Types of Flat Roofing:
- Asphalt based MB roofing
- Mineral or gravel surface
Built Up Flat Roofing
- Asphalt BUR
- Coal TAR BUR
- EPDM (Rubber)
Flat Roofs have Special Requirements
Flat roofs are extremely common in residential buildings and they offer some very specific advantages, including ease of access and maintenance, but they also have very specific needs. Rain and snow can easily buildup on a roof that has no slope or peak, and this can cause leaks as well as speed the breakdown of roofing material. Property owners who have flat roofs are advised to have their roofs inspected once a year to make sure that small problems that can easily be repaired don’t become big problems requiring replacement. For expert evaluation of the condition of your current flat roofing or for a price quote on its repair or replacement, call us today. We have been providing our clients with high quality flat roofing expertise for many years, and look forward to helping you as well.
Flat Roofing Options
Depending upon your application and specific needs, buildings with flat roofs can take advantage of a number of different roofing options, including built-up roofing that adds layers, single ply roofs made of rubber, or metal roofing. Metal roofing is becoming more and more popular because it is environmentally friendly, energy efficient and lasts a long, long time, where rubber roofing can be installed in a single roll, making it economical and providing quick installation. Built up roofs offer the advantage of being flame retardant and inexpensive but can have a negative impact on your building’s structural integrity. Our years of experience and extensive knowledge guarantee that you’ll get the right answer for your flat roofing needs.
Call us today for information on the options that are available to you.