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Professional Flat Roof Repairs In Denver

Flat or low slope roofs are very common in commercial buildings and warehouses, but some sections of residential properties also have them. Flat roofs are popular because they’re faster to install, more affordable, and have more space to place HVACs and other objects but they also need repairs when they get old or damaged from inclement weather.

Flat roof repair is more complex than that of steep-sloped roofs. To maintain and repair them, you need special training—which is where we come in. Maxx Roof LLC is a top rated Denver flat roofing contractor and our crews are trained and certified in all aspects of flat roofing, so when you call us to fix your roof, you can trust that it is in good hands.

Common Flat Roof Issues That Need Repair

Denver’s diverse climate brings many problems to your flat roof. Understanding the most common problems can be beneficial because you can know the signs before the damage worsens.

  • Here are some common issues you may find on your flat roof and potential fixes:
  • Cracking or splitting resulting from thermal movement due to your roofing materials responding to temperature changes. We usually fix this by sealing affected areas with compatible adhesives or applying new waterproof coating.
  • Pooling water from obstructed drainage pathways due to debris. We address this by clearing debris and placing strainers to prevent future blockages. We also fix standing water issues by modifying the roof’s gradient and using tapered insulation systems that improve water dispersal but that can only be done when installing a new flat roof or replacing the old one due to needing to be able to modify the insulation before attaching the membrane.
  • Alligatoring, a type of cracking pattern that signifies your roof’s surface aging due to UV ray exposure. A new roof coating can add extra protection from UV rays.
  • Leaking and punctures caused by membrane damage like hail or branches falling on the roof. We usually address these types of issues with spot repairs or in extreme cases, roof replacements.

What’s important to know about these issues is that they’re best fixed by skilled roofing professionals. You can book regular roofing inspections with us to identify these problems and take the necessary steps quickly before they become widespread issues. Proactively keeping your roof in top condition is the best way to ensure it lasts a long time and the best way to avoid early flat roof replacement.

What We Do

Our team at Maxx Roof LLC are seasoned professionals who are well-versed in the quirks and intricacies that come with flat roofing projects. We don’t only address immediate issues during repairs, but future proof your roof against adverse weather conditions to come.

We offer more than just flat roof repairs. We install state-of-the-art drainage systems, apply resilient waterproofing treatments, restore compromised flashing, and ensure watertight seals. We also offer roofing inspections to spot small issues before they become major, widespread concerns down the line.

Materials We Work With

We offer more than just flat roof repairs. We install state-of-the-art drainage systems, apply resilient waterproofing treatments, restore compromised flashing, and ensure watertight seals. We also offer roofing inspections to spot small issues before they become major, widespread concerns down the line.

Flat roofs can be made from many types of materials and at some point, they all need to be repaired. Fortunately, we can work with them all. Here’s a quick look at each type of common flat roofing material we repair and what they bring to the table:

  • TPO: Thermoplastic Polyolefin is a very common single-ply roofing membrane that can last up to 30 years with proper installation and maintenance. It’s heat-reflective, affordable, and offers great leak protection.
  • EPDM: EPDM is a synthetic rubber-based roofing material with excellent water resistance. It’s also strong against ozone and UV rays, giving it great all-round protection from weather.
  • PVC: As a roofing material, PVC boasts a long service life that can last over 20 years. It also has excellent chemical resistance, which can be useful if your business releases harsh chemicals through exhaust vents.
  • Built-up roofing (BUR)/tar & gravel: BUR is a common, long-used material that provides excellent resistance to various weather conditions like hail storms, which is useful in our dynamic Denver climate.
  • Modified bitumen: Modified bitumen roofing performs well in cold weather because it’s designed to be flexible and not become brittle even when temperatures fall well below freezing. It’s also heat-reflective, meaning your building can stay cool easier on hot days.

Why Choose Maxx Roof LLC?

You should choose Maxx Roof LLC for your flat roof repairs because our team is fully certified and well-versed in the details that entail a proper flat roof repair. Since flat roofing is a different skill than regular roofing, you need to understand the materials and proper installation procedures to ensure a successful repair that will last for years to come.

However complex the roof repair job, we’re up to the task. We’re ready to fix your flat roof, regardless of the materials involved and the issues at hand. We offer precise diagnostics and economically sensible repair options. Plus, we strive to ensure our repair work is done with as minimal impact on your daily activities as possible!

Frequently Asked Questions About Flat Roof Repairs

Why should I work with a professional flat roof repair service?

You should work with professional flat roof repair services to ensure all repair work is done safely and correctly. Professional flat roof repair companies have the certifications, knowledge, and skills needed to fix your flat roof and ensure it stays fixed.

Hiring inexperienced flat roof repair technicians or doing it yourself may result in temporary fixes that will need even bigger repair jobs further down the line. Moreover, people who are inexperienced in roof repair are more at risk of injuring themselves and damaging the building.

What determines flat roof repair costs?

Flat roof repair costs can be determined by various factors like the type of repair needed, severity of damage, roofing material type, labor expenses, accessibility to the roof and your location. It’s tough to estimate roof repair costs on your own, so we suggest getting a professional inspection to receive a detailed estimate.

What are the risks of holding off on flat roof repairs?

Holding off on flat roof repairs increases the risk of more severe damage, which may lead to even more expensive repairs. In some cases, you may even need a full roof replacement instead of just repairs, so make sure to keep up on your flat roof maintenance and get repairs done in a timely manner.

Which one is cheaper, flat roof repairs or replacements?

Whether repairs or replacements are cheaper depends on what the roof needs. Smaller issues can be repaired affordably and don’t need replacements, but extensive damage may be much more expensive to repair than replace.

How important are regular flat roof inspections?

Regular flat roof inspections are essential to ensure all potential issues are identified before they become bigger problems. If you can inspect your roof yourself, make sure to do that regularly, especially after major storms. If you can’t inspect it yourself or you are having issues with your roof, make sure to give us a call for a professional roof inspection.

Get A Flat Roof Repair Quote Today!

Maxx Roof LLC promises superior results, whether you’re hiring us for residential or commercial flat roof repair projects. If you’re located anywhere in the greater Denver metro area, feel free to call us for a no-cost roof inspection and repair estimate!

We Service The Entire Denver Metro Area And Beyond

Maxx Roof LLC serves the Denver metro area and the surrounding areas. Some of the cities we serve are Denver, Lakewood, Castle Rock, Arvada, Aurora, Boulder, Broomfield, Littleton, Englewood, Centennial, Parker, Thornton, Wheat Ridge, Golden, Morrison, Brighton, Commerce City, Watkins, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Edgewater & beyond.

If your home or commercial property is located anywhere throughout the greater Denver metro area, give us a call for a free inspection & estimate. When you choose to work with Maxx Roof LLC, your are choosing to work with a roofing contractor you can count on, every step of the way.