Contrary to the name, flat roofing is not flat; rather it is for a roof that actually has a very low slope. The National Roofing Contractors Association defines a “low slope” as any slope that is 3/12 or less. Because of this minimal amount of incline, this type of roofing system will wind up holding water and snow much longer than steeper-pitched ones do. That is why these systems require very different materials to stay watertight and require a different way of being installed. Adequate drainage is also a major factor that needs to be addressed with flat roofs to prevent the trapping of any moisture to avoid mold growth or other related water damage.
When it comes to flat roofs, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Different roofing materials have their unique benefits and drawbacks that make them better suited for some projects than others. When considering this type for your home or business, it’s important to pick a company that has the skills to work with any material you decide to go with.
We understand that choosing the right roofing system can be overwhelming. That’s why we offer a variety of flat and low-slope systems to suit your specific needs. We’re experts in a wide variety of all the most popular flat roofing materials and have the skills required to work with any material you choose for your next project. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to providing the highest quality services and materials to ensure that your roof lasts for many years to come. So whether you’re looking to install a new roofing system or replace your existing one, we can help make the process as simple and painless as possible.
Whether you’re looking for a durable, energy-efficient, or cost-effective option, we have the perfect solution for you. Contact us today to schedule a free no-obligation, comprehensive roofing inspection, and estimate.