Flat Roof Replacement
Before you decide to go again with a roof replacement it is best first to have one of our professionals inspect your roof to determine whether a replacement is really what you need. Leaks and other minimal damages are common to flat roofs due to culprits like standing water, and can sometimes be easily fixed. However, when a roof is so damaged and will evidently be causing more problems in the future it is best to spare the trouble and install a new roof.
Common Flat Roof Problems
Flat roof replacements are usually conducted under the following circumstances:
- When the previous roof is old and worn, and the material has reached the end of its lifespan and durability.
- When the previous roof has been installed incorrectly causing issues such as leaks.
- When consistent leaks have damaged the roofing system by wetting the insulation, leading to the growth of mould.
In the latter case roof replacement is imminent as mould can compromise the structure of the building as a whole, which in the end will be much more costly to fix than getting a roof replacement.
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Need Roof Replacement?
If your roof is damaged and you need fast and quality replacement, we are here to help!
When flat roof replacement is clearly the best option for your commercial or industrial building, our team of professionals can the get the job done quickly and efficiently, ensuring that the installation is done accurately and without flaws that will cause problems in the future. To best suit your flat roofing needs and budget, Megapolis Roofing offers a variety of flat roofing options. The materials used in different roof types affect the durability, longevity and cost of the roof. These factors need to be considered to ensure a long lasting roof that proves to be worth the investment.
Choose from the following roof types:
- Single Ply PVC and TPO
- Double Ply Modified Bitumen
- Four Ply Built-Up Roof
- Single Ply EPDM Flat Roofing
- Metal Roofing
Detailed information on these flat roofs and the materials they use can be found on our Roof Types page. Once you’ve determined which would work best for you call in to get a personalized quote!