Asphalt Flat Roof Repair & Replacement in Lansing & Across Mid-Michigan

Asphalt Roofing Repair Specialists in Lansing Serving All Central Michigan

We’re local commercial roofing contractors headquartered in Lansing, MI providing superior asphalt roof repair and maintenance for commercial properties in Mid-Michigan

Built-up roofing aka tar & gravel roofing systems were the most common way to cover commercial low-slope and flat roofs up until the mid to late eighties.

Advancements in roofing technology and materials have given us much better options since then.

With their 25-30 year life expectancy it means there are thousands of asphalt roof systems throughout Michigan in need of repair or replacement.  Our team does great work with these built-up roofing systems and has earned a reputation as the go-to source for fixes and replacements.

Central Michigan’s Asphalt Roof Replacement Experts

As asphalt roof systems near the end of their life throughout Central Michigan, many commercial & industrial building owners have turned to our experienced team to help guide them through their asphalt roof replacement options.

We are experienced, trained, and certified to install the following commercial and industrial roofing systems each of which would be an outstanding upgrade over your asphalt flat roof system:

Asphalt Flat Roof Leak Repair in Central Michigan

Fixing a leak on an asphalt flat roof can involve a few steps:

  1. Identify the source of the leak: Before any repairs can be made, it’s important to identify the exact location of the leak. This involves inspecting the roof surface and checking for areas of damage or signs of water infiltration.
  2. Clean the area around the leak: Once the source of the leak has been identified, the area around the leak should be cleaned and dried thoroughly. This will help ensure that any repair materials adhere properly.
  3. Apply a patch: There are several options for patching a leak on an asphalt flat roof. One common method is to apply roofing cement or a similar sealant to the damaged area. Another option is to use a patch made from roofing membranes or other waterproof materials. The patch should be applied over the damaged area and pressed firmly in place to ensure a good seal.
  4. Check for additional leaks: After the patch has been applied, it’s important to check the surrounding area for any additional leaks or signs of damage. This will help ensure that the repair is complete and effective.
  5. Regular maintenance: To prevent future leaks, regular maintenance of the asphalt flat roof is important. This can include regular inspections, cleaning, and repairs as needed.
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