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About J&J Roofing

Our South Carolina Roofing Story

J & J Commercial Roofing is a family-owned and operated business located in the upstate of South Carolina. We provide quality restoration, repair, and weatherproofing on commercial roofs with a standard that has been unmatched and guaranteed for over 40 years.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide top quality craftsmanship to our customers through restoration, repair, and weatherproofing.  We are confident that our quality roofing system will stop leaks while saving our customers energy and money long-term.  We restore the roof rather than replace it so there is never any waste or additional costs associated with it.

- Jon & Jacob Stanley

FOUNDERS OF J&J ROOFING
roof repair and installation
OUR PROMISE AND VALUES

Why go with us?

Stop Leaks

Conklin’s 100% acrylic and VOC compliant coatings prevent leaks where they occur most - at the seams. Your entire roof is protected by a durable, waterproofing finish.

Save Energy

Save money on air conditioning. The energy-saving Acrylic Coating System helps keep your building cooler, whether it’s air conditioned or not, by reflecting up to 85% of the sun’s UV rays.

Save Money

It costs less to restore your roof than to replace it. When you don’t tear off your old roof, there are no waste disposal costs, and your building’s contents are never exposed to the elements.

The team

Our Owners

jon stanley

Jon Stanley - Owner

jacob stanley

Jacob Stanley - Co-owner

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How much Does A Commercial Metal Roof Cost?

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The average cost for replacing your commercial metal roof is between $7 to $15 per square foot.

What Is A Commercial Metal Roof Made Of?

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Steel or aluminum are usually used for commercial roofing systems. Most steel panels are created from galvanized steel and then an extra coat is added for color.

What Is The Most Common Type Of Commercial Roofing?

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Most commercial buildings use flat roofing. This has actually been the standard since the 1920s; flat roofs became a symbol of the manufacturing and industrial processes that were starting to take place.

How Long Should A Commercial Roof Last?

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If everything has been set up properly, a commercial roof should last 10 to 40 years. The actual materials used definitely play a part in the aging process, as well.

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