Is Spray Foam Roofing Right For You?

Spray Foam Roofing

Flat Roof Replacement You Can Count On

It’s not easy to choose the type of roof you want if you’re looking to replace your existing one. However, there is one clear choice, especially if you have a flat roof, from all the options out there. – a spray foam roofing system. Here, we’ll go over the main pluses of spray foam roofing and why it’s a great choice.

Here Are Some of the Benefits of a Spray Foam Roof Replacement


Easily Repaired

If they are minor repairs that are needed, you may not even need to call a pro. You can fix small punctures or cuts with a tube of exterior polyurethane caulk. Fill the cut or puncture with caulking, texture it to match the roof, and voila!, you just repaired your roof yourself! Unlike other roofing systems – you don’t have to have a professional flat roof repair contractor make these minor repairs.


Easily Works With Your Drainage Configuration

If they aren’t installed properly, a flat roof can have serious drainage issues during heavy rains, which can damage your roof’s structure. You can get proper drainage with a foam roof by applying several layers with different thicknesses to make the water flow to the right areas for proper drainage. By applying the foam strategically in this way, you can virtually eliminate the drainage issues associated with other flat roofing systems.


Saves Money

You will have less leaking issues with spray foam roofing. because it is seamless and has no gaps. It has no overlapping materials and zero seams. This means it has a surface that is pretty much impermeable because of its membrane comprised of polymers. This makes it a much more secure roofing system because you will have fewer issues and their corresponding costs from repairs and water damage.


Energy Efficiency

Spray Foam roofing is an excellent insulator. It will save you money due to its outstanding R values of R-6 to R-7 per inch. much better than fiberglass insulation. This will save you money through your utility bills. You could save as much as 30% or more over other flat roofing systems. As a result, you should be able to pay for your new spray foam roof over about the first five years of its lifespan.

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Weathers Storms Well

In high wind situations,  your roof and its materials are usually the most vulnerable components of your home. In high wind situations, metal roof panels, shingles and tiles can be blown loose and become dangerous being blown through the air at high velocity. Spray foam roofing adheres to the roof because of its seamless application. Which means there isn’t anything to be blown off the top of the roof and traveling through the air. Also, as other debris is flying through the air and hitting your roof, it will resist damage when its struck by them. There is also less chance that you will experience flooding and water damage due to its ability to withstand storms. By having greater resistance to these extreme conditions, you’ll save time and resources through insurance premiums and less claims.

Good For the Environment

When you tear off old roofing systems, they create a lot of waste that ends up in landfills or recycling centers. Spray foam roofing can be applied directly on top of your existing roof, leaving little to  no waste material. Also, you won’t ever need to completely replace your roof again. You just periodically and routinely maintain the roof by using sealant on problem spots and you’re good to go.

You Can Walk On It

Spray foam roofing is very durable and safe to walk on. This allows you to have access to your roof, making you able to check on problem issues yourself if needed and have easy access to the vents, pipes and ac units. There are also no overlapping seams or materials, as stated earlier, that you can trip over. Its safer for homeowners and roofing contractors alike due to its smooth, textured and even surface.

You Won’t Need a New Roof Again

As we’ve mentioned, spray foam roofs have long lifespans, they’re easy to maintain and less expensive to repair and update. You can just apply an update to the membrane about every 20 years at around 50% of what it would cost for a new foam roof, unlike  other roofing systems that need to be completely torn off and replaced when they’re useful life is over. The cost savings involved with these two scenarios is substantial. You won’t have to spend your money on expensive roof replacements ever again due to its long lifespan and ease of repair and maintenance.

Mikku and Sons Roofing (623) 465-1068 provides quality foam roof repair, foam roof installation, foam roof replacement and other roof repair services to the surrounding Phoenix area communities. We’ve been a reputable, quality roofing contractor since 2001. When you need advice on any type of flat roof repair or replacement from a reliable, experienced roofing contractor, give us a call.

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Mikku and Sons Roofing has been helping residents throughout Phoenix since 2001. Our experienced and friendly crew members can inspect your roof and help you get it ready for the monsoon season to help you reduce the risk of damage. But, if your roof does have damage due to monsoon storms, we are ready to help you with quick and complete roof repair. We have experience in all types of roofs, including tile, shingle and flat roofs on both personal residences and commercial property. We are fully licensed and insured and make it our mission to provide quality workmanships and exceptional service.

Call us today at (623) 465-1068 to find out how we can help you prepare your roof for the coming monsoon season or to repair it after a storm.

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Options For A Flat Roof

Options For A Flat Roof

More Slope Than Flat

Flat roof systems are more low-slope than completely flat. They have just enough slope to make water move toward gutter and drains to keep it from ponding on the roof. There are several options for a flat roof available when you’re deciding on whether to replace your roof.

What we feel is the best solution, sprayed-on polyurethane foam, should be used more than it is and pushed more by roofers in the industry. There are several options if you’ve decided to replace your flat roof.

Here Are 5 Options for a Flat Roof


Modified Bitumen

This material is rolled on top of your roof’s surface in a single ply. Most previous installations were completed by placing it on the roof and then using a blowtorch to heat it. This poses some risks, so newer materials have been created that stick to the roof after they are peeled off, making it safer. It’s good for the environment due to its ability to reflect the heat and rays from the sun, which will lower your cooling expenses. However, it does have a major negative feature – walking on it can tear the material and cause scuffing.


Built Up Roofing (BUR)

This material is very affordable, which entices homeowners to use it often as everyone likes to save money. It has a nice, attractive look which usually has gravel on top covering the material. Its constructed of several layers, so it provides more than adequate insulation for your home. But, due to these multiple layers, it weighs more tan other flat systems,. which means you may have to make some structural additions to your framing or structure in order to support it, meaning you’ll have additional expense when choosing to install it. One other drawback is you should not be occupying the property while its being installed, interrupting your families routine and schedule. There is plenty of info to be found online regarding BUR roofing if you need it.


Sprayed-on Roof Coatings

Silicone is the material most often used for sprayed-on applications. And, because its sprayed onto the roof, it is seamless, making it work great in resisting moisture and deflecting the heat from the sun. Since it reflects the sun’s heat and rays, it lowers your utility costs, saving you money. Another big benefit is its contribution to the environment because its applied directly on top of the old system. No need for the occupants to be removed during installation and no need to tear off the old roofing and dispose of it before its applied. There are a few negatives, though – the biggest one being its price, as its more expensive than the other flat options. However, that should be expected from something of high quality with so many positives. Depending on your roof’s configuration and your location, silicone roofing will usually be the most expensive option to choose from.


Single Ply EPDM

It’s similar to PVC, because of its single ply, but the main material is not plastic, but rubber. Its extremely durable, but it has a few drawbacks. Adhesives are used to close the seams, which can make them vulnerable to the elements over time, letting moisture get through and causing maintenance and repair issues. Asa result, you will have to pay more attention to routine maintenance and minor repairs than some of your other options.



This material is very reflective and durable.  It is extremely water resistant, keeping moisture from pooling.  Lastly, the installation process is simple, making it one of the best choices for your flat roof. It may sound like it is similar to spray applied coatings because they do have a lot in common. The biggest difference from other materials, including sprayed-on, is that the seams can lead to failing. Glue or tape is used to connect the seams, and they will deteriorate over time.  This allows more water over time to enter your home than a seamless system would.

Emergency Roof Repair Contractors

Mikku and Sons Roofing has been helping residents throughout Phoenix since 2001. Our experienced and friendly crew members can inspect your roof and help you get it ready for the monsoon season to help you reduce the risk of damage. But, if your roof does have damage due to monsoon storms, we are ready to help you with quick and complete roof repair. We have experience in all types of roofs, including tile, shingle and flat roofs on both personal residences and commercial property. We are fully licensed and insured and make it our mission to provide quality workmanships and exceptional service.

Call us today at (623) 465-1068 to find out how we can help you prepare your roof for the coming monsoon season or to repair it after a storm.

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Is a Cool Roofing System Right for You?

Is a Cool Roofing System Right for You?

Light Colors Equal Cooler Temperatures

The idea behind cool roofing is the same as the reasons people living in hot climates wear light colored clothing. Here in the desert southwest, wearing light-colored or white clothing helps keep you cool. Its because light colors reflect heat and sunlight, whereas dark colors absorb them. Homes are similar to people. If your roof is dark colored, your home will be hotter than if it had a light-colored roof. During the hot summer months we experience here in the Phoenix area, a darker colored roof can reach temperatures as high as 150 to 190 degrees at their peak.  In contrast, a cool roofing system will peak at around 100 to 120 degrees.

A cool roofing system can reduce the temperature on the surface of your roof by as much as 100 degrees.  This will reduce the heat that is transferred into the interior below.  The attic space and ductwork under the roof will be cooler.  This will lower utility and maintenance costs and improve comfort inside.  It will also increase the lifespan of your roof and lower the urban heat island affect and associated smog levels in cities.

What You Should Know About Cool Roofing


Cool Roofing Materials

They are made of materials that reflect the energy and heat from the sun away from the surface of your roof. The materials for homes with low-slope roofs are typically bright white, however, there are other colors that are being made for more sloped roof applications. Cool roofing is highly emissive, which allows it to emit infrared energy away from the roof. Bare metals and metallic coatings usually don’t have low emissive abilities, which is one of the reasons they aren’t thought of as cool roofing materials.


Cool Roofing Benefits

  • Lower annual electricity expenses by reducing summer cooling costs.
  • Reduce infrared conversion from visible light, making your interior more comfortable.
  • Lower maintenance and replacement costs by extending roof life.
  • If you have time-of-use metering you can save on peak time usage.
  • Reduce roofing waste materials in landfills.
  • Lower the highly publicized heat island effect in urban areas.
  • Lower air pollution and smog in urban areas.

Cool Roofing Costs

Initial costs for a cool roof are similar to traditional roofing materials. Some cool roofing materials cost less than traditional materials and some cost more. Cool protective coatings can be applied every 10 to 15 years, which can reduce, or eliminate, the need for expensive roof tear-offs and replacements. If you add these roof repair or replacement savings with an average 20 percent savings on utility costs, it makes a cool roof a money saver over the life of your property. You can also get rebates in some communities, in addition to energy and lifespan savings, from local utility companies for installing cool roofing on your home.

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There are 2 two types of materials for low-slope roofing systems on homes – single-ply materials and reflective coatings. Single-ply materials are made of large sheets of pre-constructed roofing fastened together over the old roof and sealed at the seams. Reflective coatings are installed or applied over an existing clean, leak-free roof surface using rollers, sprayers, or brushes.

There are other materials available for sloped roofs in clay or concrete tiles. They stay cool by using certain pigments that reflect the sun’s infrared heat. There aren’t asphalt shingles or pre-coated metal roofing materials available in cool versions right now.

You can visit the ENERGY STAR® Website for a comprehensive list of cool roofing system products and manufacturers at www.energystar.gov.

Emergency Roof Repair Contractors

Mikku and Sons Roofing has been helping residents throughout Phoenix since 2001. Our experienced and friendly crew members can inspect your roof and help you get it ready for the monsoon season to help you reduce the risk of damage. If your roof has damage from monsoon storms, we are ready to help you with quick and complete roof repair. We have experience in all types of commercial and residential roofs, including tile, shingle and flat roofs. We are fully licensed and insured and make it our mission to provide quality workmanships and exceptional service.

Call us today at (623) 465-1068 to find out how we can help you prepare your roof for the coming monsoon season or to repair it after a storm.

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Common Flat Roof Issues

Common Flat Roof Issues

Be Aware

Flat roofs have built-in design and installation factors that can often lead to performance problems and a shorter life span than you might expect.  There are several common flat roof issues to be aware of.

Top 3 Common Flat Roof Issues



This is the most frequently occurring problem on any kind of a residential flat roof. It usually happens due to ponding water that stands longer than 48 hours, after the most recent rain showers. Usually, moisture gets through at the seams or flashings. It can also come from clogged drains, chimneys, skylights, parapets and other types of penetrations on the roof. Its less common to have a leak from some sort of puncture. If moisture gets under the membrane and into the sheathing, mold and rot can start to form. This is especially likely in areas with lots of rain and severe storm frequency.


Shrinking and Deteriorating Materials

One of the most common problems for EPDM membranes is shrinkage. When rubber shrinks, it can pull down parapet walls, drip edges or even a chimney. This is more probable on a larger building, and on a property where the membrane wasn’t properly attached or installed.


Damage Caused by Foot Traffic

Another issue, especially for flat roof decking and commercial buildings is heavy foot traffic. Maintenance personnel (mainly HVAC contractors) and other random visitors going out on the roof, dropping tools, walking over fasteners, thus puncturing the membrane and causing other damages that need to be repaired.

When Should You Replace Your Flat Roof?

Replacing your flat roof can be a costly and time consuming project, and it should, in most instances, be your last resort. Just because your roof is leaking in a few spots doesn’t mean it necessarily must be replaced.

Two Scenarios That Warrant A New Install

The Age of the Roof
When the original material has gotten to the end of its lifespan, your best option is replacing it. Depending on the type of material your roof is made of, your local weather situation, as well as how you’re keeping up with routine maintenance, this life-cycle may vary, as we have discussed above. Since EPDM has seams that are prone to allowing moisture to get through, they will have a lot of issues in locations that have heavy and frequent rain storms. TPO may not live up to its fullest lifespan in geographic locations with high heat and drastic temperature fluctuations.

Poor and Faulty Installation
Unfortunately, installation issues happen way too much. This is the biggest source of all the other issues, including leaks. If you’re constantly fixing a fairly new roof, it probably indicates that it was not installed properly. Some of these can be rectified by a professional roof repair contractor, but their will be some that can’t be. This is why getting a thorough, professional inspection with an experienced roofer is so important.

If installation problems can’t be fixed, the best option will be replacing the faulty roof. Otherwise, you’ll just keep dumping more and more money into a roof that will never perform as its supposed to. If you find that there is wet insulation, it cannot dry out on its own and can cause mold issues and structural damage that will be much more expensive to fix than putting on a new roof, or replacing a large portion of the original one.

If you can afford it, choose a premium material like PVC. While its more expensive than other single ply choices, once you install it, you won’t have to worry about leaks and other problems again for a long time. PVC has hot air-welded seams that don’t come apart, and will remain resistant to water. It’s also an Energy Star rated, cool material, that reflects the sun’s heat, which will save you a lot of money on energy costs as you live in the property.

An Inspection is the Most Important First Step

To find out whether you should do a roof leak repair or replace it with a new membrane, find a professional, experienced roofing contractor to perform a thorough inspection. Be sure you hire an experienced pro, because a plain general contractor or an asphalt shingles expert won’tt know all the little details and complexities of these flat roof materials. They might give you poor recommendations that will cost you even more money and time to fix in the future.

During the inspection, your roofing contractor should include checking:

  • Seams
  • Flashings
  • Attachment points
  • Check for cracks at joints and corners, around chimneys and ventilation slits.
  • Assess any damage: deterioration, punctures, aging, leakage, ponding water, etc

It’s also very important that they do a test-cut (through the material to check what is under the top layer). A lot of times, mold and rotted sheathing underneath the top layer is not visible on the surface.

Emergency Roof Repair Contractors

Mikku and Sons Roofing has been helping residents throughout Phoenix since 2001. Our experienced and friendly crew members can inspect your roof and help you get it ready for the monsoon season to help you reduce the risk of damage. But, if your roof does have damage due to monsoon storms, we are ready to help you with quick and complete roof repair. We have experience in all types of roofs, including tile, shingle and flat roofs on both personal residences and commercial property. We are fully licensed and insured and make it our mission to provide quality workmanships and exceptional service.

Call us today at (623) 465-1068 to find out how we can help you prepare your roof for the coming monsoon season or to repair it after a storm.

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Should You Do a Flat Roof?

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Flat Roofs

When people imagine a house, many picture a building with a pitched or A-shaped roof. However, this is far from the only option available for your home or business. One style to consider is a flat roof, a horizontal roof that is usually tilted at a very low angle.

At Mikku and Sons Roofing we're ready to construct and repair a wide variety of roofs. To learn more about the services we offer, call our Phoenix roofing crew at 623-465-1068.

Why Get a Flat Roof?

People choose flat roofs for a variety of reasons. Some simply like the way they give a home a more modern look. Others appreciate advantages such as:

  • Low cost – Flat roofs are generally easier to design and construct that angled roofs. Depending on the materials you use, they can cost significantly less money to build.
  • Accessibility – It is much easier to access a flat roof for maintenance or repairs. Some people with flat roofs even use them for gardens or other projects.

However, it is important to note that there are also disadvantages to living in a building with a flat roof. For example, these roofs require careful maintenance, or they can be damaged by weather and gradual wear and tear. They can also be prone to water pooling and flooding.

Before choosing a roof design for your home, it is important to be fully informed about your options. Our Austin roofing specialists can help you review your choices when designing a home or constructing a new roof.

Built-up Roof Membrane (BUR):

  • Assembled in place using multiple plies of asphalt- impregnated felt bedded in bitumen.
  • Asphalt or coal-tar is applied hot in order to merge with the saturant bitumens in the felt and form a single-piece membrane.
  • The felt is laminated in overlapping layers to form a membrane that is two to four plies thick.
  • The membrane is protected from sunlight and physical wear by applying a layer of aggregate (such as crushed stone or other mineral granules) embedded in the surface ply.

Foam Roofing

Foam roofing is the most energy-efficient roofing material available – over 500% more efficient than conventional roofs. It’s the first intelligent roofing technology for flat and low-sloped roofs, combining insulation and roofing into one material. That means no roofing seams or multiple layers – eliminating the expanding and contracting and separating that allows water and microbes to seep in and damage your roof.

Each Mikku and Sons foam roof is custom installed. It’s sprayed on as a liquid mixture, and within a few seconds expands up to 30 times its original volume into a watertight, seamless solid that custom forms to the roofing substrate. Just look at the advantages of an Armstrong Foam roof:

  • Tough, seamless construction
  • Can be sprayed onto almost any surface including irregularly shaped roofs and uneven surfaces
  • Tenacious adhesion – demonstrated in the most recent Florida hurricanes
  • Moisture resistant – even when the membrane coating is damaged
  • Inch-per-inch, the highest energy efficient roofing material available
  • Extremely strong – yet ultra lightweight
  • Proven longevity classifies it as a sustainable low-slope roofing system
  • In most cases requires only periodic recoating for decades of service

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Elastomeric/Plastomeric Roof Membrane:

  • Sheet materials applied to the roof in a single layer.
  • They require less on-site labor than built-up roofing and are usually more elastic and, therefore, less prone to cracking and tearing.
  • They may be affixed to the roof with adhesives, by the weight of a gravel ballast, by fasteners concealed in the seams between sheets, or with mechanical fasteners that do not penetrate the membrane.
  • Some types of elastomeric/plastomeric roof membranes include the following:

Neoprene (polychloroprene):

  • A high-performance synthetic rubber compound applied in sheets ranging from 0.030 to 0.120 inches thick and joined at the seams with an adhesive.
  • Vulnerable to attack by ultraviolet light; therefore, it is usually coated with a protective layer of chlorosulfonated polyethylene.
  • Vulnerable to aromatic solvents and strong oxidizing chemical.
  • It may be fully adhered to the roof deck or partially adhered, with aggregate ballast to prevent wind uplift.

EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer):

    • The most widely used material for single-ply roof membranes.
    • A synthetic rubber manufactured in sheets ranging from 0.030 to 0.060 inches thick and joined at the seams with an adhesive.
    • Vulnerable to petroleum products and plastic roofing cement.
    • It may be fully or partially adhered, or used in a protected membrane roof.

PVC (polyvinyl chloride):

  • A thermoplastic compound commonly known as vinyl.
  • Relatively inexpensive.
  • PVC sheets for roofing range from 0.032 to 0.060 inches thick and are joined at the seams either by solvent welding or hot air welding.
  • Vulnerable to ultraviolet radiation, petroleum products, and coal tar.
  • It may be fully or partially adhered, or used as a protected membrane.

Chlorinated polyethylene and chlorosulfonated polyethylene sheets:

    • Vulnerable to petroleum products.
    • Not compatible with PVC.
    • Highly resistant to ultraviolet deterioration and can be manufactured in light, heat-reflective colors.
    • Used on roofs where aggregate ballasting is unacceptable for reasons of appearance or excessive slope.

Polymer-modified bitumens

  • Vulnerable to petroleum products, hydro-carbons, and some chemicals.
  • Formed into composite sheets with various other materials.
  • Some are intended to be laid loose, others to be adhered to the roof deck or insulation.

Fluid-applied Roof Membrane

    • Used primarily for domes, vaults and other complex shapes that are difficult to roof by conventional means.
    • Applied usually in several coats using a roller or spray gun. When it cures, it forms a rubbery membrane.

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Factors Contributing to Flat Roof Deterioration


  • Hot sunshine on a roof causes the volatile ingredients of tar or asphalt to evaporate.
  • The asphalt oxidizes and becomes brittle.
  • The roof mat eventually loses its elasticity, the surface coating becomes checked and flakes off, exposing the felt below.


  • Water can seep into a dry roof through cracks and cause a leak.
  • This moisture can turn to ice in freezing temperatures and can cause the roof to tear or heave.


  • A strong wind can drive rain into defective joints in the mat or parapet, can cause the roof to tear at loose seams and can cause the roof structure to sway.

Temperature Changes

  • Expansion and contraction place strains both on the roof structure (deck and walls) and strain the flashings. These strains can cause the roof mat to tear and mortar in coping joints to crack, providing sources for water entry.


  • As walls settle, extra strains may be exerted on flashings, or the roof may settle below the level of the drain pipe. This will either cause a backup of flood water, or a leak through the crack around the drain.

Outside Interference

  • Roof mats are not designed for extra accessories such as signs and electric wires, nor are they intended for regular foot traffic. Anchorage planks are spiked or lagged to the deck, piercing both the mat and the deck, causing serious damage.
  • Pollutants, acids and saturated animal fats can potentially damage membrane roofing. Protection from these is provided through coatings and/or ballast covering.

If you need the advice of a professional flat roof repair contractor, give Mikku and Sons Roofing a call at 623-465-1068.


6 Tips For Flat Roof Maintenance

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Some maintenance and basic rules for taking care of a flat roof, as in do's and dont's, are common sense, but you would be surprised what some flat roof owners do to jeopardize their roof or let happen to their roof. The worst thing you can do is to neglect it, because small problems turn into big issues rather quickly. Depending on how your roof is used and what type of roofing material you have will depend on how much time and effort you must spend on maintaining your roof. But, either way, these are some tips or rules that flat roof owners, whether residential or commercial, should keep in mind to help take care of your roof so it can help you take care of and protect your home or business.

1. Keep the roof clean of debris, especially if you have trees around your roof, clean during and after the fall season. Here in Arizona, with our often times violent monsoon storms, you should always check and inspect your roof after we've had one. Strong winds can throw debris up on your roof, even from other properties, and unless you get on a ladder and get up to inspect it, you wouldn't even know some debris may be up there causing damage. Always keep your flat roof clear of organic debris that could cause punctures or residual damage.

2. Make sure any equipment that must be attached to roof is properly attached without causing punctures to roof materials. It is good for some equipment to be mounted on top of a platform of some kind that can limit damages to the roof materials. If your material uses fasteners, make sure they are tight and secure.

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3. Check draining systems and clean out any debris. Make sure you have adequate draining for your roof, if you notice a lot of ponding water you may need better drainage, clean them, or possibly have an area that needs something to stop ponding water. Some spots that have ponding water need leveling to help the water flow to the drain system. Ponding water can cause a flat roof to deteriorate quickly, so once its detected, remove it as quickly as possible and make sure the drain systems keep it from re-occurring.

4. Don't cause undue stress to the roof. Flat roofs will have issues with pressure from too much weight, such as too much heavy equipment for the way the structure of the roof was built, snow and ice weight, water weight or even random things on the roof that shouldn't be there. You should have some sort of documentation from the builders and designers that specifies the amount of weight your flat roof can withstand. If there is an area that is not supported well and  too much weight exists there, the roof can eventually collapse, causing all kinds of damage and even jeopardize your families well being.

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5. Do not neglect your flat roof. If you haven't had it inspected for some time, or have put off repairs that need to be done for some time, do not wait. Call a professional flat roof contractor to inspect your roof and give you advice on the best way to maintain or repair it. The number one reason flat roofs have to be replaced is due to neglecting the roof's need for repairs and maintenance. 

6. Do not have hazardous materials on your roof. Especially having the roofing system getting exposed to those materials. This can cause damage to the material or other damage to the roof decking. Some roofing materials can become damaged with other products that aren't made for the specific type of roof you may have.

If you have questions about flat roof systems. or you have an existing flat roof that needs an inspection or repairs, give Mikku and Sons Roofing a call at (623) 465-1068. We are experts at flat roofing and will give you our best advice on how to move forward to best solve your problem in the most economic and efficient way possible.


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