Flat Roofs

At Mike Huddleston Roofing Systems we are a proud leader in the flat roof industry in and around the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area.

Flat Roofs

Let Us Handle All of Your Flat Roof Requirements

What is a Flat Roof?

A roof that is nearly flat or just slightly pitched for water channeling is called a low-slope roof. No roof should be truly “flat” – though it may appear from the ground to be flat; every roof should have a intentionally designed slight slopes for drainage. Most often low slope roofing is used in commercial buildings. Problems are common and more difficult to diagnose with low slope roofing because the leak area is often not directly located where the water is appearing inside the building. The roof should have NO areas of standing water. Standing water on a roof can be caused by sagging or rotted roof decking or improper drainage design.

Why Should You Choose Us For Your Flat Roof Needs?

Mike Huddleston Roofing Systems has been fixing and installing low slope commercial roofing for decades. We’ve seen many interesting issues on the various rooftops of DFW, Texas buildings! Old buildings, new building construction, retro-fit, you name it, when it comes to low slope roofing, we’ve seen it and fixed it…and with outstanding results. We have very strong relationships with the top commercial roof manufacturers. Our stability and long history of good work provides you with unparalleled quality and guarantees.

Get the best guarantees, quality and value from Mike Huddleston Roofing Systems, Your #1 choice for commercial roofing projects.

F.A.Q.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Often Should You Inspect Your Roof?

It’s a good idea to inspect the roof several times during the year, especially in Winter and Spring, and then clear it off as needed. All of the leaves don’t fall at the same time, so one cleaning may not be enough.

How Can I Prevent Roof Damage?

Many types of roofs can be damaged by inexperienced people walking on them or working from them, and there is the danger of slipping or falling. If roof damage occurs, you are much more likely to develop a leak, so make sure it is an experienced person on your roof.

What Is The Main Cause of Roof Damage?

Roof leaks can be caused by many different things, however, 90% of all roof leaks are caused by improper installation or by defective metal flashing. Rarely does the actual roofing product fail. 

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817-480-9293

Office Location

1285 North Main Suite 201
Mansfield, TX 76063

Open Hours

M-F: 8am - 5pm, Sat: By Appointment

Phone

Mansfield: 817-480-9293

Arlington: 817-764-5470

Email

ladder@mhhroofing.com