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Roofing Contractor in Brampton Explains Why Flat Roofs Are Better Than Commercial Roofing Materials for Buildings

December 18, 2020
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Cox Roofing Systems, a roofing contractor in Brampton, Ontario, Canada, has recently published a blog post that explains why flat roofs instead of commercial roofing materials are better for buildings. They highly recommend flat roofing materials like TPO, EPDM, and PVC materials for various practical reasons. These include reasonable costs, easy maintenance, maximization of building space, and easy repair and replacement.

Wayne Cox, CEO of Cox Roofing Systems, says, “If you’d ask any contractor, they’d often recommend flat roofs are the best choice for your building. It’s fast to install, easy to procure, and you can repair and replace them as soon as possible. True enough, if you’re chasing an improved property aesthetic, you can always use commercial-grade asphalt shingles or clay tiles to bring out that traditional look. However, it’s less practical because it can be more expensive and takes much time to install, repair, and replace.”

Price has been good for flat roofing materials because of the stability of supply and demand. Furthermore, the cost of roofing materials is less because they’re highly recyclable. For instance, EPDM is the most affordable roofing material and can be installed quickly and easily due to its self-adhering characteristic. It is also expected to last for at least 25 years. In addition, it offers excellent protection for the home and it is easy to have it replaced when it has reached the end of its lifespan.

In the Cox Roofing Systems blog post, it is also pointed out that flat roof materials will only need an existing building’s flat top. This is in contrast to other roofing materials that require a slope to ensure excellent installation. This is usually the case for conventional commercial roofing materials, such as clay tile, slate tile, asphalt shingle, and more. Since roofing tiles and shingles will need a slope to work properly, additional roofing structures will be required, which means the installation will be more difficult and maintenance of the roof will also take longer.

Flat roofs maximize the use of building space to have more room for storing materials. In addition, HVAC systems can easily be constructed on flat roofs rather than sloped roofs. PVC roofs are often the best for withstanding the weight of heavy-duty equipment, such as HVAC systems and other materials and devices for the commercial building.

And finally, it is much easier to look for roofing damages that may cause leaks on a flat roof and then have it fixed. It is easy for roofing contractors to simply cut seams and then put in a new seam in just one day. Torched PVC roofing is also easy to remove and the material is easy to install. All that is required is to make sure that the roofing services will be handled by experienced commercial roofing contractors.

Cox Roofing Systems recommends that building owners consider roof restoration, which is a method of upgrading the present roofing system rather than replacing it. A key advantage is that it is less expensive than roof replacement. They want to emphasize that the lifespan of a roof can be reduced by a number of factors, such as roof precipitation; heavy climate; UV degradation, poorly ventilated areas; loss of reflective paint and coverings; and roof color. Roof restoration can add up to 25 years to the roof’s lifespan. Cox Roofing Systems makes use of durable and efficient roofing materials that increase the roof’s resistance to water and UV radiation. Specifically, they install their Tri Thermal Roofing (TTR®) system made up of EPDM membrane and polyurethane foam when they provide roof restoration.

There are a number of factors that make Cox Roofing Systems from other roofing contractors in Brampton. These include the fact they have been providing roofing services since 1976; their offer of 10- to 20-year renewable warranties; the fact that they have experience in roofing projects in various areas and territories; their experienced and well-trained staff; and excellent customer reviews.

Those who are looking for contractors who can install or repair commercial roofing in Brampton may want to check out the Cox Roofing Systems website, contact them on the phone, or through email.

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About Cox Roofing Systems:

Our history as an insulation contractor helped develop the patented TTR® system – a system that will ensure the greatest payback on your roof.

Contact Cox Roofing Systems:

Wayne Cox
56 Bramsteele Rd. Unit #12
L6W 3M7

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