5 Sure Signs that Your Flat Roof Needs Maintenance

Commercial flat roofing systems require maintenance for long, trouble-free service. Give us a call at A-Plus Roofing Co. for to schedule your flat roof maintenance today.

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Why Do Commercial Flat Roofs Leak?

If you own or lease a commercial building with a flat roof, It’s never a good sign if you suspect leakage. Does this mean your entire roof needs to be replaced? No. There are various options to consider before a full roof replacement is even necessary. If you notice a leak in your roof, the first thing you should do is call A Plus Roofing Co. We have the tools to diagnose leaks repair your roof where necessary.

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Advantages of a Membrane Over Tar and Gravel on a Commercial Flat Roof

Tar and gravel roof systems, also known as built-up roofing gained popularity about a hundred years ago when the many uses of crude oil were finding their way into the economy. As a commercial flat roof system, they've been pretty good and pretty cheap. Fortunately, scientists have developed more sophisticated products that also serve very well on flat and low-slope roofs. A-Plus Roofing Co. highly recommends these systems for their many benefits.

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Flat Roofing Supply Options

Flat roofs provide a rugged durability unmatched by other roofing styles. Used often for commercial and industrial applications, flat roofs require a different installation process than pitched or dome roofs, as well as different maintenance procedures over the years. The materials used for flat roofing is different than the metal, asphalt shingles, or cedar shakes you typically expect on a pitched roof because a flat roof is expected to perform on an industrial level toward maintaining your building.

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From Inspection to Transaction: Your Roof Inspection and Selling Guide

Your roof’s condition matters. In terms of selling, your home’s roof holds a lot of value. Even strong, durable roofs can have weaknesses. Fortunately, a quick inspection can save you a lot of money. Because roofs incur a lot of damages throughout the years, a good inspection is worthwhile. To the untrained eye, a roof’s surface can appear strong. A few structural weaknesses, however, can lead to disaster or lower selling prices. For this reason, homeowners and business owners alike trust in a certified commercial roof contractor for repair.

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Does Your Flat Roof Need Maintenance, Repair, or Replacement?

Flat roofs are expected to, and usually do, last a lifetime. They are designed to last a lifetime, but are also designed with the expectation they will receive annual inspections and routine maintenance as needed. On the rare occasion a repair is needed, the basic layout of a flat roof demands it be conducted immediately before it causes more problems and more expensive repairs.

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The Features and Benefits of Duro-Last Commercial Roofing

Duro-Last commercial roofing has been around since the late 70’s. For almost 40 years it has grown to become the most popular type of commercial roofing in the industry. Commercial and large-scale building contractors use Duro-Last roofs regularly across the U.S. This amazing product has become a staple in the industry.

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Does a Commercial Flat Roof Ever Need Replacement?

Flat roofs are sometimes utilized to great effect with residential home designs but are typically considered for industrial or commercial buildings. Flat roofs provide a proven rugged durability which will likely outlive your lifespan, but everything has a breaking point and even flat roofs need maintenance or on occasion have to be replaced.

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Which Type of Commercial Roof is Best for You?

Of all the flat roof products on the market, three stand out as having the highest quality and lasting the longest: Duro-Last, TPO membranes, and rubber membranes (EPDM). Below we explore each and discuss their best applications on a commercial rooftop.

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Why Is My Flat Roof Leaking?

Although they achieve the same function, the very design of a flat roof is different from that of a pitched roof. There are instances in which a residential building may have a flat roof, but flat roofs are generally assumed to be for commercial or industrial buildings. Likewise, people tend to understand what maintenance their house's pitched roof requires but aren't sure about what the flat roof of a commercial building needs. Although flat roofs are typically quite sound and do the job they were intended for, there are a number of reasons why a flat roof might leak.

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