Felt Roofs FAQs & Answers
What is a felt roof?
A felt roof is a type of roofing system that utilizes bituminous felt as the primary waterproofing material. It’s commonly used in flat or low-slope roofs and consists of layers of felt sheets saturated with bitumen.
How do I know if my felt roof needs repairs?
Signs of needed repairs include water leaks, visible cracks or tears in the felt, or damp spots on ceilings.. If you notice any of these signs, it’s advisable to schedule a professional inspection.
How long does a felt roof typically last?
The lifespan of a felt roof depends on factors such as installation quality, climate, and maintenance. On average, a well-maintained felt roof can last 20-30 years.
Do you use a particular type of felt for repairs?
We use high-quality bituminous felt materials for repairs, chosen for their durability, weather resistance, and compatibility with the existing roofing system.
How do I request a roof repair estimate?
Simply contact our team through our website or give us a call. We’ll schedule an on-site assessment, provide a detailed estimate, and answer any additional questions you may have.