Roofing services for all types of multifamily properties.
The roofing system is every multifamily property’s first line of defense against the elements, and any work on it is a capital investment. At Simple Roofing, we offer affordable multifamily roofing services in Allen and Dallas, Texas that focus on the quality, safety, and marketability of your property.
From homeowners association communities to apartments, we work with all types of multifamily properties, no matter their roof design. With Simple Roofing, the help you need is never far away.
Types of Multifamily Properties We Work With
Throughout Allen and Dallas, we have worked with all types of multifamily properties, repairing, replacing, and installing their roofing. This includes:
- Mixed-Use Buildings
Types of Multifamily Roofing We Work With
This type of roofing is used on flat roofs. Single-ply roofing is most commonly seen on apartment complexes and mixed-use buildings. However, any type of multifamily property could have a single-ply roof. We offer TPO, PVC, KEE, and EPDM flat roofing services.
Used on sloped roofs, shingles are the most common type of roofing used on multifamily properties. They can be made from a wide variety of materials, but asphalt is favored on multifamily roofs due to the lower cost. We are happy to help you no matter your shingle type.
Metal roofs come in standing seam and exposed fastener panels. While both can be used on multifamily properties, standing seam is more prevalent. While not the most common roofing material, we have extensive experience with both steel and aluminum varieties.
Our Multifamily Roofing Services
Are you currently building a new multifamily property? Protect your investment with a top-notch roofing system. We will work directly with your architect and lead engineer to design the perfect roof for your property, covering everything from the ideal slope to the gutters.
Roof Repair and Maintenance
The bigger the roof, the more things that can go wrong. For multifamily properties, regular maintenance is essential. However, it can’t prevent all problems, which means Allen multifamily roof repair will be needed. Schedule maintenance at least once a year and repairs whenever you notice a problem.
At some point, all roofs need to be replaced. In most cases, this only involves the outer layers—the shingles and underlayment in the case of sloped roofs, and the membrane for flat ones. However, we also offer complete roof replacement, including the wood and support structures.
Roof Inspections and Roof Management Reports
Most insurance providers require regular roof inspections for multifamily properties. Even without this requirement, annual inspections and reports are ideal. They help you catch problems before they become severe and give you a better understanding of your property and its value.
Gutters and Gutter Guards
Water management is important for multifamily properties, as rainwater can cause severe foundation damage and lead to unattractive landscaping. We install and maintain gutter systems for properties of all types.
Do you need assistance with your multifamily property in Allen or Dallas? Call Simple Roofing at 214-307-9501 to get your free estimate.
Multifamily Roofing FAQs
How important is rapid roof repair for multifamily properties?
In our opinion, it is very important. With multifamily properties, a single leak can run and spread throughout multiple units, harming property and residents throughout the building. If you see any indication of a roofing problem, get help immediately.
How can property managers protect roofs from hail and wind damage?
Ultimately, all roofs are vulnerable to damage from severe weather. The best way to guard against significant problems is to invest in regular maintenance. If you are at the point of replacing the current roof, you could also invest in high-quality shingles or other roofing materials for maximum durability.
Does my multifamily property need gutters?
This will depend on the type of roof you have. Typically, sloped roofs need gutters, while flat roofs are designed to direct water into a drain pipe that runs through the roof.