options to having leaks, and leak detection can be difficult.

Standing Seam Metal Roof Panels

Standing Seam metal roofing systems are gaining popularity for commercial roofing where the roof is visible, such as a sloped hip, gable or mansard roof design. Standing seam metal panels are most often prefinished aluminum or prefinished Galvalume steel, and held in place with a concealed fastener/clip systems. This roof system can have a life span of over 30 years.