Bellevue WA

Flat Roofing

Experienced Flat Roofing Contractors Serving Seattle & Nearby Areas

Our experienced flat roof contractors will help you select which kind of long-lasting, durable covering would best suit your building. After evaluating the state of your current roof, our experts can explain whether you need repairs or an entirely new roof.

Flat Roof Installations – Which One Do You Need?

While it can be completely confusing to figure out which type of roof you need, our knowledgeable, specialized roofers can narrow down which installation you need for your residential or commercial building. We offer a wide variety of choices, including:

  • Built-Up Roofing (BUR)
  • Modified Bitumen
  • EPDM Roofing
  • PVC Roofing
  • TPO Roofing
  • Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF)

Each type of roofing installation provides various advantages. While some are ideal for residential projects, others are better suited for commercial or industrial structures. As such, speaking to one of our roofers is always a good idea, allowing you to understand your structural needs and select the right covering material.

Flat Roof Installation in Bellevue

    • Built-Up Roofing (BUR). This “old-school” flat roof treatment involves the application of roofing felt (tar paper) and asphalt-based roofing tar, often in multiple layers. A top layer of gravel or a reflective coating is required to cut down on heat gain and improve durability. Maintenance and repair work usually call for more felt and coating layers to be applied.

    • Modified Bitumen. This option works well on residential & small-scale commercial flat roofs. Because it comes in 3-ft.wide rolls, modified bitumen roofing is easy to handle and apply. The roof surface gets a reflective coating for durability and reduced heat absorption.
    • EPDM Roofing. Despite its exotic chemical derivation, ethylene propylene diene monomer has the look and feel of an everyday rubber inner tube. An EPDM roof can easily last 20 years with minimal maintenance, but its dark tone absorbs a tremendous amount of heat. To prolong the life of this single-ply roof and reduce cooling costs, a reflective top coating is essential.

    • PVC Roofing. This single-ply roofing material is made from polyvinyl chloride, the same high-performance plastic used in plumbing pipes. Like EPDM, PVC is most frequently used on larger commercial roofing jobs. PVC roofing is naturally white, giving it excellent heat-reflective qualities without any coating or extra treatment.

    • TPO Roofing. TPO is short for thermo-plastic olephine, the chemical composition of this fabric-like roofing material. The material comes in rolls of different sizes, making it suitable for a variety of flat roof projects. TPO usually costs less than EPDM or PVC, it doesn’t yet have the same track record of proven performance.

    • Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF). This option combines roofing, flashing & insulation. Instead of tearing off an old flat roof, SPF technology enables a contractor to spray on a continuous layer of high-density foam that seals leaks and bridges gaps to form a waterproof barrier, even around roof penetrations like vent stacks. The cured foam layer has good insulation value, helping to reduce heating and cooling costs.

Contact Roofing101 For a Free Roofing Quote Today!

There are many things to consider when deciding on what roof to get for your building. Among other factors, maintenance requirements, energy performance, and installation costs should be taken into account before selecting a covering. Luckily, when you enlist the services of Roofing101 experts, your choice becomes extra simply, because the industry professionals are there to help! Worried about the durability, water-resistance, or lifespan of a specific flat roof installation? Let our specialists talk you through every option we provide, so you gain peace-of-mind!

Call us today at Roofing101 to book a free roofing quote for your upcoming project. One quick call can also give you the information you’re looking for on our various installations, services, and maintenance options in Seattle.