Fort Worth Flat Roofing
Element Construction Solutions specializes in all types of flat roofing installation, including complex commercial roofing projects. We understand the diversity of the commercial roof systems, and we are certified by the leading manufacturers of commercial roofing material to install their products.
We realize your business needs to keep operating during the roofing process We minimize our obstruction to parking facilities and entry ways to keep your operations flowing smoothly.
Commercial flat roofs pose some of the greatest challenges for a roofing company. Large flat expanses, heating, air conditioning machinery, air vents and piping, all create obstacles to making a roof watertight and long lasting. We have the experience and craftsmanship of product installation to meet and exceed requirements for Texas's commercial roofing of all types.
Commercial Roofing Material Comparison
Commercial roofing ranges from a small business office to a colossal industrial manufacturing plant. Roof types are either Pitched, or Flat (low slope).
Commercial Pitched Roof
Pitched roof material is, more often than not, some type of shingle or metal installation. We have created pages explaining all types of shingle and metal materials that we invite you to visit.
Commercial Flat Roofs
Commercial flat roofs present many obstacles you will not find on a pitched roof. Building ventilation system, large AC units, etc, along with numerous vent piping and other protrusions. Not only are these obstacles, they can also be, depending on the roofing material used, a source of continued maintenance expense.
To better understand the low slope roofing options available to you, we've found that it helps to use the analogy of owning a car. During the life of your car you could:
- Maintain or Repair it (i.e. like doing an oil change)
- Advantages: Keeps the roof in optimal condition, maximizes the value of your investment, insures any guarantee in place remains in effect, and helps keep your roof ready for whatever nature throws at it
- Shortcomings: roof maintenance only takes a flat roof so far, and you can only maintain your flat roof when it's performing well to start with
- Restore it (i.e. like overhauling the engine)
Advantages: take care of problems when they occur, using the right materials installed by a professional contractor insures that a repair performs for the expected life of a roof, maintenance + good repairs performed by certified contractor helps the roof do what it's supposed to do.
Shortcomings: Repairs don't extend the life of a roof, but left undone, the roof life can be greatly reduced; and improperly extended, repairs can either not work or be very short term
Advantages: Conserves Cash by saving up to half the cost of a new roof; project can also be staged over several years for improved cash flow; extends life by adding up to 15 years to the life of your existing roof; provides peace of mind because of manufacturers' no-dollar-limit guaranteed avalailable up to 15 years; minimal disruption involved because installs are significantly faster and with considerable less mess than a conventional new roof; and there is financial flexibility as a roof replacement can often be capitalized or expensed (ask your tax advisor)
Shortcomings: Limited by condition of existing roof, existing roof must be in moderately good condition; and buyer must choose carefully since not all restoration products perform equally
Advantages: Best Long-Term Option, systems often last up to 20 years or more; manufacturer's no-dollar-limit guarantees available up to 20 years; and fewer installation worries are involved since there is a large pool of experienced applicators available
- Shortcomings: this is the highest investment and can be double the cost of roof restoration; longest installation time; and moderate-to-severe disruption and hassle for occupants
Whatever your decision when it comes to your flat roof, Element Construction is here to provide you with the best quality roofing materials and services for your commercial or residential roofing project. Our trained Arlington roofing contractors have the skills and expertise to guide you in the decision making process for your flat roof, and will offer reliable, honest service. Call today for an estimate!
Our Fort Worth Flat Roofing Contractors Provide These Services
- Flat Roofing
- Flat Roofs
- Commercial Roofing
- Commercial Roofs
- Flat Roof Repairs
- Flat Roof Maintenance
- Flat Roof Replacement
- Company Roofing
- New Roofs
- Roofing Repair
- Rubber Roofing
We Provide Flat Roofing Services in the following areas:
Tarrant County, TX | Johnson County, TX | Dallas County, TX | Parker County, TX | Denton County, TX | Colling County, TX | Rockwall County, TX | Ellis County, TX
Why Fort Worth Should Hire Us for Their Flat Roofing
When you contact Element Construction for flat roofing services, you will receive personalized attention from our Arlington roofing contractors and top quality roofing products. We are a fully licensed and insured Arlington roofing contractor, and we have years of experience in the roofing and insurance restoration industries.
Whether your flat roof need repairing, replacing, or installing, Element Construction is here to help. We can also help you with any insurance restoration services you may need. Our Arlington insurance restoration specialists are experts at navigating the insurance claims and settlements process, and will guide you through the process to ensure you get the maximum value from filing a claim.
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