You’re considering a flat roof for your property, but what’s the process like with Georgia Roof Advisors? Don’t worry, we’ve got it covered.
We’ll walk you through the key steps:
Formulating an installation plan. Getting a cost estimate. Roof removal Installation. Final cleanup. You’ll be well-informed and ready to make that all-important decision.
So, let’s demystify the process of flat roof installation together.
Before you can decide on any repair or replacement, someone’s got to inspect your flat commercial roof thoroughly. It’s not just a case of looking for visible damage. It’s about understanding the structural integrity of your roof. Trained professionals use various methods, such as infrared scans, to detect trapped moisture or other concealed problems. They’ll check the roofing material, the flashing around roof penetrations and the overall condition.
But it’s not just the roof surface they’re interested in. They’ll also inspect your building’s interior, looking for signs of water damage, like stains or mold. That’s because sometimes, the first sign of a roof problem isn’t on the roof at all.
It’s a complex process but a necessary one to ensure your building remains safe and sound.
Once you’ve got a thorough understanding of your roof’s condition, you’ll need to formulate a solid roof installation plan. This isn’t a step to be taken lightly. It requires detailed knowledge of the industry and a professional approach.
After inspecting your roof both inside and out, your roofing contractor will provide you with a detailed quote for the job. This estimate will encompass most if not all, of the following elements: the cost of materials, the cost of labor, an inspection report, the scope of work (SOW), and a contract with terms and conditions.
In this step, you’re removing every last bit of the old roof to make way for the new flat roof installation. This is a crucial phase where precision and expertise are required. Let’s break it down:
After meticulously preparing the base during roof removal, you’re now ready to start the roof installation process. Remember, this step also requires precision and skill.
Your commercial roofing contractor will begin by rolling out the roofing material on your flat surface, ensuring it’s smooth and free of air bubbles. Your expert roofer will apply a professional-grade adhesive to secure the material, applying it evenly for maximum adherence.
Next, they will install the flashing around the roof’s perimeter and any protrusions, such as vent pipes or skylights. This prevents water from seeping underneath the flat roofing material. They will check the seams; they should be tightly sealed to prevent leaks.
Finally, they will apply a protective coating for added durability.
It’s time for the crucial step of cleanup and inspection, ensuring the worksite is clean, and the roof is correctly installed. This involves:
Remember, a thorough cleanup prevents potential accidents, and a detailed inspection ensures the quality of your work. It’s not just about aesthetics; it’s about safety and long-term functionality.
Even the smallest oversight can lead to significant problems down the line.
Georgia Roof Advisors Does Flat Roof Installation You’ve got two options when it comes to flat roof installation, and Georgia Roof Advisors is a reliable choice for the job. Their skilled team provides a comprehensive service, from initial consultation to final inspection. They’re experienced in various flat roofing services, including EPDM, TPO, and PVC, so they can recommend the best option for your building.
Georgia Roof Advisors ensures a smooth process, coordinating with you at each step. They handle the removal of your old roof, installation of the new one, and clean up afterward. They also conduct a final inspection to confirm everything’s up to standard.
With their commitment to quality and customer satisfaction, you’re in good hands with Georgia Roof Advisors for your flat roof installation.
Other commercial roofing services we provide:
Roof Replacement Services Roof Repair Roof Coatings Regular Inspections Regular Maintenance Visit our About Us page for more information about our roofing company.