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Our Flat Roofing Services

We are Flat Roof Specialists 

A flat roof is a good option for commercial buildings. If you run a business, you should consider making the switch. Doing so will provide you with numerous perks.  Nevertheless, you should know that not all flat roofs are equal.  There are three types of flat roofs:

  • Built-up

  • Modified bitumen

  • Rubber membrane roofs

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Why Go Flat?

By switching to flat roof will offer numerous benefits. Keep in mind that the perks you will receive are going to depend on the material that you choose. Modified bitumen is capable of reflecting heat so you can save money in your energy bill. Rubber membrane is easy to install and very simple to repair. A built-up roof is very tough. You can guarantee that it is going to stand up to the test of time. 

We are the Albany's area top flat roofing contractor so your proper roof installation is guaranteeed.

We offer numerous flat roof services to Albany residents.

  • Built-up roof installation

  • Flat roof repair or replacement

  • Modified bitumen roof installation

  • Rubber membrane roof installation

  • PVC roofing

  • TPO roofing installation

  • EPDM roofing

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TPO ( Thermoplastic Polyolefin ) is one of the most membrane roofs used nowadays, and like PVC, it is also highly solar reflective. It is also quite resistant to tears, impact, and punctures and like EPDM & PVC, it is installed in very large sheets - 10, 12 & 16' wide x 100' long. TPO roofs offer good flexibility which is very important for widely seasonal temperature areas and therefore a popular roofing material in the Albany NY and surrounding areas. TPO seams and flashings are also hot-air/heat welded which essentially creates a solid, seamless and monolithic roof as the finished product. TPO, like PVC is algae-resistant and environmentally friendly.

Service areas: Albany, Saratoga & Schenectady Counties, Clifton Park, Saratoga Springs, Wynantskill and surrounding areas.

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We are Flat Roof Leaks Specialists

Flat tops are more prone to leaks because there is nowhere for water to spill off. Making 'ponds' of estatic water. What’s left behind can result in a number of problems. Leaks on a flat top can be hard to locate. Call us today at (518) 227-5561 for a FREE Estimate! 

Residential & Commercial Flat Roofing

Flat Roofing Repair & Installation

Flat Roofing FAQs

Advantages of Flat Roofs Lower construction and repair costs. Flat roofs take up less space and consequently use less material than sloped roofs. This makes initial construction cheaper but also means savings if any extensive repairs become necessary. Versatility.

How many years does a flat roof last? The materials used to make a flat roof play a large part in determining its lifespan. A multi-layer built-up roof consisting of waterproof material, hot tar and gravel can last for 15 to 20 years. Roofs consisting of three to five layers of modified bitumen have a slightly shorter average lifespan of 10 to 15 years.

Are flat roofs hard to insure? Why Are Flat Roofs Hard to Insure? When insuring a home, insurance companies assess the risk and cost involved. Although flat roofs are less expensive and easier to build, insuring them comes at a higher risk

What are flat roofs called? 3 Types of Flat Roofs: Pros and Cons - This Old House What are the different types of flat roofs? Built-up roof (BUR), modified bitumen roof (MBR), and rubber membrane roof (EPDM).

Are flat roofs more maintenance? Flat roofs require more maintenance than do sloped roofs because debris tends to collect on them. But they're safer to walk on than sloped roofs. As long as you're careful not to damage the roofing material as you work, it's easy to keep them functional.

Is it OK to walk on a flat roof? A standard fibreglass flat roof is ok to walk on for maintenance and cleaning, but if you are intending for more regular foot traffic, such as a balcony, terrace or walk way, then there are some extra considerations: A heavier duty matting will be advisable

What is the longest lasting flat roof? Best Material For a Flat Roof - Flat Roof Materials EPDM, or Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer, is known as the longest-lasting flat roof material. It's designed to withstand the most extreme weather conditions that a flat roof can face, and this durability can help it last at least 30 to 50 years

How often should you reseal a flat roof? A flat roof left unmaintained will typically last about 10 years. It's a good idea to plan for a new coating every five years to ensure its integrity and continued performance.

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