Rubber Roofing Spanish Fork, UT

Commercial flat roofs are commonly covered with rubber roofing material. Spanish Fork Roofing Contractor has been installing and re-roofing flat roofs with rubber material for more than 20 years.

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It is the most common type of commercial roofing type. We have years of experience in all sorts of flat roofs, most of them Rubber roofs. We know the right type of roof and how to install it so that its longevity is increased. Rubber roofs may come as sheets of rubber for gently sloping roofs added to the flat surface of the building. Rubber roofs are one of the cheapest and longest-lasting rooftop choices.

Any specific forms of rubber roofing, such as EPDM, bitumen, PVC, TPO, etc, are available on the market. They are constructed of rubber polymer with saw dust and slate dust to give strength to them. Rubber roofs are an excellent way to save moisture and other natural elements from your roof structure.

Spanish Fork Roofing Contractor provides proper warranty for rubber roofing. Our experts are qualified professionally to spread the rubber roof sheets correctly. We don’t interrupt your business activities to do our job. We do it in peace and on off days if you wish. We guarantee that the draining is right so that no water leaks under the rubber roof. With our service quality and the integrity we show are also appealing to our clients. We install durable rubber roofs to retain a strong foundation of the house.

Installation Of Rubber Roof

The installation of a rubber roof must be thorough. There should not be any bubbles under the sheets of the rubber payment when they are spread out. We’ll need to completely clean the roof, remove all the debris before we start. The sheets are then applied with high-quality, moisture resistant, cold, or warm industrial adhesive. The adhesives stick the entire sheets to the surface perfectly so that your roof is perfect. To prevent bubbles and uneven spots, application should be made perfectly. There are no places you want to leave, where water can get under the surface. The seams are taped and screened in order to finish all.

Repair Of Rubber Roof

When Rubber Roof Gets Old

If the gum roof is aged, it fractures and creating bubbles on the surface. The build-up of rubber will lack its elasticity and does not perform as well. With the application of a fresh layer on the roofing of the Spanish Fork Roofing Contractor we can increase the longevity of such roofs.

Leaking Rubber Roofs

It is time you call us when the rubber roof begins to leak and grow a mold below the layer. Due to low elevation, moisture and mold growth in flat roofs are more common. Water can flood the surface and reach the cracks, seams and loose ends if the gutters do not function properly. If your flat roof is affected by wind, please let us know. To make it better again, we will repair your roof.

Old Flashing

Like most other materials, flat roofs tend to get damaged in bad weather and extreme fluctuations in temperatures. This repeated expansion and contraction may over time allow your flashing to fall from the edges and corners of your roof and to lead to leaks and moisture inside your roof. We will replace your old flashing for the flat roof and provide a new waterproof layer on it.

Installation Of Rubber Roof

The installation of a rubber roof must be thorough. There should not be any bubbles under the sheets of the rubber payment when they are spread out. We’ll need to completely clean the roof, remove all the debris before we start. The sheets are then applied with high-quality, moisture resistant, cold, or warm industrial adhesive. The adhesives stick the entire sheets to the surface perfectly so that your roof is perfect. To prevent bubbles and uneven spots, application should be made perfectly. There are no places you want to leave, where water can get under the surface. The seams are taped and screened in order to finish all.

Repair Of Rubber Roof

When Rubber Roof Gets Old

If the gum roof is aged, it fractures and creating bubbles on the surface. The build-up of rubber will lack its elasticity and does not perform as well. With the application of a fresh layer on the roofing of the Spanish Fork Roofing Contractor we can increase the longevity of such roofs.

Leaking Rubber Roofs

It is time you call us when the rubber roof begins to leak and grow a mold below the layer. Due to low elevation, moisture and mold growth in flat roofs are more common. Water can flood the surface and reach the cracks, seams and loose ends if the gutters do not function properly. If your flat roof is affected by wind, please let us know. To make it better again, we will repair your roof.

Old Flashing

Like most other materials, flat roofs tend to get damaged in bad weather and extreme fluctuations in temperatures. This repeated expansion and contraction may over time allow your flashing to fall from the edges and corners of your roof and to lead to leaks and moisture inside your roof. We will replace your old flashing for the flat roof and provide a new waterproof layer on it.

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Maintenance Of Rubber Roof

Quick to clean rubber roofs. It is easy to inspect flat roofs made of rubber matter. Our inspection team can go to the roof to search for irregularities or damages due to bad weather. The rubber is resistant and can also be easily repaired or reroofed even if it gets old and damaged. Instead of complete reroof, water protection seals can be covered if the damage is sufficiently small.

Address

850 East 1950 North Suite 101
Spanish Fork, UT 84660

Phone

(801) 610-9947

Email

SF@Ravenroofingandcontracting.com

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Working Hours

7 AM to 7 PM