Built-up roofing is one of the most traditional roofing styles incorporated for commercial buildings with low or flat slope roofs. Built-up roofing systems have been around for many years and are a reliable, cost-effective commercial roofing system. It is a thick roof covering that can be used in a myriad of applications and can continue to be maintained and repaired throughout its lifespan, unlike some roofing systems that must be entirely replaced when damaged. If you are interested in built-up roofing installation and repairs in Fort Worth, Dallas, or across Texas, you can trust our Fort Worth roofers at Bronco Roofing & Construction.
Built-up roofing is created through many layers of bitumen felts that are coated with an aggregate layer. The materials used in built-up roofing vary greatly depending on the type of built-up roofing that is chosen. The felts are commonly created from organic, fiberglass or polyester composition. The adhesives vary depending on installation type and are comprised of asphalt, modified asphalt or coal tar pitch.
The type that is best for your commercial building will depend on a variety of factors such as budget, climate, and desired installation process. Talk to one of our expert roofers for advice on the best built-up roofing system for your building.
Built up roofing can have its advantages and disadvantages, like any roofing material. Below is a list of both.
It is critically important that the initial installation of built-up roofing is handled by a trained professional. The process involves the use of hazardous materials and should only be performed by an expert roofer. The quality of the installation process is also crucial to the longevity of your roofing system. If you are interested in built-up roofing installation or repair for your commercial building, our Fort Worth roofers can handle any size project and have the resources and knowledge to do the project correctly the first time.
For all your built-up roofing installation and repairs in Texas, contact Bronco Roofing & Construction at (817) 241-2303.