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There is no doubt that flat roofs pose different issues than sloped roofs. When you need repairs to your flat roof, you want to choose a contractor who understands the unique features of a flat roof. TEMA Roofing has been repairing, replacing and installing flat roofs for decades so you know they have the experience you need. Your roof is your home’s first defense against the elements, keeping wind, rain and snow out of your interior. You want to be sure that your roof is healthy and able to withstand anything Mother Nature throws at it. TEMA Roofing has the knowledge and expertise you need to keep your flat roof healthy in order to keep your family protected.

Why Choose a Flat Roof?

If you are trying to give your home a unique, more modern look, a flat roof may be your best option. They are less expensive to install than sloped roofs and the myth that they leak more easily is just that, a myth. There is no need for shingles or other decorative material and a roof that is flat provides more wind resistance than sloped roofs. The most common reason that people choose flat roofs is the look it provides for their home.

Benefits of Flat Roof Construction

When it comes time to clean gutters, flat roofs are very beneficial as you can walk on them with ease. They also make it much easier to perform visual inspections to catch problems before they become major. When there is a problem with this type of roof, flat roof repair is much easier than on a sloped roof. Most flat roofs have a life expectancy of 30 years, longer than other types of roofing. They also hide things like air conditioning vents, exhaust pipes and other items on your roof that may not be visually attractive. Flat roofs are strong enough that you can place heavy equipment like air conditioning units on them to keep them hidden. Flat roofing is also cheaper to install than other types of roofs.

Flat Roof Replacement Options

You have several options when it comes to flat roof materials. A built-up roof is a traditional hot-tar-and-gravel roof that is built from three or more layers of waterproof material. This material is alternated with hot tar and a layer of river stone. The modified bitumen roof is a single-ply rolled roof with a mineral-based wear surface. The material is heated as it is unrolled or newer peel-and-stick options are available. Rubber membrane roofs are made of actual rubber. It resembles an inner tube but resists damage from sunlight. It may be anchored by fasteners, glued or ballasted using stone. All types of flat roof materials have their pros and cons, so be sure to talk to TEMA Roofing about the options that would work best for you.

Contact Us for Your Flat Roofing Needs

TEMA Roofing has been in the business of flat roof repair, installation and replacement for decades. Our experienced technicians provide you with the experience you need to be sure your roof will protect your family for years to come. We have been experts in flat roofs for many years and our main goal is to keep our customers satisfied. We always put the customer first, whether we are completing a flat roof replacement or fixing a problem with your roof.

If you are considering a flat roof replacement or are in need of installation, contact TEMA Roofing today. We can guide you through the process from start to finish. Whether you are in need of flat roof repair, replacement or installation, contact our expert customer service representatives by calling today or complete the simple form online.