WHAT IS THE BEST FLAT ROOF MATERIAL FOR YOUR BUILDING?
With so many options available for your flat roof, how can you ever make the right decision? Once you decide you are going to do something to your roof, you have to decide whether you will replace, repair, or renew it.
Flat Roof Material Decisions
If you decide if you’re going to replace your roof, you then have to decide which flat roof material you will use on the new system. Will you go with a single-ply option, such as TPO or PVC, a spray applied option such as spray foam, or a more traditional option such as a built-up or metal roof?
If you decide to repair your roof, will you do the repairs yourself or hire a contractor? Will you repair the entire roof or only the most pertinent problems this year?
If you simply want to renew your roof with a roof coating, will you use silicone or acrylic? Or will you consider a less popular spray-applied roof coating option?
The decisions never end.
The Best Flat Roof Material
As you can probably figure out from the above series of questions, there is no single-best flat roof material for every building. For your building, there may be one option that stands out above the rest, but in each situation, the variables change which system is optimal. The key to choosing the best flat roof material for your building is to decide what is most important to you and then evaluate your options based on that. What’s best for your building may be different than what’s best for the building next door, but you can both find an optimal roofing material for your building.
Finding the best flat roof material for your building, let alone deciding whether you will replace, repair, or renew your roof, is a very difficult decision. If you’d like a professional to help you make your decision, give us a call and speak to one of our salesmen. We’d love to help you determine what you need to do for your building.