Flat roof maintenance plays a critical role in making your flat roof last as long as it possibly can. A good flat roof maintenance plan will prevent leaks, blistering and a whole host of problems that would need repairing.


One of the best ways to prevent the need to have your flat roof replaced is to maintain and inspect it regularly. Flat roofs require more maintenance than sloped roofs simply because of their inherent flatness. They collect water and debris more easily than sloped roofs and it’s more likely you will miss common issues because you cannot see them walking up to the building. Whether you are scared of heights or just don’t have the time to regularly inspect and maintain your flat roof, AM Flat Roofing & Sheet Metal has maintenance plans and technicians to do the work for you consistently.



Reasons for Maintaining Your Flat Roof

The biggest reason to have your flat roof regularly maintained is so you don’t have to deal with repair and replacement nearly as frequently as if you just let it be. Flat roofs last longer if they are regularly maintained so you will be saving money and hassle. It is generally recommended you have flat roof maintenance performed every spring, fall and, if you live in an area with harsh weather conditions, after an extreme weather system like a storm, has passed through.

Flat Roof Maintenance 101

Flat roof maintenance done by professionals prevents these common issues that require roof repair:

If you have any of these problems chances are you are past maintenance and will require a repair. If you don’t see any of these 3 things and you have no other issues that stand out then maintenance programs are what you are looking for.

After a heavy rainfall or other extreme weather you need roof maintenance if you see:

AM Flat Roofing & Sheet Metal’s Flat Roof Maintenance

Having a roof maintenance program is essential to prolong the life of your roof and save your money. All AM Flat Roofing & Sheet Metal, maintenance professionals are trained to discretely perform maintenance activities, you’ll barely even know we are there.

The first step to setting up your maintenance plan is to call us and have an inspector come take a look at your roof to assess its current state and discuss what the best maintenance plan is for you. We will also perform maintenance on our first visit if you have a glaring need. Like we said earlier, it’s recommended you have scheduled maintenance 2 times a year in the spring and fall, we will be happy to set this up for you in advance so that you don’t have to remind yourself and us. We are also available on short notice for maintenance after storms or heavy snowfall.

Call or email us to set up your flat roof maintenance plan now, before you have a leaking roof.