A roof that is nearly flat or only slightly pitched is called a flat roof or low slope roof. Low slope roofs are a popular choice for commercial and residential buildings use.
While they may be known as flat-roofs, no roof should be completely flat as it must have at least a slight slope to allow for the drainage of water and other debris.
Common materials used for low-slopped roofs include Built-up roof (BUR) membranes (including SBS modified torch-on systems), Metal panel roof systems, Single-ply membranes (PVC, TPO, EPDM), and Polymer-modified bitumen sheet membranes, among others.
No matter what issues you are experiencing with your low-slope roof or flat roof, our highly professional team will help you find the best solution for your roofing needs.