Stage 4 – Reroofing

All roofs eventually reach the end of their service life. There are several critical factors to consider when assessing whether a roof re-cover is possible or if it is time for a replacement. Those factors includeeconomics, performance characteristics, drainage issues, environmental impact or even aesthetics. For a low-slope roof re-cover, a new membrane or system is installed over an existing roof assembly, leaving most or all of the current system in tact. A replacement or “tear off’ involves removing the existing roof assembly down to an exposed structural deck.

When approaching a reroofing project, you should consider the existing roof condition, building codes and standards, material compatibility, sustainability, performance criteria and warranty needs. Firestone is here to help you carefully analyze your roofing needs and determine the right roofing solutions to last for years to come.

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