Emergency Leak Services
Within a couple of hours from your call, a repair crew will be dispatched to fix the leak. Should conditions not allow for a permanent repair, we will use temporary stopgap measures to stop the leakage.
Your top choice for flat and commercial roof replacement since 1973.
Knowledgeable and skilled in all your roofing needs, from emergency leaks to roof inspection and maintenance as well as complete re-roof projects.
We have been in this industry for a long time - for over 45 years! That is how you know you can trust us with your roof.
We commit to delivering quality work to all of our clients. Our goal is to ensure that our clients receive a high level of service.
When a roof has reached the end of its service life and cannot be restored, complete roof replacement is necessary.
Our team is trained and equipped for complete roof replacement and restoration on commercial, institutional and residential roofs. Whether the project is big or small, we strive to provide our customers with the best quality roofing products and services available.
☑ 2 Hours Response Time
☑ A repair crew is dispatched to immediately stop the leak
☑ Attempt to perform a permanent repair first
☑ Temporary stopgap measures are implemented if necessary
☑ Cease the water infiltration
☑ Provide recommendations for permanent repair
There are plenty of reasons why clients keep coming to us when they need roof replacement or restoration service, including:
Despite the fact that our winters may not be as cold as they used to be, they can still be tough on the exterior surfaces of your home or commercial building. To get an expert opinion on the condition of your commercial or flat roof, give us a call. We would be happy to take a look and sit with you to discuss next steps.
The duration of a flat roof replacement project will depend on several factors, including the size of the roof, the type of materials used, and the skill level of the roofing contractor. Generally, it can take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks to replace a flat roof. Weather conditions can also affect the timeline of the project.
When considering a flat roof replacement project, we recommend seeking advice from one of our certified roofing contractors to determine the estimated timeline for your unique project, taking into account the factors mentioned above.
Inspection: The first step is to inspect the flat roof thoroughly to determine how extensive the damage is, and assess whether it needs to be replaced or repaired.
Removal of old roofing material: Once it’s been determined that a complete roof replacement is necessary, all old roofing materials are removed from the roof.
Repairing the roof deck: If there is any damage to the underlying roof deck, it will need to be repaired or replaced before installing a new roof.
Installation of the new roofing material: The new roofing material is installed in a layer-by-layer process. Barriers such as insulation, vapor barriers, and waterproof layers are laid down, followed by the new roof membrane or material.
Finishing touches: Once the new roof is installed, finishing touches are applied, such as roof flashings, edge trims, gutters, and downspouts to ensure proper drainage from the roof.
Inspection: Once the new roof is installed, it will need to be inspected to ensure that it was installed correctly and meets local building codes and regulations.
The lifespan of a flat roof depends on various factors, such as the type of roofing material used, the quality of installation, location, and weather conditions. Generally, flat roofs last anywhere from 10 to 25 years. However, with regular maintenance and prompt repairs, it is possible to extend the lifespan of your flat roof.
Roof age: As a roof gets older, repairs become less effective, and replacement becomes increasingly necessary.
Extent of damage: The severity of the damage to your commercial roof is a critical factor. If the damage is significant and widespread, then replacing the entire roof may be necessary.
Cost-effectiveness: You should consider the costs of repairs versus the cost of replacement. If the cost of repairs is close to or exceeds the cost of a full roof replacement, then it might make more sense to install a new roof.
Overall condition: If your commercial roof has a history of problems or has reached the end of its useful life, then it may be more cost-effective to replace it.
Future plans for your building: If you plan to sell your building soon or lease it out, a new roof replacement can increase the property’s value and make it an attractive option to potential buyers or tenants.