A flat roof can be a very distinctive part of your home's architecture, but flat roofs are also very difficult to work with sometimes. Because they're not sloped, it can be very difficult for flat roofs to shed water properly, so they often need help from roofing material and other water drainage systems. There are newer types of materials becoming available, and while they may cost more upfront than other roofing materials, they'll save you money in the long-run on the cost of maintenance and repairs.
At McMurray and Sons, Inc., our licensed and trained Roofing Contractors can guarantee your complete satisfaction with any of the roofing work that we provide for your home. Our professionals can make sure that your flat roof is properly and professionally installed, and we can also provide you with any repairs or maintenance that you need for your flat roof. We'll work with you to find the perfect materials and systems for your flat roof, and we'll make sure your roof is in the best condition possible from the very start.
Call us today for any assistance you need with the installation or repairs and maintenance for your flat or rubber roofing, and we'll be looking forward to assisting you.
Rubber Membrane Roofing
EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) or single-ply is a very durable rubber material that is not unlike the material used for tire inner-tubes, but it's also resistant to damage from sunlight. It can be mechanically anchored to your flat roof with fasteners, ballasted with stone, or glued on. Our professional roofing contractors can install rubber roofing on your home's flat roof, and we'll make sure that the roofing material is perfectly installed and ready to give your roof the assistance it needs with water drainage.
The materials is very light, but it's also very resistant to damage like scuffs and tears. Rubberized roofing materials don't need much maintenance, and the maintenance they do need is fairly simple leaks and other problems are also fairly simple and inexpensive to repair. However, rubber roofing is more vulnerable to punctures, and it's usually more expensive than other types of roofing materials. Lighter colored versions of EPDM, which are recommended for warmer climates, can cost more than the standard black versions.
Flat Roofing Maintenance
Our roofing experts will discuss your roofing options with you and help you determine which material would be best for your flat roof, your Bend home, and your budget. After the installation is complete, we can continue to help you with regular maintenance, and we'll be able to provide you with any repairs that you need for the roofing.