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Materials You Can Trust For Years
Your roof should last you decades. When you repair or replace your flat or low slope roof, invest in materials you can trust.
Experienced Contractor and Crews
You deserve the best of the best. Trust that your contractor and crew will be highly trained when you hire RoofCrafters.
Flat and Low Slope Roofing for Your Home
A roof is a custom creation that should be built to last against weather elements regardless of the roofing material you choose. While you might have seen flat and low slope roofing systems on many commercial buildings, they can be just as good for residential properties as well.
Flat and low slope roofs not only offer more square footage but also create new functional spaces for power, insulation, or improved water supply for your home. Invest in your flat and low slope roof, today!
Choose RoofCrafters for Your Flat or Low Slope Roofing Project
When you choose RoofCrafters to complete your roofing project, you’ll be getting so much more than a new roof.
Devotion. You can trust that your roofing project will be met with a high level of devotion.
Haste. Your project will be completed hastefully to ensure that you can get back to your normal day to day activities as soon as possible.
Care. Your needs are incredibly important and deserve to be met with care.
Design. Once your project has been completed, you’ll relish in the design that was carefully crafted to your taste.
At RoofCrafters, you’re treated like family, which means keeping your best interests at heart. Your roofing project will be as stress-free as possible, providing you with all of the information that you need in order to make an informed decision about your roof inquiry.
You will never be kept in the dark regarding your roofing project. Knowledge is power, and once you know the necessary details that will be going into the roofing project uniquely tailored to you, you can take all the time you need to decide which options are best.
Schedule Your Roofing Inspection Today
Start by scheduling an inspection with one of our highly trained roofing estimators. They will complete a precise inspection on your roof, and tell you everything you need to know.
Choose The Best Fit Solution For You
After you’ve taken the time to consider the type and color of roof that best suits you, it’s time to choose your favorite! Your estimator will help evaluate your decision, and get your roofing project scheduled with our production team.
Enjoy Your Beautiful New Roof
As soon as your assigned crew begins installing your new roof, you can sit back and relax as the project unfolds in front of you. Soon, you’ll have the best looking home on the block.
Providing Residential Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina With Flat and Low Slope Roofing Services
“RoofCrafters was very transparent, and I didn’t feel like I was being sold something I didn’t need. Once all of the paperwork was done, the contractor would still keep in contact following up to ensure everything went smoothly. Great experience with RoofCrafters. Two thumbs up!”
Let the experts worry about your flat and low slope roofing project, so you can devote your energy to the things that really matter in life. When you schedule an inspection with RoofCrafters, you can rest assured knowing that your needs and expectations won’t only be met, but exceeded.
What You Need to Know About Flat or Low Slope Roofing
Below you’ll find the answers to RoofCrafters’ most frequently asked questions. If you still can’t find the answer you’re looking for, drop us a line on our contact page.
What is a flat or low slope roof?
A flat roof is almost flat or slightly pitched, unlike other traditional roofing structures that are usually sloped. Typically, any roof that has less than 10 degrees of a slope is considered flat. What’s great about this roofing system is that these roofing structures do an amazing job at keeping out the heat and they are pretty easy to build as well.
Also, the single ply and granulated surface flat roofs do not need additional coatings over the years to maintain your roof surface, unless there has been a major storm damage.
Why choose flat and low slope roof systems?
Some of the most amazing benefits of flat or low slope roofs are:
They are inexpensive as compared to other roofing options.
Both installation and upkeep is incredibly affordable.
They are pretty convenient to install.
They offer additional space that can be used for various purposes, such as for HVAC units, solar panels, roof gardening, water supply, etc.
What are the types of flat and low slope roofing?
Single-Ply Roofing Membrane – When it comes to flat roofing materials, single-ply roofing membranes are one of the most popular options as they are lightweight, cost-effective, and allow fast-track construction. The three most common types of single-ply low-slope roof membranes are EPDM, PVC, and TPO.
Modified Bitumen Roofing – Another common material for residential low-slope systems is modified bitumen that combines hot asphalt (bitumen) with plastic and rubber additives. This material is then layered between sheets of fiberglass or polyester. The total lifespan of this flat roof material depends largely on the number of layers installed.
Built-up Roofing (Tar & Gravel) – Built-up roofs or BURs, also commonly known as a tar and gravel roof, is a popular option that is made up of alternating layers of roofing felt or fiberglass and asphalt that is applied with heat. These layers combine seamlessly to build a durable and sturdy roofing system.
Will every roofing contractor work on a flat and low slope roof?
Flat and low slope roofing systems require extra care and attention to provide a high-quality, durable and stylish roof that can stand the test of time and varying weather conditions. With extensive experience in the roofing industry, RoofCrafters has become the best flat and low slope roofing contractor in Georgia, South Carolina, and Florida.
Are there any disadvantages to flat and low slope roofs?
There are a few flat or low slope roofing disadvantages. This includes:
Appearance. This is a matter of opinion, but some think flat roofs are less stylish.
Stability. Flat roofs have a tendency to be less stable, especially large flat roofs.
Drainage. Flat roofs do not drain as well as sloped roofs.
Roofing Made Simple
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