Flat Roofing Deland

Flat & Low Slope Roofing Services

If you need flat roofing services in Deland, Brian Sikes Roofing is your trusted, locally owned and operated roofing company! Since 2003, we have provided superior roofing services for both residential and commercial clients.  Whether you are in need of a roof repair, new roof installation or re-roof, our team will work with your from the beginning to end of your project and ensure your needs are met. From large commercial buildings and offices to all-seasons room additions and more, our team is equipped with the highest quality materials to ensure your project is completely to perfection! Experience the difference that professionalism and expertise bring. Get in touch with Brian Sikes Roofing today and let us surpass your expectations

Tips to Maintain a Flat Roof

Proper installation and maintenance of your flat roof is essential to ensure its longevity and prevent costly repairs or replacements. Luckily, the experts at Brian Sikes Roofing have the experience and resources to ensure your flat roof is properly installed and leveled.  We also have listed our top recommendations that will help you effectively maintain your flat roof:

Regular Inspections: We advise all home and business owners to conduct a visual inspection of their roof at least twice a year and after any severe weather events.  During your inspection, look for any any signs of damage, such as cracks, blisters, punctures, or loose seams.  You should also check for leaves or other debris that may block drainage systems.
Clean the Roof and Drains:  Keep the roof surface clean of debris, leaves, and dirt to prevent clogging of drainage systems.  Use a soft-bristle broom or a leaf blower to remove loose debris.  Regularly flush out drains and check for blockages.
Address Ponding Water:  Flat roofs can be prone to ponding water, which can accelerate deterioration. If you begin to notice any areas with consistent ponding water, contact a professional for further inspection. 
Roof Coatings:  Roof coatings can protect the roof membrane from UV rays, improve energy efficiency and extend your roof’s lifespan.  

We Work with Most Major Manufacturers you Know & Trust

Certainteed • GAF • Owens Corning • Tamko

Benefits of Flat or Low Slope Roofs

There are advantages for both flat or low slope roofs. For commercial buildings, a flat roof makes it easy to install and maintain the HVAC system. Low slope roofs often require less maintenance than a flat roof as they are less prone to water ponding that can potentially lead to leaks. While flat roofs and low slope roofs are found mostly with commercial buildings, they are also an excellent choice for homeowners who may be adding an all seasons room edition. This often looks better than trying to blend different roof pitches and eliminates the appearance of unblended shingles. 


Flat roofs are very energy efficient when covered with materials that reflect and don’t absorb heat.


Flat roofs are easy to maintain and gain access to. The more pitch a roof has the more difficult it is to work on. This is why so many commercial buildings incorporate a flat roof which allows easy access to HVAC equipment, communications equipment, etc…


Solar panels are becoming more popular and are ideal in our Florida climate. Installation of solar panels is a breeze when installed on flat roofs. They also offer space that otherwise might not be available for a rooftop garden.

Flat Roofing

Types of Flat Roofs from Brian Sikes Roofing


Modified Bitumen

10- 20 years’ expectancy. This is a multi-ply roofing material. A base layer is mechanically attached to the roof deck with plates or bars. Then a strong, durable Granular top surface is applied to provide aesthetic and energy efficient properties.


Built Up Roofing (BUR)

15- 20 years’ expectancy. Most people know this type of roof as a tar & gravel roof. BUR roofs can incorporate up to four plies or more of alternating layers of bitumen (asphalt, coal tar, or other adhesive). This is then topped with an aggregate layer of gravel or other materials. The biggest advantage of Built up roofs is their ability to withstand traffic and collisions with elements. BUR roofs have been in use for well over 100 years.

Choose Brian Sikes for your Flat Roofing project in Casselberry

Whether you need to repair your flat or low slope roof, re-roof or replace an existing flat or low slope roof, Brian Sikes Roofing is the place to call. Whatever material you choose, the roof of your home or business is the first line of defense against the elements of the outdoors. Choosing the right type of material is a major decision. The roofers at Brian Sikes Roofing have decades of experience and we are here to help you choose the perfect flat or low slope roofing system to meet your needs.

That’s why we say, “Experience and Dedication Matter”. See for yourselves what sets Brian Sikes Roofing apart from the others. Call or contact Brian Sikes Roofing today for a free consultation and estimate.

These guys really did a great job! Worked every minute they were on site and were very professional.

Shane Gray

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When Experience & Dedication Matter,  Choose Brian Sikes Roofing

  • 100% Customer Satisfaction
  • All Types of Roofs
  • Free Written Estimates
  • Family Owned & Operated
  • Specialty Roofing Services


  • Locally Owned & Operated
  • 3rd Generation Roofing Company
  • No Deposit Required
  • No Subcontractors
  • References Available


  • Residential & Commercial
  • Seamless Aluminum Gutters
  • Roof Inspections
  • Skylights
  • Soffit & Fascia Repairs


Brian Sikes Roofing Inc. Proudly Offers Services in the Following Areas:

Orange County

Alafaya – Apopka – Clarcona – Maitland – Orlando – Rio Pinar – Winter Park – Zellwood

Seminole County

Altamonte Springs – Casselberry – Fern Park – Goldenrod – Heathrow – Lake Mary – Longwood – Oviedo – Sanford – Winter Springs 

Volusia County

Daytona – DeBary – Deland – Deltona – Edgewater – Orange City – Osteen – Port Orange – New Smyrna