A flat roof? What is that?
Most commercial buildings have flat roofs, but some residential homes can also be found with them as well. Flat roofs don’t angle as your ordinary roof does, they usually have a ¼” to ½” angle on it. Some people take advantage of having a flat roof on their home and convert them to balconies or patios. A flat roof can really give your home a whole new look. Due to the lack of an angle, flat roofs are known for collecting and puddling water. Our trained experts are efficient in the repair and replacement of flat roofs.
Flat roofs are becoming more popular
More and more flat roofs are appearing in South Florida and this is a good thing. The more popular flat roofs become, the more techniques and materials become available. Some homeowners like to convert their flat roof to an extra patio or deck. We are aware of all the requirements and guidelines of flat roof installations. If you would like to repair or replace your flat roof, give us a call, we are more than happy and ready to help.
Flat roof service in Jupiter
The day to day weather of Florida can take a toll on your flat roof. Flat roofs lack a true angle so it causes rainwater to accumulate. This accumulated water, can turn into leaks which may cause damage to your home. Although flat roofs are prepared to hold water, you have to make sure that the roof has been prepped and waterproofed to hold the water for the time needed for it to go away. If you have a flat roof that needs to be repaired or inspected, please give us a call at your earliest convenience. MacDowell Roofing Jupiter wants to make sure your flat roof keeps you dry and safe.