When you have a flat roof that is on top of your facility, you likely had it installed because of its value and durability. But with all roofing membranes, flat roofs included, there will come a time that repairs are needed. If you handle them in a timely manner, you won’t be facing any disruptions to your day to day operations. Your pocketbook will likely be saved as well. However, if you ignore a problem and don’t get your flat roof repaired, you can expect the damage to spread and become more costly. We don’t want this to happen to you. At the first sign of trouble, please call 417-825-0286. Our team at Alley Capital will be happy to help get your roof repaired quickly and correctly.
Common Flat Roofing Problems
No roof is impervious to repairs. At Alley Capital, there are a few common signs that your roof needs attention. If you notice any of the following, please give our office a call:
Leaks and Moisture – This is the most common issue business owners with flat roofs will face. If moisture lingers on top of your flat roof, it can begin to deteriorate the membrane. Also, if there are weakened seams, punctures, or tears, water can infiltrate your facility. Water won’t have an easy way to escape so it will travel any route necessary. This can cause issues from mold, damaged insulation, and even structural damage.
Flashing Problems – Because the temperatures in Missouri fluctuate, your roof will expand and contract with the changing weather. Over time, this can cause your flashing to pull away from the edge of your roof.
Cracks, Blisters and Alligatoring – When your roof is constantly exposed to the elements of nature, the harsh temperatures can cause your roof to crack, blister, or look like alligator skin (alligatoring).
Notice Any Of These Signs? Call Alley!
If you are having problems with any of the above-mentioned problems, or anything else that is out of the ordinary for your roof, please call 417-825-0286. We will be happy to provide you with trusted flat roof repair solutions to get your Webb City, MO roof back on the right track.