Phoenix, AZ

Flat Roofing

Flat Roofing Contractors Serving Phoenix and the Surrounding Areas

At Roofing101 in Phoenix, our team of flat roofing contractors guarantees highly durable roof installations, repair, and maintenance services. Whether you have a commercial, industrial, or residential building, our flat roof installation team will provide you with expert solutions. Not sure what type of roof would best suit your building? Find out which long-lasting roof would be most ideal by contacting our industry experts at Roofing101.

Get the Right Flat Roof Installation

Without a doubt, it can be overwhelming trying to understand what type of roof you may need for your structure. Luckily, our experienced team can assess your current roof and explain which replacement is right for your residential or commercial building. We offer a wide variety of choices, including:

EPDM Roofing: With the look and feel of flexible rubber, ethylene propylene diene monomer – or EPDM – can last 20 years or more. Not only does it require little upkeep, but repairs are also normally easy to perform. To prolong its lifespan however, a reflective coating is necessary.

Modified Bitumen: Residential homes or smaller-scale buildings are most suitable for a modified bitumen installation. With this high-durability, low heat-absorption covering, relatively small rolls of around 3ft wide are installed, making it an easier roof to install because of its relatively straightforward process.

PVC Roofing: As a high-performance material in the roofing industry, PVC, or polyvinyl chloride, is undoubtedly one of the go-to options for many installations in Arizona. Typically used for larger commercial projects, this naturally white, single-ply material provides impressive heat-reflexive qualities.

Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF): A SPF flat roof installation provides three things in one – roofing, flashing & insulation – making it by far a true favorite covering. What’s unique about this installation is how it is simply applied over the pre-existing roof, its waterproof, impenetrable substance sprayed on, filling any gap easily.

TPO Roofing: TPO, or thermo-plastic olephine, is a roofing material that works well on different kinds of projects. Normally, TPO costs less than PVC or EPDM, though choosing this substance should be dependant on your needs. During installation, large, fabric-like rolls are easily mounted on your covering relatively quickly.

Built-Up Roofing (BUR): More of an “old-school” approach, BUR uses a combination of many layers of tar and roofing felt to provide a waterproof, durable covering. A reflective coating or top layer of gravel is then attached to the structure for low heat transmission.

Would a Flat Roof Installation be Right for You?

At Roofing101, our specialists in Arizona will gladly help you decide which covering is most ideal for your project. Call us today for a free roofing quote and to get more information on our services.