• Rolled Roof Repair

  • If you’ve ever seen a rolled roof the first thing that came to mind would probably be how different it looks from a shingled roof. Instead of seeing individual tiles or shingles you will see strips of asphalt that resemble large, elongated shingles. That's because that's what rolled roofing is. It's made in the same way as shingles, but it's made in rolls instead of in individual shingles. Why would you want to use rolled roofing instead of shingles or tiles? Here are some of the pros and cons.

  • Identifying leaks on rolled roofing can be a challenge. Call us to get it sealed up quickly...even in the rain!  480-276-8099. 

    Pros

    • The biggest reason that people have a rolled roof installed is the cost. Rolled roofs are much cheaper than any other type of roofing option you might be considering. If the roof on your home is in rough condition and it needs to be replaced, a rolled roof is better than doing nothing at all.
    • Rolled roofs are very easy to install compared to other types of roofing. Many homeowners on a budget will install their own rolled roof. Even if you hire a contractor instead of installing your rolled roof yourself, you'll still save a significant amount of money on labor costs.

    Cons

    • Rolled roofs are not built to last. In life, you generally get what you pay for. If you opt for a budget roof option then you should expect that it will have to be replaced more frequently than a more expensive roof would need to be.
    • Rolled roofs have seams that are notorious for leaking. The seam runs the entire length of the roof, and there are multiple seams on each side of your roof. Even when they are properly sealed, and the rolled roofing is installed with care, these seams tend to leak. If they leak and water gets inside of your home it can cause extensive damage.

    Identifying leaks on rolled roofing can be a challenge. Call us to get it sealed up quickly...even in the rain!  480-276-8099.