When Coating is not an option

Flat Roof Replacement

Flat roofing products have been around for decades and are tied and tested. We have specialized in replacing flat and pitched roofing systems for over 20 years. Full roof replacements are often necessary when there have been multiple water intrusions, allowing water to be trapped in the base layers of the roofing system. When this happens, the substructure may need to be dried out, replaced, or repaired because of the water damage.

Benefits of Flat Roof Replacement

Proven durability:

Flat roofing systems have been used for decades and have proven to be a reliable roofing solution.

Specialized expertise:

With over 20 years of experience in flat and pitched roofing replacements, Roofcorp has the knowledge and infrastructure to handle full roof replacements efficiently.

Comprehensive process:

When multiple water intrusions have occurred, Roofcorp’s process involves removing the entire roofing system to the base structure and rebuilding it from the ground up, ensuring the substructure is dried out or repaired as needed.

Customized solutions:

Roofcorp will work with you to determine the best roofing system for your specific project, whether it’s EPDM, TPO, or PVC, and will systematically work in stages to ensure the roof is never left unsealed overnight.

Long-lasting results:

Upon project completion, the roofing system will withstand Colorado’s elements and can be warrantied for up to 25 years from the manufacturer.

Personalized evaluation:

Contact Roofcorp for a personalized evaluation and inspection of your roof to create a designed roofing system for your needs.

Flat Roof Replacement – Products

Sometimes roof coating systems are not the solution you are looking for. Roofcorp can install the perfect single-ply membrane roofing systems to fit your needs. We install new TPO, EPDM, and PVC.

TPO Roofs

TPO

For thermoplastic polyolefin, TPO is a single-ply roofing membrane that offers excellent performance at a cost-effective price. Heat-welded seams provide superior strength. TPO’s long-term heat, UV, natural fungal resistance, and flexibility without plasticizers also make TPO a reliable low-slope roofing system.

EPDM Roofs

Single Ply EPDM

Ethylene propylene diene monomer roofing, commonly known as EPDM or rubber roofing, is a single-ply rubber compound used for flat roof application. EPDM roofs are known for their durability and have a respectable life expectancy.

On the downside, EPDM roofs require quite a bit of maintenance and feature many seams treated with adhesives, making the whole system vulnerable and susceptible to problems as time passes.

PVC Roofs

PVC

PVC roofing is one of the best options for a flat roof, boasting easy installation, high reflectivity, and outstanding durability. PVC roofs can also resist water ponding—a common problem for flat roofs.

PVC roofing is not as desirable as a seamless system, however. Because PVC roofing is applied in rolls, it has seams. However, it’s important to note that heat welding is typically used to join two PVC sheets, creating a far stronger bond than adhesives.

Frequently asked questions about flat roofs

What is the best material for flat roofs?

There are a few different types of flat roofing and what’s ultimately best for you depends on your current roof, needs, budgets, and other factors. You can work with a Roofcorp consultant to find the best flat roof for you.

When do I need to replace my flat roof?

A flat roof requires placement when it’s at the end of its usable life or has sustained damage that compromises its ability to keep you protected. A Roofcorp consultant can diagnose your current roof and let you know what actions are your best options.

How much do flat roofs cost?

Flat roof costs vary greatly depending on the scale, type of material, and much more. Luckily Roofcorp provides free estimates, so you know exactly what you’re getting into before signing anything.