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A roof that is nearly flat or slightly pitched is called a flat roof or low slope roof – No roof should be dead flat because it must have at least a slight slope to drain. Low-slope & steep-slope terms describe roof slope, the slant of a roof. A low-slope roof is one that has a slope of less than 3-in-12.
Single-ply roofing systems are ideal for most low-slope roof applications and provide outstanding weathering performance while also providing a clean, white reflective surface to promote energy efficiency. Single-ply is our most popular low slope roofing system.
Modified Bitumen is an asphalt-based membrane material commonly installed by heat welding. It can also be installed by use of cold-applied adhesives or hot asphalt. This is an economic roofing system with a typical warranty of 10 years. Coatings may be applied to extend the service life of the material.
Roof coatings are applied by spraying or rolling a liquid acrylic or silicone material onto the surface of the existing roof assembly (such as: built-up roofs (BUR), metal, modified bitumen, single-ply membranes, and spray foam), which is designed to protect and extend the useful service life of the roof system.
Steep slope roofing usually refers to roofing materials suitable for roofs that have slopes of 3:12 or greater. This means for every 12 horizontal inches, the roof's rise is three vertical inches or greater.
Asphalt (or composition) shingles come in a wide variety of attractive colors and designs and are a tried and true solution for most commercial or residential, steep-slope applications. Many asphalt shingle products come with a lifetime manufacturer's warranty.
Tile roofing comes in a wide variety of colors, designs and materials. Roof tiles can be made of concrete, clay, natural stone or synthetic materials. Tile roofing is an attractive, long-lasting and economical roofing solution suitable to most steep-slope applications.
Metal roofing is an extremely durable roofing material typically made of aluminum or steel. It comes in either long vertical-seam panels (typical to commercial applications) or smaller inter-locking panels that are designed to resemble common residential roofing materials like asphalt shingles, cedar shakes, concrete tile, clay tile or slate.