White Home with a Flat Roof

Utah Flat Roofing

Flat roof replacement isn’t a cut and dry process, especially if you have a flat roof and a pitched roof that jointly cover your home. This complexity requires a roofer that has years of experience installing flat roof systems so that you receive the best products and workmanship for your project to give you years of coverage and protection. When designing a properly working flat roof system we consider all components from the roofing membrane, flashings, boots, vents, curbs, and fasteners. We believe it is important to keep all materials of a flat roofing system with the same manufacturing company. Other roofing companies in Utah may try to make it appear that they are saving you money by swapping roof components between manufacturers which can cost you money in the long run by compromising your roof warranty and overall system. We choose the best products on the market for our customers by doing our research and by comparing installation practices on previous projects.

Notice:
We do not install tar and gravel roofs anymore as we feel they are not long lasting durable products, especially when there are so many other product options out on the market. We recommend using a TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) membrane or something similar as this is one of the only materials that helps prevent ponding water, gives you superior coverage, and most are reflective giving you reduction in energy costs. Membrane options vary from 40Mil, 50Mil, or 60Mil.

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Red House with a Flat Roof

Don’t forget that Aspen Roofing is an Authorized Installer for energy efficient flat roof materials through GAF, including TPO membranes giving you the best warranties around. Our Aspen Roofing Representatives are happy to show you the warranty comparisons on any of the flat roof products we offer.

Color Selection

Flat Roof in Progress

One of the only downsides to flat roofing material is that there are not as many color selections available. White is typically used because of its ability to act as a UV absorber which offers some great energy saving options for you. While there are several different manufacturers for low slope roofing products there are a few that recommend and use more frequently because we believe their products to be of higher quality, and they have better warranties available on them. If you are looking for a GAF low slope roofing product you can find additional information at GAF's Low Slope Roofing Products or also check out the full line of Certainteed products on their website at Certainteed's Products.

Mulehide has some good color options in their TPO Product Line.

Veramat

Veramat

To properly install a TPO membrane will require a special piece of equipment called a Veramat. Our company decided to invest in this piece of equipment so we have the ability to heat weld TPO products for our clients. We believed that this was the best option in the marketplace for low slope roofs. We also invested time and training in our flat roofing crew on how to create the best heat welded seams in the industry.

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Customer Testimonials

Date: Dec 2012
Quality: Very Good
Erin Comstock

"This is my 2nd time using Aspen roofing to help repair some water leaks on my roof. Both times they have given me a great quote and great work!"

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