“SECO SLATE” ROOF- Slate roofs are sure to cause some attention. It’s hard not to notice something that is timeless, durable and extremely beautiful. The most common type (and most trendy) we …Read More
Everybody needs a roof.
The Arizona climate is constantly taxing exposed roof layers and wreaking havoc on neglected and ignored roof systems. The heat actively bakes the asphalt, leaching out waterproofing and all of the other key features that should be protecting your roof system.
What Does That Mean?
Your roof could have already been failing you before you moved into your Mesa or Gilbert home. Areas exposed to direct sunlight due to shifting, settlement, or wind, may only be rated for 30 days of exposure. After that, it’s a gamble on if/when your roof may leak or fail during the harsh monsoon season. During the construction of homes, new roof builds can sit exposed for up to 90 days! While this may not matter to the builders, this becomes a major problem down the road for you, the new homeowner.
Careful roof system selection
followed by proper roofing maintenance and management prolongs the roof life cycle. According to the National Roofing Contractor Association, many roof maintenance steps can slow the roof aging process up to four times, meaning your roof can last four times as long.
Call us Today!
We will show you the roofing options available to you and teach you in an easy and understandable fashion the difference between our available roofing materials and the corresponding life cycles of each. Our mission is always to first educate our clients prior to providing them with any of our roofing services. We look forward to hearing from you.
A roof protects all your physical assets.
Seco seeks a collaborative working arrangement. We want to educate you with systems and options to prolong, extend, maximize, and ultimately provide for the entire life-cycle of your roof system. Planned maintenance can often avoid the budget breaking requirements of a new, unexpected roof job. Let us inspect your property, meet with your maintenance and facility crews, and build a plan to maintain and maximize your roof for years to come.
We are honored to serve our valley’s proud homeowners. Let us show you why we are different, and what you will gain from your experience in allowing us to serve you and your roofing needs. There are 3 types of common residential roof systems in Arizona.