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Phoenix Flat Roofs

Mikku and Son's offer many types of residential roofing options in Phoenix Arizona and the surrounding metropolitan. We work with building owners, realtors, property management companies, and insurance companies.
Makeda Siomeraa
Makeda Siomeraa
2022-04-04
I couldn't be happier with my new roof and the excellent service provided by Mikku and Sons Roofing. From the initial consultation through the final inspection, they were professional, responsive, and reliable. They completed the job on schedule and within budget. I highly recommend them!
Jason Duncan
Jason Duncan
2022-03-28
Josh and his crew were professional, prompt, and efficient in handling my roofing needs. Their attention to detail is something I really appreciated during the process and I have already recommended them to a friend. Thanks for your help Josh!
Mark Daniels
Mark Daniels
2022-03-28
Great service, very professional. I would highly recommend Mikku & Sons Roofing company!!!
Isaac S. Lucas
Isaac S. Lucas
2022-03-27
I was really happy with the roofing job done by this business. They were professional and did a great job.
Thomas T. Hunter
Thomas T. Hunter
2022-03-26
I contacted Mikku & Sons to do some roof repair work on my house. They came out the next day and did a great job. I was able to get choose from a variety of colors and styles, too. They really know their stuff when it comes to roofs, and they are also experts in all kinds of other home repairs.
Rivera Joel
Rivera Joel
2022-03-26
Roofing company was great! They arrived on time, did a great job, and cleaned up afterwards.
Larry Allen
Larry Allen
2022-03-25
Ben did a great job with the roofing work. He was prompt, courteous, and professional. When he was done, the roof looked like it had just been installed! The cost was reasonable and all in all, I am very pleased with Josh's service and I would recommend him to others without hesitation.
Joseph Stiglitz
Joseph Stiglitz
2022-03-25
Devin and his team were amazing! They arrived early, fixed our roof quickly and expertly, sent us photos of their completed work, and cleaned up before they left. They were kind and considerate, and we would highly recommend them.
Michaël Dupuis
Michaël Dupuis
2022-03-25
I was skeptical of Mikku & Sons because they were a new roofing company in the area. I called around to other established companies and got some quotes, but when I saw the work that Mikku & Sons did for their customers' roofs, I knew they were the ones for me. It's been over six months now and we have not had any problems at all.

Flat roof homes have particular requirements. Steep sloped roofs rely on gravity to shed water, but flat roofs depend on drains and a waterproof membrane to protect the property below it.

The term ‘flat’ is a little bit misleading because no roof is completely flat. If it were, you’d be living under a small lake on your roof.

“Gradual slope” is a better description of what’s commonly called a flat roof. Gradual slope roofs have at least a 1/4 inch of slope per foot (or more) so water can flow downhill to drains that direct it to the ground.

Flat Roof Types

  • Polyurethane Foam: Polyurethane foam is sprayed directly onto the roof.  It  then “foams up” and turns solid before applying a protective coating. Its also very flexible, so its especially useful for roofs with unusual shapes or angles. Foam has several advantages over other types of flat roofing systems. One of the main ones is protecting against heat so it can cut down your air conditioning bills.
  • Built-up Roofs: Many times, built-up roofing is called “hot tar roofing.” Built-up roofs are a very old and time tested method that are made of three or four overlapping layers of asphalt felts that are fused together with hot asphalt. They have to be protected from weather, sunlight and people walking on it by some kind of surface material like gravel, a mineral granule covered top layer, a smooth coat of hot asphalt or some sort of reflective coating.
  • Modified Bitumen: Like built-up roofing, modified bitumen is made of reinforced asphalt felts. But the asphalt in the felts have plastic or rubber polymers added to improve elasticity, durability and overall performance. Due to the added polymers, it’s often applied in a single layer with overlapping seams. They then can be attached to the roof with hot asphalt or an adhesive, or by using propane torches to melt the asphalt underside. Some modified bitumen require protective surfacing materials, usually mineral granules or a liquid coating.
  • Single Ply: Single ply roofs are made of rubber, plastic or a combination of both. Single ply membranes are applied in a single layer. Installing it is relatively easy: roll out the membrane, heat weld the seams between the sheets, or chemically weld or glue them together. Its then attached to the roof with fasteners, ballast or adhesives.

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