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Flat roofs are constructed of an under layer and a top coat. The proper sealing is critical to the integrity and lifetime of the roof. This sealing needs to be checked regularly to ensure the roof stays leak-free, as flat roofs are logically the most common for roof leaks.
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EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) is a type of true rubber. The long-lasting single-ply membrane material looks like an inner tube, but it’s designed to resist sun damage. EPDM can be fastened mechanically, ballasted with stone, or glued. A flat roof typically has a slight pitch that allows the water to lead into a gutter rather than collecting on the roof causing issues. As well as regular annual inspections, flat roofs require resealing and re-coating more frequently than their sloped counterparts.
Although used in every climate, flat roofs are typically roof recommend they be used in warmer climates that do not experience severe winter snow-build up (think several feet of snow for weeks at a time) and commercial buildings. Whether you are replacing your flat roof due to storm damage, old age, or you’re simply interested in improving your property value, Becker’s is happy to help. We will make sure your home is completely sealed so that you and your family are safe, sound, and protected.
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Benefits Of A Flat Roof Replacement
Flat roofing offers several benefits, and one of the primary advantages is its cost-effectiveness, as flat roofs are generally less expensive to install and maintain than sloped roofs. Flat roofs are also more accessible, which makes it easier to install and maintain equipment like air conditioning units and solar panels. Since flat roofs offer more usable space, they can be turned into beautiful rooftop gardens or patios. Flat roofs are also more resistant to wind damage than sloped roofs, as there is less surface area for the wind to grab onto. The material’s relatively light yet highly resistant to scuffs and tears and leaks are easy to patch.
- They Are Affordable
- They Can Be Installed Quickly
- They Allow Space For HVAC Units
- They Are Energy Efficient
- Maintenance Is Easier To Perform
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