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Your Best Choice For Flat Roof Replacement

A flat roof is popular for residential and commercial buildings because they are affordable, easy to install, and durable. Proper maintenance will go a long way in keeping a flat roof strong and secure for years, but eventually, it will need replacement.

Our team at Maxx Roof LLC is a highly trained Denver flat roofing company that handles a variety of flat roofing services. From tapering your insulation for proper drainage, installing adequate roof ventilation systems and ensuring precise flat roof installation techniques, you can count on our capable hands to handle your roof replacement with the utmost skill and attention to detail.

How Do I Know If My Flat Roof Needs Replacement?

Flat roofs require regular maintenance and eventually, replacement to ensure the integrity of the structure. But how do you know when it’s time for a flat roof replacement? Here are signs that your flat roof needs replaced:

Interior Water Stains

Water stains on the ceiling or walls inside your building are a telltale sign of roof leaks. While some leaks can be patched, recurrent leaks may indicate underlying issues with the roof membrane that require replacement.

Cracks And Blisters

Inspect the surface of your flat roof for cracks, blisters, or bubbles in the roofing material. These imperfections can compromise the waterproofing integrity of the roof and may necessitate replacement to prevent further damage.

Excessive Wear And Tear

Over time, flat roofs can experience wear and tear from exposure to the elements, foot traffic, and debris accumulation. If your roof is showing signs of significant deterioration, such as cracking or crumbling edges, it may be time to consider replacement.

Pooling Water

Flat roofs should be designed to facilitate proper water drainage. If you notice areas of standing water, known as ponding, it could indicate improper drainage or structural issues that require attention. Persistent ponding water usually leads to flat roof leaks and premature deterioration of the roofing materials.

The Age Of The Roof

Most flat roofs have a lifespan of 10 to 30 years, depending on the type of material used and the quality of installation. If your roof is nearing the end of its expected lifespan or has exceeded it, it’s wise to start considering replacement options or a waterproof roof coating.

Previous Repair History

If your flat roof has undergone multiple repairs in the past or has a history of recurring issues, it may be more cost-effective in the long run to invest in a complete replacement rather than continuing to patch up problems that will continue to cost you time and money.

The 7 Major Steps Of Roof Replacement

Whether you’re upgrading an aging roof or addressing extensive damage, understanding the key steps involved in the replacement process can help you prepare for what to expect. Here are the major steps of flat roof replacement:

  1. Initial assessment: Before replacement, a thorough assessment should be carried out. This includes evaluating the condition of the roofing materials, identifying any structural issues, and determining the scope of work required.
  2. Planning and preparation: Once the assessment is complete, the next step is to develop a detailed replacement plan. This includes selecting the appropriate roofing materials, scheduling the work timeline, and obtaining any necessary permits or approvals from local authorities.
  3. Removal of old roofing: The first physical step in the replacement process is removing existing roofing materials. This typically involves stripping away the old membrane, insulation, and any underlying layers down to the roof deck.
  4. Repairing Substrate and Structure: During the removal process, any underlying substrate or structural issues are addressed and repaired as needed. This may involve repairing or replacing damaged decking, reinforcing support structures, or addressing moisture-related issues to ensure a solid foundation for the new roof.
  5. Installation of new roofing system: With the substrate prepared, the installation of the new roofing system can begin. This includes laying down and tapering insulation layers, patching all corners, seams and penetrations throughout the roof, installing ventilation systems and then installing the new waterproof membrane.
  6. Quality assurance and safety measures: Throughout replacement, quality assurance measures will be implemented to ensure that the work meets industry standards and is up to code. Additionally, strict safety protocols are followed to protect workers and minimize the risk of accidents or injuries on the job site. We are also fully insured to protect you from any injuries that may happen on your property during the replacement process, so no need to worry!
  7. Final inspection and clean-up: Once the new roof is installed, a final inspection is conducted to verify that the work meets all requirements and standards. Any remaining debris or materials are removed and the area is cleaned up to leave the property neat and orderly.

FAQs About Flat Roof Replacement

How much does flat roof replacement cost?

The cost of flat roof replacement varies depending on factors such as the size of the roof, the materials used, ventilation, number and complexity of penetrations, insulation type, drainage systems and the extent of damage to the underlying decking and structural support beams. To find out the cost of your own roof’s replacement, Maxx Roof LLC will provide you with a no-cost estimate and customized quotes.

If you’re still waiting on your insurance company, fret not. We offer a no-cost “bridge financing” that provides upfront roof money, then gives you 6 months to pay back the bridge from your insurance checks – no interest during the payback period and no delay in services.

How can I maintain my new flat roof after replacement?

Our professional team at Maxx Roof LLC will provide you with flat roof maintenance recommendations to preserve the integrity of your roofing system and maximize its longevity. Some helpful maintenance tips that we recommend include:

  • Schedule regular inspections: Schedule inspections at least twice a year to check for signs of damage, such as cracks, blistering, or pooling water.
  • Clear debris: Keep the roof surface clear of debris, including leaves, branches, and any other foreign objects that can accumulate and block drainage pathways.
  • Address ponding water: Ensure proper drainage by clearing debris from gutters and ensuring downspouts are free-flowing. If you notice areas of persistent ponding water, consider installing additional drains or slope adjustments to improve runoff and prevent further pooling.
  • Professional maintenance: Hire a professional roofing contractor like Maxx Roof LLC to perform regular maintenance and repairs as needed. We can identify potential issues early, perform necessary repairs, and provide recommendations for extending the lifespan of your flat roof.

Contact Maxx Roof LLC Today For A Free Estimate

With Maxx Roof LLC, you can count on superior roofing solutions tailored to your needs, excellent craftsmanship, and the highest quality materials. Contact us to schedule a free inspection or request a quote today – we’d be happy to help!

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.