Trust Texas Roof Repair with your Flat Roof Repair
Many commercial property owners and managers think that flat roofs are nothing but a headache. The truth is that if properly built and maintained, flat roofs can last a very long time. There are many material options and installation methods that can help extend the life of a flat roof to maximize return on investment.
Commercial Flat Roof Repair
Texas Roof Repair can provide property owners and managers with a number of roof repair services to keep flat roofs in good working condition for as long as possible.
The following are just some of the flat roof repair services that Texas Roof Repair provides for commercial properties:
Repairing Improper Drainage
Many problems are created by bad design which can lead to improper or insufficient drainage for a roof system. We can perform a detailed analysis and design long term solutions to repair problem drainage issues. These issues can lead to wet insulation throughout the roof and all types of other issues that can be easily avoided.
Replacing or Sealing Separated Flashing Seams
After years of exposure in the Texas heat, any flaws in the original installation will begin to show themselves quickly. Many times a seam in the membrane will become separated. By using a simple probing process, our experts can help detect and quickly repair this issue in a very cost effective manner.
Repairing Damaged Surfaces
The roof is exposed to all kinds of elements and debris, which means that every once in awhile it can experience damage, whether it’s from broken branches, rocks or even someone walking across the roof. The life of an aging or damaged roof oftentimes can be extended by resurfacing or coating the existing roof. While many companies might spray, slap, spread on a mess of coatings to try and be a “catch all” for existing problems, our experts take time to assess the best products and installation methods that best fit our clients needs.
Improperly Sealed Roof Penetrations
During the life of a roof, all kinds of other tradesmen are up on the roof putting all kinds of penetrations through the roof. Often, the roofing contractor is never consulted or brought in after the fact to make sure these penetrations comply with the requirements of the original manufacturer and roof system. Sealing these penetrations properly is key to the longevity of a roof system.