Restoring a roof is often a more cost effective way of extending the life of your roof than replacing it all together. Each roof type is different so how effective a restoration will be is dependent in part on what kind of roof you have.
Flat roofs are great candidates for a roof restoration. Any of the flat roof types can benefit from a restoration:
- Build Up Roofs
- Modified Bitumen Roofs
- Rubber Roofs
- Foam Roofs
This can add a good 10-15 years to the lifespan of your home or business’s roof. Each of these types of flat roofs are restored in their own way. If you’re not sure what type of flat roof you have, call BFS Construction for an inspection and we’ll visit your location and make an assessment for what kind of roof restoration you need. Our roof contractors are experienced in a wide variety of roof types, so don’t hesitate to call.
Repair rather than Restore
Sloped roofs are not as ideal for a restoration but should focus more on repair and maintenance. Sloped roofs use a variety of shingle and tile types to keep your roof sealed using a system of overlapping tiles that allow water to drain off. Replacing shingles and repairing any underlying water damage to the supporting plywood is a good way of extending the life of these roofs. Asphalt shingles are typically used in these restoration jobs. They come in different types, fiberglass or organic; either 3-shingle tiles or architectural style. Each shingle type has its unique character and style; each with its own benefits and cost considerations. At BFS Construction we can help you decide what shingle type works best for your home or business.
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