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Benefits of flat roofing systems on Residential Properties

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The day has come for you to change your roofing system. Whether that’s because it’s worn out or you’re simply tired of looking at that same roof for so many years, it doesn’t actually matter. The time has come, and you have to make decide what type of roofing systems suits your roof the best.

Flat roofing systems were usually reserved for commercial building owners, but I’m sure you’ve noticed it’s growing popularity among residential homeowners, especially those aspiring to create a more urban look.

Flat roofing systems are created using a technique called membrane roofing. This technique is basically the same in commercial roofing, with changes in preferred materials. When it comes to materials, the most common ones are synthetic rubber, with TPO and PVC being the most popular, thermoplastic, bitumen-based materials and asphalt-based materials, which are mainly used in built-up roofing systems.

Innovations are being brought into life daily, securing the maximum functionality of your roof. For example, the seams that are used to seal up singular sheets of chosen material are more often than not stronger than the material. This process results in premium efficiency when it comes to dealing with every homeowners’ nightmare – leaking.

If you’re considering installing a flat roofing system, there are a few things to consider. First of all, you should definitely check with a licensed contractor whether it would be beneficial to install a flat roofing system considering your climate, budget, and installation risks. In case you’re living in an area with a lot of snowfall, you might want to reconsider. Flat roofings are, as the name suggest, flat, and offer little to no pitch. That would result in the accumulation of snow, which could easily harm your entire household.

There are many reasons behind the growing popularity of flat roofing systems. First of all, a flat roofing system is a roofing solution that provides extra space for other functional features, such as green roofing systems, or solar panels.

Materials such as PVC, TPO and EPDM are extremely susceptible to any kind of physical damage, be it a minor rock, or a branch of a tree, they aren’t considered to be very effective. On the other hand, built-up roofing systems are more durable and can successfully withstand a certain degree of physical damage. On the downside, during the installation process of built-up roofings, the employees are exposed to many kinds of dangerous chemicals, hot materials and so on, making it very difficult to install.

However, metal roofing systems are probably the most eco-friendly solution out there. That is mainly because metal is almost 100% recyclable. Not only that, they have proven to be energy efficient, because of the lack of the usually sloped space sitting beneath the top of your roof.

Before making any rash decisions, make sure to contact a few contractors and make them give an experts’ opinion on installing flat roofing systems on your home. Check for validated, experienced contractors who have are equipped with both knowledge and experience in this field of work.

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I've worked with this company on many claims and always found them to exemplify what every homeowner should look for in a contractor, therefore I give them two thumbs up and a five star rating


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