Flat roofs are one of the best and most used roofs in both residential and commercial buildings. Its impact in recent years is worth the accolades.
Although it makes roofing easier and better due to its varied nature, it also has common problems. Some of the problems are Blistering and alligatoring. Blistering and alligatoring are some of the major problems you will encounter when using a flat roof.
Blistering is a process where there are bubbles between your roof membranes. Blistering usually occurs when air and pockets are hiding between your roof membranes. This can be an insignificant problem at first, but if neglected, it can become a major problem.
How then do you know that your blistering deserves immediate attention
Alligatoring, as the name suggests, is derived from the name, Alligator. Alligatoring is a roof condition where there are noticeable cracks on your roof, which draws a pattern. This pattern when looked at looks like an Alligator. This is why it is called alligatoring.
To fix alligatoring problems, you need to apply a new coating. But before doing that, there are steps you should take. The following are steps you should take before, during, and after applying the coating on your roof.
These are simple processes you can apply to fix your blistering and alligatoring problems. Although if you want a professional fix, you should employ the service of a professional roofer. They can also give you recommendations you couldn't have thought of.
For more information and consultation, you can contact us at Royal Roofing and Siding Long Island, 70 Sunrise Highway #500 Valley Stream, New York 11581, 516-252-3001